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Redmi Note 8T, well, beautiful and cheap but no longer exciting

The idea of ??market Redmi, brand born of Xiaomi, is to sell affordable models in price with good specifications. After launching the Redmi Note 8 in some countries, it now comes to our hands to make the review he Redmi Note 8T, a model that incorporates NFC as the only differentiation with respect to the version without the T at the end of its name.

We find it a very interesting phone and we are eager to know if at the end of our tests we think the same and leave us the great taste that left us at the time the Redmi Note 7, terminal that we loved at the time getting almost excited .

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Redmi Note 8T, technical sheet

If you look at the Redmi Note 8T specifications, we realize that it is a terminal with enough arguments to dazzle users who buy phones in this range.

  1. Screen: 6.3 inch LCD, FullHD + resolution, 409 dpi and aspect ratio 19.5: 9.
  2. Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 665.
  3. GPU: Adreno 610.
  4. RAM: 3 GB and 4 GB.
  5. Internal storage: 32, 64 and 128 GB expandable through microSD cards.
  6. Rear camera: 48 MP f / 1.79 + 8 MP (wide angle and f / 2.2) + 2 MP (macro and f / 2.4) + 2 MP (depth sensor and f / 2.4).
  7. Front camera: 13 MP f / 2.0.
  8. Connectivity: WiFi, Dual 4G, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC.
  9. Ports and sensors: fingerprint sensor, facial sensor, USB Type C, 3.5 mm jack and infrared port.
  10. Battery: 4,000 mAh with fast charging 18W.
  11. OS: Android 9 + MIUI.
  12. Price: 185 euros approximately.

Purchase: Redmi Note 8T (Amazon)

Purchase: Redmi Note 8T (PcComponents)

Elegant design

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The Redmi Note 8T est made of glass and as is often the case in this type of material, it is quite appealing that our footprints appear marked.

Despite having almost 200 grams of weight It is not a terminal that is uncomfortable to carry in the hand, with a rounded design that gives it an elegant and consistent appearance.

Looking at the front, we see the drop type notch at the top of the screen and a fairly large bottom frame where the Redmi screenprint even fits.

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This causes us to have a somewhat more bulky terminal than your screen tells us, there are people who will find it difficult to handle it with one hand.

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On the back we have the Redmi logo on the bottom, with the fingerprint reader and the four camera sensors located above.

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This rear camera is quite protruding from the body of the smartphone, which greatly increases the chances of suffering from another scratch.

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Below we see the USB Type-C port, the multimedia speaker, the microphone and the 3.5 mm headphone jack.