Xiaomi redmi 6 xataka

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As it lacks a fingerprint reader (something that is quite striking at this point), on the back of the Redmi 6A we only find two elements: the camera, which protrudes slightly in the upper left corner, and the speaker in the lower area.

On the right side, we find the power/lock and volume buttons, while on the left, we have the trays for the cards: a double one for a nanoSIM and a microSD, and a single one for another nanoSIM (effectively, it offers dual SIM function). The lower frame is reserved for the microphone and the microUSB connector (yes, it lacks USB-C), and the upper one is where the headphone jack is located next to the noise-canceling microphone.

The front is occupied almost entirely by the 5.45-inch display. Here, we observe fairly tight bezels on the sides, although not so much on the top and bottom. In fact, as we see in the following table, it cannot be said that the Redmi 6A stands out precisely for the use of the front.

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For all intents and purposes, the Xiaomi Redmi 10 Prime is the same smartphone as the Xiaomi Redmi 10. The difference lies in the battery, which instead of being 5,000 mAh is 6,000 mAh. That, on paper, should result in greater autonomy. Fast charging, however, remains the same: 18W, so it is also expected to take longer to charge.

Evidently, having a larger battery has fattened the terminal a little bit. If the Redmi 10 is 8.92 mm thick and weighs 181 grams, the Prime model is 9.56 mm thick and weighs 192 grams, a relatively substantial change.

Otherwise, it is exactly the same mobile. It has a 6.5-inch IPS display with 90 Hz adaptive refresh rate (it will adapt to the content we play), a MediaTek Helio G88 processor and up to six gigs of LPDDR4x RAM. For storage, up to 128 GB which, if it is like that of the Redmi 10, will be eMMC.

The photographic section does not change either, so we continue to find a 50-megapixel main sensor, an eight-megapixel wide-angle with a field of view of 119 degrees, a macro and a depth sensor, both two megapixels. Selfies the same, eight megapixels.

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As we mentioned before, the Xiaomi Redmi 6 bets on a screen with an aspect ratio of 18:9. That means leaving behind the squarer screens to enter the new trend, and also that to achieve this the frames have been reduced. Almost 73% of front utilization for a 5.45-inch panel without ‘notch’ but with a resolution too fair when we handle it on a daily basis. Understanding the league in which it will play, the HD+ seems too short. Something that is not appreciated in the interface but in some multimedia content.

The colors are represented quite correctly, with a slightly warm and saturated tone from the start, which we can customize with the aforementioned tool but that gives a good feeling to the eye. Also noteworthy is the automatic brightness management, somewhat faster than average although we miss a little extra brightness outdoors, where the screen can be used but with some difficulties. We are talking about a phone of less than 200 euros, so we can forget about using it in full sun.

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This model is particularly interesting for its price and performance, but in fact it competes disturbingly not already with devices in the €200 range, but with its own big brother, that Xiaomi Mi 8 SE that also debuted recently and also offers an outstanding price/performance ratio. Now it’s time to find the differences, of course.

Those differences on the front dissipate on the back, where the dual cameras and the fingerprint sensor occupy practically the same position and have the same vertical orientation in the case of the sensors.

Where there is an appreciable difference is in the thickness, which is 8.75 mm in the case of the Redmi 6 Pro, and 7.5 mm in the case of the Mi 8 SE, slimmer and also somewhat lighter (164 grams compared to 178 for the Redmi 6 Pro), although that has another fundamental consequence in an interesting area for many users: the battery.

That disadvantage joins another equally important one: that of the rear and front cameras. In the Redmi 6 Pro we have a 12+5 Mpixel binomial with f/2.2 aperture, but the Mi 8 SE takes a leap in quality with its 12 MP f/1.9 sensor and the 5 MP f/2.0.