Ivan 24 June 2023
Xiaomi Android Redmi Featured In for review
Say hi to the Redmi 12, Xiaomi’s very freshly-announced entry-level phone with good specs for a good price.
Let’s unbox it, then we’ll go over both. Similar to the entry-level Galaxy phones, the Redmi 12 ships with a USB cable, but manages to squeeze in a case as well. There’s no charger, though, so you’ll need to supply your own – the phone supports 18W charging.
Back to the specs. The Redmi 12 has an ample 6.79-inch IPS LCD of 1080x2460px resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. The panel is vibrant and ramps up surprisingly bright.
The SoC is a 12nm MediaTek Helio G88 paired with 8GB of RAM. There’s also 256GB of storage. The battery is plentiful at 5,000mAh.
Finally, there are three cameras on the back – a 50MP wide, an 8MP ultrawide, and a 2MP depth sensor. There’s an 8MP selfie on the other end.
You get a choice of Midnight Black, our review unit in Sky Blue, or Polar Silver. As for the price, the Redmi 12 is THB 5,299 ($153) for the 8/128GB model in Thailand and will cost €199 in Europe. Overall not a bad start. But let’s see if our review deems the Redmi 12 a good deal.
Even realme did it with their Narzo 50A Prime
No charger in box look surprising deal with FHD bigsrceen, big RAM and ROM also and functionaly ultrawide camera.sound better than other with similar pricei about $150. But snapdragon 680 inside will be overkill, i think
when pixel 6a is 100 times more profitable
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