While a normal consumer goes to purchase a smartphone, he/she looks for a phone that can fulfill all his desires...He/She needs a good camera, good processor, good looks, good battery life all at the same time that too without spending much bucks on it. Thanks to the companies like Redmi and Realme that has the capability to come up with something that is so premium at a price that is not so premium, so that a middle class consumer can enjoy its phone to the fullest.But recently there has been a trend that has come across these companies....In the race of building better phones, these companies have started providing phones that have HUGE batteries...Mind me these is not at all a bad thing as far as performance is conserned, but what compromises along with huge batteries is that the phones are becoming really bulky and overweighted.|
Poco X2: Currently the best midranger to purchase with price starting at ₹15999/-
Packs in a huge 4500 MAH battery
Note 8 Pro: Most successful and best selling redmi series in India
Packs in 4500MAH battery
Note 9 Pro: The next big smartphone for note series
Packs in bigger 5020MAH battery..
These phones offer a great value for money but at the same time they lack the comfort of using it..they are too big to hold and using with a single hand just seems difficult. For instance, note 7 pro packed in a 4000 mah battery and weighed under 190g and also was 8.1 mm thick. This is the expected ideal size a phone should be. Fast charging technology is now increasing at a rapid pace...thus providing a faster charger rather than a bigger battery would be more preferable...
Thus, its a keen request to Redmi and all other makers to think over this issue and make a decision accordingly.
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