Redmi 8 vs Redmi 8A Cheap Smartphone Large Battery
Recently Xiaomi Indonesia launched two smartphones at a low price but has a large battery capacity, namely Redmi 8 vs Redmi 8A which are equally tempting.
These two twin smartphones were officially launched by Xiaomi Indonesia on Wednesday (3/12/2019) in a launch event.
Smartphone released by Xiaomi has a pretty cheap price but with similar specifications. Both the outside and the inside are almost the same.
Xiaomi Indonesia carries a tagline on the newly released product “Hape Kece Batre Gede” aimed at the two smartphones.
Although similar in terms of performance, why are the prices of the two cellphones different? because there really is something that makes it more expensive and cheaper in order to compete in market share.
Price of Redmi 8 and Redmi 8A
Redmi 8A price of 3GB + 32GB IDR 1,749,000 (initial price of IDR 1,699,000). While the 4 GB RAM variant + 64 GB is Rp 1,849,000 (Initial price of Rp 1,399,000 slides).
While the Redmi 8A version 2GB + 32GB Rp. 1,499,000. Diliat from the price difference is indeed both quite significant.
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If you are interested in buying these two smartphones, which one do you think better choose between Redmi 8 vs Redmi 8A?
Here’s a comparison of Redmi 8 vs Redmi 8A as a smartphone with a cheap price of a large battery.
1. Performance and Memory
Both of these smartphones have Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 chipsets. These chipsets are usually used by entry-level smartphones.
What is quite different lies in the 3 GB RAM and 4 GB in Redmi 8, making RAM bigger than Redmi 8A which is only 2 GB.
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In terms of 32 GB of internal memory is still enough to store applications. Moreover, slow microSD memory can be added to both of these smartphones.
2. Screen and Body
Both of these smartphones use the same size body, including the material used. On the side of the screen is 6.2 inches with bangs.
The screen of Redmi 8 vs Redmi 8A has a resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels aka HD +. Coupled with bangs at the top for a selfie camera.
This smartphone has got Corning Gorilla Glas 5 protection on its screen.
The second advantage of the Xiaomi smartphone is in the 5,000 mAh battery that is claimed to be able to use a day.
Both of these smartphones are interestingly supported by 18 watt fast charging via USB type C. Although in the purchase box the charger head is sold separately.
In the camera sector, the distinguishing part is the Redmi 8 which is equipped with dual cameras on the back, 12 MP f / 1.8 + 2 MP sensor.
Whereas the Redmi 8A only uses a single 8 MP camera. For selfies, both smartphones have 8 MP f / 2.0.
This camera can record video with 1080p 20 fps quality both on the back camera and front camera.