Saturday , January 26 2019

Xiaomi Mi 8 (Lite) [ Xiaomi এম আই 8 লাইট ]

Price in Bangladesh: 24,999 TK.

 

 

 

 

Network 2G, 3G, 4G (LTE)
Battery Lithium-polymer 3350 mAh (non-removable)
– Fast Battery Charging (Quick Charge 3.0)
Body 156.4 x 75.8 x 7.5 millimeter, 169 grams (Glass front & back, aluminum frame)
Camera (Back) Dual 12+5 Megapixel
– f/1.9 & f/2.0, 1/2.55″ & 1/5″, 1.4 & 1.12µm, dual pixel PDAF, depth sensor, LED flash, HDR, panorama, portrait bokeh, face detection, AI scene detection
– Ultra HD (2160p) video rec. (EIS)
Camera (Front) 24 Megapixel
– 1/2.8″, 0.9µm, auto HDR, AI portraits and scene & detection
– Full-HD (1080p) video rec.
Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 (14nm)
Colors Midnight Black, Aurora Blue
Display 6.26 inches and Full HD+ 1080 x 2280 pixels (403 ppi)
Display Type 19:9 ratio Full-View IPS LCD Touchscreen
GPU Adreno 512
Memory Card MicroSD, up to 256 GB and (uses SIM 2 slot)
Operating System Android Oreo v8.1 (based on MIUI 10)
Processor Octa-core (4×2.2 and 4×1.8 GHz)
RAM 4/6 GB
ROM 64/128 GB
Release Date September 2018 (International release)
January 4, 2019 (in Bangladesh)
Sensors Fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
SIM Card Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
USB USB Type-C (3.5mm jack adapter included), USB On-The-Go (OTG)
Wireless LAN Yes, dual band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Other Features – Bluetooth, GPS, A-GPS, MP3, MP4, & Loudspeaker, and Multitouch

If you have built trust around Xiaomi and looking for a mid-range phone with stylish outlook, massive display and suitable performance, Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite is a smartphone worth checking out. One of the most attractive factors of Xiaomi phones is their pricing. This gadget is no different. The cost of the 4 GB RAM version brings this mid-range phone in the hands of some of the low-mid range consumers. The first thing you will notice about Mi 8 Lite is its gradient back side. Especially, the aurora blue version will shine and change colors from different angles. The front and back glass with aluminum frame gives this phone a solid build. Previously, Xiaomi Pocophone F1 was criticized for its plastic build. But the display here is huge (6.26 inches). So, users with smaller hands may have an issue with the grip especially because of the slippery glass back panel. But a silicon back cover is included in the box which will provide a slightly better grip. The screen quality is Full HD+ with 403 PPI. Mi 8 Lite is made for users that are fond of a large display with fine quality. But it is made with IPS LCD technology so, you won’t have that super premium experience of a Full HD+ AMOLED screen. Under sunlight, viewing is decent but not first-rated. The notch is smaller than the regular one and you can even turn the notch off if you don’t like it. There is also LED notification light on the front which is very useful and important for many. Performance wise, we couldn’t find anything to complain about. In fact, the performance is one of the best in this price range with 14nm Snapdragon 636 chipset. It is also known for power efficiency so, the 3350 mAh battery will also provide satisfactory backup and let you go through the day. Thank Xiaomi for the quick charge 3.0 as well for a much faster-charging possibility. Graphics is also fine and we didn’t see any lag. Camera is the big tagline of Xiaomi for this model along with its design. However, we weren’t as impressed with the cameras as with the design. There is a 12+5 MP dual camera in the back and a 24 MP camera on the front. Both can capture reasonable quality photos in bright daylight. But it struggles in the low light and there will be a lot of noise at night conditions. The HDR improved the brightness, but we often found over contrast. The AI scene recognition technology also limits the perception of the surrounding from our artistic point of view. If you have used mid-range phones from Nokia or Samsung, you will see that the environment looks more authentic and vivid. Nevertheless, the front camera portrait mode was adequate. It can record 4K videos, but again you won’t have the feeling of premium 4K recordings. There will be a fair amount of noise and the lightings and colors are not well-optimized. There is EIS feature though, which stabilizes the Full HD recordings very well but not that effective in 4K mode.

Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite comes with USB Type-C and there is no 3.5mm jack. But Type-C to 3.5mm adapter is included in the box, so it is a non-issue. The sound quality is lovely. There is a rear-mounted fast and consistent fingerprint technology. There is no face unlock though. The device is not waterproof as well. Overall, we expected it to be more impressive particularly when it comes to the camera. Still, it is a fine choice for the budget.

Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite ইউএসবি টাইপ-সি এর সাথে আসে এবং 3.5 মিমি জ্যাক থাকে না। কিন্তু টাইপ-সি থেকে 3.5 মিমি অ্যাডাপ্টারে বক্স অন্তর্ভুক্ত করা হয়েছে, তাই এটি একটি অ-ইস্যু। শব্দ মান সুন্দর। একটি পিছন মাউন্ট করা দ্রুত এবং সামঞ্জস্যপূর্ণ আঙ্গুলের ছাপ প্রযুক্তি আছে। যদিও কোন মুখ আনলক আছে। ডিভাইস ভাল জলরোধী হয় না। সামগ্রিকভাবে, এটি ক্যামেরাতে আসে বিশেষ করে এটি আরো বেশি চিত্তাকর্ষক হওয়ার প্রত্যাশিত। এখনও, এটি বাজেটের জন্য একটি ভাল পছন্দ।

 

 

Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite Rating & Review by Blog.BuyBestt.com

DESIGN - 84%
FEATURES - 78%
PERFORMANCE - 84%
PRICE - 77%

81%

Very Good

If you have built trust around Xiaomi and looking for a mid-range phone with stylish outlook, massive display and suitable performance, Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite is a smartphone worth checking out. One of the most attractive factors of Xiaomi phones is their pricing. This gadget is no different. The cost of the 4 GB RAM version brings this mid-range phone in the hands of some of the low-mid range consumers. The first thing you will notice about Mi 8 Lite is its gradient back side. Especially, the aurora blue version will shine and change colors from different angles. The front and back glass with aluminum frame gives this phone a solid build. Previously, Xiaomi Pocophone F1 was criticized for its plastic build. But the display here is huge (6.26 inches). So, users with smaller hands may have an issue with the grip especially because of the slippery glass back panel. But a silicon back cover is included in the box which will provide a slightly better grip. The screen quality is Full HD+ with 403 PPI. Mi 8 Lite is made for users that are fond of a large display with fine quality. But it is made with IPS LCD technology so, you won’t have that super premium experience of a Full HD+ AMOLED screen. Under sunlight, viewing is decent but not first-rated. The notch is smaller than the regular one and you can even turn the notch off if you don’t like it. There is also LED notification light on the front which is very useful and important for many. Performance wise, we couldn’t find anything to complain about. In fact, the performance is one of the best in this price range with 14nm Snapdragon 636 chipset. It is also known for power efficiency so, the 3350 mAh battery will also provide satisfactory backup and let you go through the day. Thank Xiaomi for the quick charge 3.0 as well for a much faster-charging possibility. Graphics is also fine and we didn’t see any lag. Camera is the big tagline of Xiaomi for this model along with its design. However, we weren’t as impressed with the cameras as with the design. There is a 12+5 MP dual camera in the back and a 24 MP camera on the front. Both can capture reasonable quality photos in bright daylight. But it struggles in the low light and there will be a lot of noise at night conditions. The HDR improved the brightness, but we often found over contrast. The AI scene recognition technology also limits the perception of the surrounding from our artistic point of view. If you have used mid-range phones from Nokia or Samsung, you will see that the environment looks more authentic and vivid. Nevertheless, the front camera portrait mode was adequate. It can record 4K videos, but again you won’t have the feeling of premium 4K recordings. There will be a fair amount of noise and the lightings and colors are not well-optimized. There is EIS feature though, which stabilizes the Full HD recordings very well but not that effective in 4K mode. Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite comes with USB Type-C and there is no 3.5mm jack. But Type-C to 3.5mm adapter is included in the box, so it is a non-issue. The sound quality is lovely. There is a rear-mounted fast and consistent fingerprint technology. There is no face unlock though. The device is not waterproof as well. Overall, we expected it to be more impressive particularly when it comes to the camera. Still, it is a fine choice for the budget.

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Awesome Look