Talking about the first phone launch of the year is always thrilling, especially if it’s a Redmi model. This is because the company establishes new pricing standards and competes with flagship phones based on improved features.
Here’s the first impression of the Redmi Note 12 Pro+ 5 G. Redmi Note 12 Pro 5G will alter how we view mid-range technology and what we expect. There are a lot of positive improvements to look forward to.
The Note 11 Pro+’s dazzling back has been replaced by a simple design. Many would have thought the phone was a flagship model had it been released two years earlier. Tempered glass makes up the rear screen; however, after being used for several days, no fingerprints have been left on it. With a 208g weight and an 8.9mm thickness, the device can fit a 3.5mm headphone jack.
With the IP53 rating, superb haptic feedback, IR Blaster, and all the other features, this device is overall a great catch. The device supports both cable and wireless high-res audio. There are both incredibly loud and clear stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos. It’s great that the cheapest model offers users 256GB of storage. To be honest, 128GB is no longer sufficient; thus, Redmi made the right choice.
The display is one of the defining characteristics. The 6.67-inch AMOLED panel supports a 10-bit color resolution. How does that impact users? More than one billion colors can be used on display. Additionally, the adaptive 120Hz refresh rate, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision are available. The phone is also certified with WideVine L1 DRM.
The camera system is the second substantial update. A 200MP camera with OIS is provided and the Samsung HPX sensor with an f/1.65 aperture is what you get. A 2MP macro camera and an 8MP ultra-wide angle lens are also included. By default, the primary camera uses 16:1 pixel binning to capture 12.5MP images.
A 200MP mode is also available, which captures a tonne of details and the photos have a natural appearance and high dynamic range. The lack of 4K on last-generation phones has been solved with these devices. You can capture reasonably excellent videos by combining this with OIS.
The 8MP ultra-wide camera provides good color reproduction when switching from the primary camera. There is a 16MP sensor on the selfie camera. The front camera provides normal 1080p videos at 60 frames per second.
The device is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1080 chipset, which can accommodate a 200MP sensor. The entry-level model has 256GB of UFS 2.2 storage and 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM. The 4,980mAh battery functions nicely and provides a day’s worth of screen time. Support for 120W HyperCharge is a new update.
You will have a full charge in about 20 minutes depending on whether you use the phone. 10 5G bands, carrier aggregation, and Wi-Fi 6 are also supported with Redmi Note 12 Pro.
One may wonder what the modern definition of a mid-range phone is after using the device for more than a week. The Redmi Note 12 Pro+ 5G has a lot going for it, including its feature set, brand recognition, and low price. It is undoubtedly one of the best mid-range phones available in the market.
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