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At Rs 16,999 for the 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage varia, the Redmi Note
5 Pro seems a little overpriced. On the other hand, the Redmi Note 5 is priced
competitively at Rs 9,999 for the base model
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi seems in no mood to slow down. Its latest
phones, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 and Note 5 Pro, seem similar on the first look but are
very different devices. While the Note 5 adds ultra-wide screen along with enhanced camera
on the back when compared with the Note 4, the Note 5 Pro is a new package with
The Note 5 and Note 5 Pro, launched on February 14, would go on sale today, exclusively on
home-grown e-commerce platform Flipkart and Xiaomi’s Mi Store. As for the price and
variants, the Redmi Note 5 comes in two storage and RAM combinations – 32GB/3GB and
64GB/4GB – priced at Rs 9,999 and Rs 11,999, respectively. The Redmi Note 5 Pro comes
with 64GB internal storage but in two RAM variants – 4GB and 6GB – priced at Rs 13,999
and Rs 16,999, respectively.
Here is a quick comparison review of Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 Pro:
On the front, the Note 5 and the Pro look similar: Both feature 18:9 screens. On the back,
the Note 5 looks similar to the Note 4, but better. The Pro, on the other hand, looks like an
iPhone X clone, without the all-glass build. But the vertical dual-camera set-up is a dead
The phones feel heavy but their tall stance make them easy to hold; but because of the ultra-
wide display, one-handed operation is difficult.
Both phones sport 5.99-inch fullHD+ screens with 18:9 aspect ratios, covered with reflective
Gorilla Glass, which hampers sunlight visibility. The screen, though an IPS unit, lacks both
the maximum brightness level and vividness. But, the rounded corners of the screen look
better than pointed edges, and the curved sides of the glass are easy to operate. There is no
shift in colours when looked from angles and the slim side bezels leave enough space to hold
the device without accidentally touching the screen area – something common in next-
generation bezel-less smartphones.
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The Note 5 features a 12-megapixel (MP) primary camera and a 5MP selfie shooter; the
Pro’s dual-camera set-up uses a 12MP sensor sourced from Sony in combination with a 5MP
sensor sourced from Samsung.
The primary camera in the Note 5 is an improved unit over its predecessor. The 5MP front
camera is on par with the predecessor in terms of performance.
But, the addition of LED flash on the front helps in low-light photography.
The dual cameras in the Pro take detailed shots. Unlike the Mi A1, another of Xiaomi’s
budget dual-camera devices, the secondary camera in the Pro is not telephoto lens.
Therefore, the 2x zooming capabilities are missing. On the positive side, the portrait mode is
still there, powered by some sort of artificial intelligence.
The Note 5 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, similar to the predecessor,
while the Pro features the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor. Both devices run
Xiaomi’s Android Nougat-based MIUI 9 operating system, which offers a lot of scope for
The phones perform consistently with no signs of lag or stutter anywhere. The UI looks neat
and the phones handle power-intensive apps without breaking sweat. They also keep the
thermals in control while using power-intensive tasks for extended hours. Multitasking is
enabled by default in MIUI 9 and it works well on the 5.99-inch screen. Call quality is
satisfactory and network reception top-notch.
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Redmi Note 4
Both phones sport 4,000 mAh batteries, which last almost a day on full charge but
streaming apps could drain batteries faster.
At Rs 16,999 for the 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage, the Redmi Note 5 Pro seems a
little overpriced. On the other hand, the Redmi Note 5 is priced competitively at Rs 9,999
for the base model. Yet, the latter misses out on features that competitors are offering in this