Find about the Xiaomi Redmi Go display, camera, battery life, gaming, price, and more features & specs in this Xiaomi Redmi Go review.
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Before heading into the Xiaomi Redmi Go full review, let us start the things first with the Xiaomi Redmi Go specs. The phone comes in a small form factor and really light when it comes to weight. It barely weighs 137 grams. In terms of display, the Xiaomi Redmi Go features a 5.0-inch IPS panel enriched with HD resolution. Although the presence of the HD display is decent for the price, the display on the device comes with the 16:9 aspect ratio, which looks really antiquated these days. Nonetheless, the Xiaomi Redmi Go display looks decent enough for the price.
On the performance side of things, the phone comes with a Quad-core Snapdragon 425 chipset paired with 1GB of RAM. On the storage front, the phone flaunts 8GB RAM, which can be expanded up to 128GB making use of the dedicated SD card slot. Talking about the software, the phone runs on Android Go version of the Android Oreo. With the optimized form of the software on the board, the phone runs smoothly on the day-to-day use even with that meager 1GB RAM. However, the phone doesn’t support high-end games. If you want to know about the Redmi Go PUBG prowess, the news may not quite please you. The phone even failed to run the game even on the low setting. Nonetheless, on our Xiaomi Redmi Go gaming review, minor games like Temple Run and Knife Hit ran without a fuss.
Although the PUBG on Redmi Go was not playable, we found the performance on the Redmi Go to be better on the Redmi Go on doing Xiaomi Redmi Go vs J2 Core and Xiaomi Redmi Go Vs Nokia 1 comparison. But the Realme C1 proved to better while performing the Xiaomi Redmi Go vs Realme C1 comparison.
After the brief info about the Redmi Go gameplay, let’s move on to the Xiaomi Redmi Go camera. The phone features an 8MP shooter on the back and a single 5MP selfie shooter on the front on the optics front. During the use, we also performed the Xiaomi Redmi Go camera review and we were delighted with the camera prowess considering the price of the device.
As far as the Redmi Go battery is concerned, a 3000mAh non-removable battery keeps the device running. With the optimized software and the power-efficient processor on the board, I expected a better mileage from the device. However, on my Xiaomi Redmi Go battery test, the phone barely provided 4 hours of screen on time. On the normal use, the battery on the handset drained before the end of the day.