Review Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro – Camera, Audio and Multimedia

Review Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro – Camera, Audio and Multimedia

The only (if we can call it this) negative point on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro. In fact, the camera is not the best and can not return a device definition of the same price range (see Asus Zenfone 2 ZE551ML). With a 16Mpx sensor, it can take high-resolution (4608 × 3456 pixels) photos and shoot movies in Full HD (1920 × 1080) @ 30fps. During daylight and in a lot of light, the camera behaves as a good one, but as soon as we start shooting in low light conditions, we notice that the colors become clumsy and exponentially increase the noise. On the flash side, however, we have a double flash LED (one white, one amber color) that gives us a strong warm light to use to take our photos. We also have a lot of fun effects to modify our photos. We attach some photos to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro. Video Player and Music Player are well-structured, as well as the Gallery. The audio compartment, with the rear speaker, gives us a loose and crystal sound with a fair amount of bass and a really high volume. Good amplification with the use of headphones, headphones etc …

Review Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro – Hardware, Performance, Benchmark

This Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro mounts a Snapdragon 650 teknorus, 3GB of RAM (or 2, depending on the variant jack. There are currently two 2GB of RAM 16 internal memory or 3GB of RAM 32 internal memory) and one GPU Adreno 510, which allows you to play all games in a fluid and excellent way. However, there is the ability to expand memory by using a microSD of up to 128GB capacity. We also tested the device making a benchmark on AnTuTu 3D Bench, and the phone returned a score of well 76500 points (equal to Galaxy S6, to say)!

Review Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro – Battery

Let’s talk about the battery now. Nowadays, smartphones point to brute power by neglecting the battery life, but the Note 3 Pro proved to be a power in this field thanks to its 4000mAh Li-Polymer Battery (LiPo) Unfortunately not removable due to the unibody metal body). With medium intensive use (games, calls, messages, multimedia, Facebook, some photos, always connected to WiFi etc ..), we managed to make 7 hours and a half of the screen, which are not quite a few! With a lightweight use (mail, calls, messages, Facebook and some photos) you can reach the 9 hour screen. Just bad!


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