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Xiaomi Redmi K50i Review: Full Spec, Features And Price

Xiaomi Redmi K50i

“Xiaomi Redmi K5Oi, a smartphone where ‘i’ stands for impressive improve and attainment.”

The recently launched Xiaomi Redmi K50i is a titanically popular smartphone in India and beyond. Another successor from the K series, this model is betrothed to top-notch specifications and camera quality. The predecessor of this smartphone, the Redmi K20 Pro, debuted in the market in 2019. Xiaomi Redmi K50i is known to overcome all the flaws and technical glitches that affected the performance of its prototype. The smartphone is inexpensive and comprises a powerful processor. This quality proves that the newly launched Xiaomi Redmi K50i is worth its price.  

Falling under the same price tags, there are different smartphone models to provide optimal performance, but the main attraction here is the right balance between the phone’s specifications and pricing. 

Xiaomi Redmi K50i is a great smartphone for gaming, which has an octa-core Dimensity 8100 CPU and a 6.6-inch 144Hz FFS LCD with a 270 Hz touch sampling rate. The overall performance of this smartphone outstands outside of gaming because of its quick and dependable performance. The Redmi K50i has a sizable 5080 mAh battery as well, and the 67W charger that comes with the phone allows for fairly speedy charging. The Redmi K50i doesn’t have to compete with expensive rivals to do everything precisely. Instead, it adheres to the fundamental “Redmi” tenet of providing a solid set of specs at an affordable price for the general public.

It is well known that Xiaomi rebrands a large number of its devices with various marketing names for various areas. Similar to the Redmi Note 11T Pro, the Redmi K50i uses identical hardware but has a different branding. Since Xiaomi didn’t alter the design in any way, it is identical to the Chinese version. The same phone is being sold abroad under the Poco X4 GT label, so it is travelling the world under several names. Although it’s not a deal-breaker, the smartphone is still a popular model among its buyers. The Redmi K50i’s starting price in India for the 6GB RAM and 128GB storage option is Rs 21,990 and Rs 28,999 for the 8GB+256GB model. The phone is available in the Indian market from July 23rd. 

The Redmi K50i introduces a very recognizable appearance to the market because the Redmi series has developed its own design language. The phone is box-shaped and composed completely of plastic. The back surface has the appearance of frosted glass and deflects fingerprints and smudges. Even though the back is almost entirely flat, the camera island and lenses protrude quite a little. When put on a flat surface, the gadget wobbles as a result. The primary camera’s dynamic range and level of detail are both respectable. The colours tend to become more saturated, which may not be appealing to users. Selfies and video calls turn out well with the front camera. 

A number of value-added features that open up new avenues for exploration and enjoyment enhance the imaging experience. Vlogs, for instance, aid in producing short films with several frames and background music that are suitable for social networking. Similar features include clone, focus peaking, extended exposure, and others, each of which offers a novel experience.

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Overall, the Redmi K50i has a fairly decent appearance. Its understated design isn’t garnering any praise, especially when contrasted with the dazzling design with a gradient finish of the K20 series. Additionally, the Redmi K50i is not as light or thin as anticipated. Being 200g and 8.87mm thick, it is a large phone to carry about. With its IP53 rating, it should be fairly resistant to dust and light water sprays.

System-on-a-Chip Processor 

Has a MediaTek (Cortex A55) processor accompanied by Arm Mali-G610 MC6 GPU

Display and Design 

144Hz 16.76cm(6.6) Liquid FFS Display with 163.64*74.29*8.87mm design and 200g weight. 

Rear Camera

64MP main camera, 8MP ultra-wide camera and 2MP macro camera

Front Camera

16MP front camera with night mode, time lapse and AI beautify feature 

Battery & Charging

5080mAh (Typ) battery and 67W turbo charging

Summary: 

Xiaomi Redmi K50i 5G stands good on many fronts but is still short the excellence that could be enhanced with other upcoming models.

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