Xiaomi the Chinese electronics corporation has decided to bring for its smartphone Redmi 5, a brand new software upgrade. This peaks your phone to the new MIUI 10.3.1, which uses android 9 pie specifications. Currently, this update is restricted to the home country China but is rumored excessively to be dished out internationally. The changelog is detailed and a variety of added features are introduced for the smartphone.
Some local reports have concluded that the update will facilitate the users with unlocking the apps or device via facial verification. The photo album app will enable the Redmi users to add a watermark on their pictures as they edit, attractive design watermarks have been added. The Xiao-AI has been updated with a voice waking feature, the game quickening has a floating pop up window utility, and there have been progressive improvements in the settings, clock, weather, and calculator. In India, the update is going to arrive soon as the company is aware of its market expansion in the country.
Redmi has made improvements in the past versions of its phone, and these have been reflected in their growth as this year the smartphone has reached a pinnacle image in the public’s brain, Xiaomi is keen to maintain this image, and plans to create an even more exciting range of smartphones that the users can get their hands on.
Key specifications of Redmi note 5
This phone boasts 5.9 inches of a clear display featuring full HD technology, it uses an aspect ratio of 18:9, it also comes with a sturdy glass from corning gorilla that offers a great shield from physical damage to screen. The Redmi note 5 features a Snapdragon 625 processor from Qualcomm as the powering base, it is equipped with a competitive 3GB RAM which comes with 32 GB space for storage purposes. It also has another variant that has 64 GB space for storage and has 4 GB of RAM. The storage can be expanded to a massive 128GB via micro SD chip, it has a comfortable battery life of 4000maH, for selfie fans it has 5 Megapixel lens camera at the front end, and it features a 12 Megapixel camera at the back end
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