Xiaomi Redmi 5 Review: Battery Performance
Xiaomi decided to ship the Redmi 5 with a 3300mAh battery, which is somewhat a downgrade in battery size compare to what we saw on the preceding Redmi 4, which boost a larger 4100mAh battery. This might be a turn-off for some, but trust me, even if you are going to have an issue with the Redmi 5, the battery wont be the issue.
I easily get through 48 hours of moderate use, yet with some juice to spare. But days I decides to get heavy on the phone, the maximum I do get, is a full day use, which is still impressive. But what happens when you run out of juice? Well, you get a 5V-2A charger which is able to push the 3300mAh battery to 100% real fast.
Xiaomi Redmi Review: Final Verdicts
Apple will throttle the performance of your old iPhone, in order to encourage you to buy newer Apple iPhone. But that is not same with Xiaomi. In spite of how good the Redmi 4 was, Xiaomi was still able to add so much improvement and value to the Redmi 5 that will make owners of Redmi 4 wants to upgrade without throttling the performance of their phones. Talking about improvements, I am talking about:
Xiaomi Redmi 5 Pros
- Great Built Quality
- Capable and fast Hardware and Software
- Faster Fingerprint scanner
- Superb sound output
- Impressive battery life
Xiaomi Redmi 5 Cons
- Weak screen color saturation
- Extra protruded rear camera
So in my opinion, if your smartphone budget falls around $120, and you are looking for a more frugal processor and fast OS to power your daily smartphone needs, you can confidently trust the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 in the Redmi 5 to do that for you.
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