REDMI NOTE 9S VS NOTE 8 PRO||DETAILED COMAPRISON||
REDMI NOTE 9S VS NOTE 8 PRO:
The new launches from Xiaomi, we have the Redmi Note 9S, which also does well in games and delivers a more interesting cost-benefit than the rest of the Note 9 family. And then the question arises: is the old one still a good buy or is it more worthwhile to pick the newer one? That’s what this TudoCelular.com comparison will help you find out. Xiaomi loves to recycle the design from one generation to the next but in the case of the Note 8 Pro and Note 9S we have two very different devices. It starts with the more substantial size for the most recent one, which also makes it heavier.
REDMI NOTE 9S VS NOTE 8 PRO:DESIGN
The drop-shaped notch gave way to a punch hole for the selfie camera. The cameras that are vertically aligned on the 8 Pro are now arranged in a block on the 9S. The biometric reader left the rear and went to the right side. It still works as well as it did before, but it will make it harder for the lefties to use it. The build quality is the same for both – you have a cell phone with a plastic side frame and glass rear. There is Gorilla Glass 5 protection on both the screen and the back. And if you’re looking for the most complete, the Note 8 Pro has NFC. Moreover, the two bring all the current technologies that are expected from a good mid-tier device. We start with a point for the Note 8 Pro. The Note 9S screen is larger and has a few more pixels, however, the brightness is lower than the one from the IPS LCD panel found in the Note 8 Pro. The difference is small but if you use your phone a lot on the street it is better to choose the one with the Brighter screen. The contrast level and the viewing angle are similar between the two. If only image quality matters to you, you will end up preferring the 9S for displaying colors closer to the reality. The white in both has a slightly bluish hue, but you can change the temperature in the screen settings. If you are looking for a good phone to listen to music then you are looking for the wrong brand. Xiaomi has never given much importance to the sound part of their phones especially in intermediaries. Here you will have only one speaker with mono sound in each. The Note 8 Pro volume is a little louder as it forces the treble more while the 9S stands out in the middle. None comes with a headset in the box and it’s not even worth investing in an expensive headset to enjoy your music with them – both distort a little, but for those who are not demanding either will do. We have a tie in multimedia, with one point on screen and sound for each model.
REDMI NOTE 9S VS NOTE 8 PRO:SPECS
The Redmi Note 8 Pro was released with Android Pie and received an update to Android 10 with MIUI 11 a few months ago. The 9S comes with the latest version and should be updated to Android 11 in the future. While the oldest may not get to receive this update. However, because we have more RAM, we have a more fluid performance with the 8 Pro especially if you’re the type of person using multiple apps at the same time. In resources, they are similar. Here we also tie in software. We have MediaTek Helio G90T on Note 8 Pro and Snapdragon 720G on 9S. What is the best? In our standardized speed test, Xiaomi’s oldest intermediary was 47 seconds faster when opening and reopening apps and games. The fact that it has more RAM helps here and we can’t just blame Qualcomm’s new chip. In benchmarks, we see that Snapdragon has greater raw power and achieves higher scores than the Helio G90T. In AnTuTu we had a 10% difference in favor of the most recent Redmi. Note 8 Pro was one of the best game intermediaries we tested and Note 9S was also get it right at this point – you’ll have great fluidity in any game, you can even run Asphalt 9 and PUBG at 60 FPS. Not to mention that it comes with Game Turbo that improves gaming. Another draw – Note 8 Pro outperforms overall performance, but 9S is superior in some games.
REDMI NOTE 9S VS NOTE 8 PRO:BATERY
The Redmi Note 9S comes with a bigger battery, and with that, it is capable of delivering 20% more autonomy. It will be most suitable for those who play a lot on mobile or spend the day on YouTube or Netflix. If you use lighter, focusing more on social networks and WhatsApp will have a battery for more than one day with either one. It also has another advantage in charging times. Xiaomi has included a more powerful charger in the box that makes the 9S spend less time in the socket. With that, we give the 9S a double point for autonomy and recharge time.
REDMI NOTE 9S VS NOTE 8 PRO:CAMERA
One point that the Note 8 Pro lacks is the camera despite having a 48 MP sensor, the same that equips several good intermediaries, MediaTek hardware lacks efficient post-processing and this is an issue that we don’t have in Note 9S. It captures more details of the scenarios, does not suffer much from noise, the contrast is right, and the colors are close to reality. The dynamic range is good enough to dispense with the use of HDR. The wide-angle camera also takes better pictures, as does the macro that has good focus and allows you to get closer without losing sharpness. The difference between the two gets even bigger at night when we see MediaTek’s hardware struggling when dealing with noise and loss of sharpness. Note 9S takes the best shots with the rear camerap. Which is better for selfies? Here the Note 8 Pro is not far behind the 9S as we have in the rear set of cameras. Because of its higher resolution and focal aperture, it even suffers less in places with weaker lighting however, the background pops further when portrait mode is in use. In general, the two take good selfies and don’t stand out or disappoint – we draw on selfies. Both record in 4K with good quality. If you want to eliminate shaking you will have to be content with shooting in Full HD. The focus is more agile on the Note 9S, however, it gets a little buggy when shooting at 60 fps. If you want to shoot more at night then forget about Note 8 Pro, which suffers a lot in darker places. The audio quality is similar for both and could be better. We closed the camera part with a point for the Note 9S.
REDMI NOTE 9S VS NOTE 8 PRO:PRICE
The Redmi Note 8 Pro was launched in the national market at the end of last year for $ 150 while the Note 9S arrived this year for $ 170. These are the values to have the Xiaomi intermediary with a national warranty by DL, which gives a good advantage to the oldest.
REDMI NOTE 9S VS NOTE 8 PRO:CONCLUSION
NOW ifyou look for the imported version in national retail you may end up finding the 9S for a more affordable price, with that, we set it a tie for the price and finish the comparison with one more point for each. From what we saw it was clear that the Redmi Note 9S is a better buy. It can be slower in use with many applications but delivers superior fluidity in some games its battery lasts longer and still recharges faster, your cameras take better photos and videos and even if it is a newer product it can even be found cheaper at retail. The Note 8 Pro has already been found on the market at around $ 90 at the beginning of the year if its price drops and is about R$ 300 cheaper than the Note 9S, then it will be a better choice if you don’t care so much about cameras.