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Redmi 6 pro

     Redmi 6 pro

Xiaomi recently brought in its Redmi 6-series in India which currently includes three phones – Redmi 6, Redmi 6A, and Redmi 6 Pro – and cover a wide price span ranging from Rs. 5,999 to Rs. 12,999 INR.

Specs don’t equal experience’ is a very common adage used in tech circles, but when we are talking of ultra-affordable, entry-grade phones like Redmi 6 and 6A, competitive specs for the aggressive price do tell a near-complete story.
However, with higher priced phones, like Redmi 6 Pro, flaws aren’t as forgivable and the overall appeal can be a deal maker or breaker. To know more, read on our Redmi 6 Pro review where we objectively analyze and evaluate the phone based on our first-hand experience.

Technical Details
Item Weight177 g
Product Dimensions14.9 x 0.9 x 7.2 cm
Batteries:1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
Item model numberRedmi 6 Pro
Wireless communication technologiesBluetooth;WiFi Hotspot
Connectivity technologiesGPS;AGPS;GLONASS;BeiDou;USB 2.0 OTG;IR blaster;WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n
Special featuresDual SIM;GPS;Music Player;Video Player;FM Radio;Gyroscope;Infrared;Proximity sensor;Accelerometer;Ambient light sensor;eCompass;E-mail
Other camera features5MP
Form factorTouchscreen Phone
Weight177 Grams
Battery Power Rating4000
Whats in the boxHandset, Adapter, USB Cable, Warranty Card, User Guide, SIM Insertion Tool and Back Cover

   Additional Information

Customer Reviews4.1 out of 5 stars   16,652 customer reviews
Best Sellers Rank#21 in Electronics (See top 100)
Date First Available9 October 2018

Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro/ Mi A2 Lite Review: Design and Build

The Redmi 6 Pro is a compact phone with ergonomic curves to facilitate easy handling, and it has a decent heft to it. But that’s the precious little there is to cherish about the design.The phone has a standard plastic body with a hideous triple-layer back panel (seriously, we were convinced Redmi Y2 had put an end to this hackneyed back philosophy for good). There is a deep notch on the forehead that for an instant reminded me of Pixel 3 XL leaks and the phone still retains substantial bezels at the top, bottom, and on the sides – completely defeating the purpose of a notch.
At the bottom, you will find a regular micro USB port flanked by speaker grill holes on either side (one of these houses the mono speaker). The fingerprint reader on the rear is fast and accessible. Hardware buttons are made of plastic and don’t seem very durable. Other than that, the phone feels solid in hands. Oh, and yes, Xiaomi also bundles a protective case in the box.

Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro/ Mi A2 Lite Review: Display

  The Redmi 6 Pro has a 5.84-inch (19:9) display with Full HD+ resolution. The screen is noticeably sharper than what you’d get on Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A and that’s only fair considering the price bump and what competition offers in the same budget.         Quality-wise, the screen is similar to what we usually see on affordable Xiaomi phones. The white point leans towards colder tones but MIUI has provision to tweak white balance and hue, to an extent.
From the consumer perspective, Xiaomi should win some brownie points for including a fancy notch. But if you feel otherwise, you can turn it off. Hiding the notch, however, won’t give you any extra space for your status bar icons.The display has a 2.5D glass layered on top but the spec sheet doesn’t mention Gorilla Glass. Xiaomi is most probably using some ion-strengthened glass, though.


Redmi 6 pro 
 ➤ Pay on Delivery (Cash/Card) 
 ➤ EMI starts at ₹565. No Cost EMI available

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