Xiaomi Redmi Pro surely will get the attention of buyers who are looking for a low priced smartphones, with some beautiful specs to consider, It packs a 5.5-inch 1080p AMOLED, a dual-camera system for refocusing and creating bokeh effects, is powered by a massive 4,050 mAh battery and a storage of 32 GB of storage. You can’t afford to let this device pass you by because it comes for a cheap price.
Announced in Available August 2016
Xiaomi Redmi Pro is not super slim it is an 8.2mm thick because it packs a massive 4,050mAh battery, but it’s made from aluminum and the screen has thin bezels. There’s almost no branding at all, aside from the Mi logo on the rear, and it has its fingerprint sensor is mounted inside the home button.
The speaker grills on the base sit on either side of a USB Type-C connector, and there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack on the opposite end, with an infrared blaster for a company. it has a brushed silver color, and also a gold which makes them superb and its metal body make it cool to touch and look.
The Redmi Pro runs ran Android 6.0 Marshmallow with MIUI 7.3 and can be updated to a brand-new MIUI 8.0.3 which is available. It rocks a screen size of 5.5-inches and has a 1,920 x 1,080-pixel resolution. And MediaTek Helio X20 with 3GB of RAM and the fingerprint sensor in its home button, but it’s an actual button, and you have to press it for the sensor to activate. it will receive 2G and 3G signals on AT&T and T-Mobile but isn’t compatible with the 4G network.
The Redmi Pro features a Dual Camera which combines a 13MP Sony IMX 258 sensor with a 5Mp Samsung sensor something surprisingly, Altering the focus in specific parts of the image. A dual-tone flash sits in between the two cameras, while at the front there’s a separate 5Mp camera for selfies lovers.
Performance is excellent, and streaming video looks great but not what I expected, the Redmi Pro lacks 4G connectivity, making browsing and surfing the net quite impossible as it is supposed to be.