Redmi Note 8 Price in Bangladesh

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Price in Bangladesh brings a new version of its bestselling smartphone. However, the Note 8 2021 turns out to be a very modest model update with some technical adjustments that are at times questionable not only on its datasheet.

The Redmi Note is a well-established series in Bangladesh and each new phone follows the same book. A large screen, a snappy chipset, a good camera, and a 4,000 mAh battery. All these should be wrapped in a striking body, run by the latest MIUI, and everything ends with an affordable price tag. Well, the Redmi Note 8 follows the recipe and has just the right ingredients so that makes it yet another excellent addition to the series.

Redmi Note 8 Price in Bangladesh and Availability

This device is no longer widely available in Bangladesh. The Redmi Note 8 is now unavailable to buy from most retailers. If you are looking for an alternative device, check out our list of the best Android phone price in Bangladesh you can buy and the best Xiaomi phones.

Redmi Note 8Price
Redmi Note 8 4+128 GB৳20,999
Redmi Note 8 4+64 GB৳18,999
Redmi Note 8 3+32 GB৳17,499
Redmi Note 8 Price in Bangladesh
Pros
  • High-quality construction
  • All-day battery life
  • Great cameras for the price
Cons
  • Lack of performance optimization
  • Camera module stands out too much
  • Last-gen design is getting long in the tooth

Redmi Note 8 Review From Bangladesh

The Redmi Note 8 is a reliable performer that, unfortunately, does too little to step out of its comfort zone. Sure, the cameras got an upgrade, but the competition has stepped up its game as well. The Note 8 is still an easy phone to recommend, but it is no longer the only great option in the hot budget mid-range segment.

Tecktune & Redmi Note 8 Review

We wrote this Redmi Note 8 review after spending a week with the phone as our primary device. Xiaomi Bangladesh supplied the device, which was running Android 9 Pie with MIUI 10.3 on board.

Redmi Note 8 Design

The Redmi Note 8 is not a more affordable version of the slick Redmi Note 10 Pro.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 review
Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Design

The design of the Redmi Note 8 leans more towards the Redmi Note 7S than the Redmi Note 8 Pro. While the latter incorporates a curvy design and a luxurious build that belies its price, the Redmi Note 8 is very much a mid-range smartphone as far as looks go. The entire design is an extension of the flattened-out, glass-and-metal sandwich that first debuted on the Redmi Note 7. Yes, Xiaomi’s budget portfolio can get quite complicated.

Nothing much has changed in the design compared to the predecessor – or nothing at all, to be exact. The Chinese manufacturer even keeps the same colors in its 2021 model, so that we could theoretically just copy the section on the case from the review of the previous Note 8.

The case is made of glass connected with a plastic frame and impresses with a good quality of workmanship. Even though representatives of the upper mid-range such as the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G offer an even higher-quality feel, the haptic deficits are absolutely bearable in the price range of Note 8 2021, particularly when you look at the Galaxy A12, which actually feels cheap in the direct comparison.

Redmi Note 8 Display

  • 6.3-inch IPS LCD display
  • 19.5:9 aspect ratio
  • Full HD+ resolution
  • Gorilla Glass 5

The display on the Redmi Note 8 isn’t bad, but in a sea of great panels it comes across as a bit underwhelming. Out of the box, the color tuning skews too far towards cooler tones. This has a profound effect on how images and videos look on the display. That said, it is easy to switch to a more neutral color profile that immediately makes the content look a lot more natural.

We measured peak brightness levels of about 430 nits with the display set to the standard model. This is just under Xiaomi’s claimed 450 nits peak brightness level. The Redmi Note 8 is certainly not the brightest phone in the segment, but unless you spend a lot of time walking about in direct sunlight you shouldn’t face much of a problem.

Redmi Note 8 Battery Life

The Redmi Note 8 is a pleasant enough phone to use. The full-HD+ screen is crisp and bright, though not especially vibrant. It’s good for entertainment and most people won’t find anything to complain about, especially considering the price of this phone. The blue trim around the front of this phone wasn’t as distracting as we’d feared, and just like screen notches, we got used to it in time.

The battery is enough to get you through a full workday, and we didn’t have to worry about running out of power even after playing games, streaming videos, and taking lots of photos over the course of a day. We were left with about 25 percent by the time we were ready to plug this phone in at night. Our HD video loop test ran for 13 hours and 10 minutes which is also pretty good. The 18W charger took the Redmi Note 8 from zero to 37 percent in half an hour, and 81 percent in one hour.

Redmi Note 8 Camera

One of the biggest selling points of the Redmi Note 8 is its rear quad-camera setup. The main one is a 48-megapixel f/1.79 camera which takes 16-megapixel shots by default and can record video at up to 4K 30fps or 1080p 60fps. Next, there’s an 8-megapixel f/2.2 wide-angle camera, a 2-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. If you think that sounds familiar, a lot of these specifications are shared with Redmi Note 9.

FAQs About Redmi Note 8 Price in Bangladesh

What is the price of Redmi Note 8 in Bangladesh?

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Price in Bangladesh brings a new version of its bestselling smartphone. However, the Note 8 2021 turns out to be a very modest model update with some technical adjustments that are at times questionable not only on its datasheet.

Is the Redmi Note 8 camera any good?

I’m mixed on the Redmi Note 8 cameras. Additionally, there’s just too much grain in shadow regions, highlighting a need for some camera software optimization. Focusing too can be a bit hit or miss with more than one occasion where I was left tapping on the display trying to lock it in.

Verdict

While the Redmi Note Pro series is the mid-range leader for Xiaomi, the company has maintained a fantastic tier-two option for users who don’t want to spend as much but still want some of the niceties introduced by the new generation of hardware. Accompanying the Redmi Note 8 Pro, a phone that we rated very highly in our review, is the all-new Redmi Note 8. The phone comes in somewhere between the Redmi Note 7S that it replaces, and the higher-end Redmi Note 8 Pro.

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