Hello fellow Mifans,
As promised, I'm back with more sharing on the Redmi Note 9S.
So nothing had change much over the past week, many if us are still on lockdown and there is nothing much for us to do staying at home others than working & GAMING!! #stayhome #staysafe
I have tested more gaming with the Redmi Note 9S such as PUBG, Ragnarok Mobile, Mobile Legend, Honkai Impact 3 and few others. Before I go into my experience sharing let me go through briefly what makes Redmi Note 9S a awesome low budget gaming phone.
Due to the rapid growth of mobile gaming market, Qualcomm have been developing more and more gaming-focus SoC such as the SD720G, SD730G and also SD765G 5G. All these SoC differenciate with the letter "G" at the end of the model number are mobile gaming-focus SoC.
The Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 720G Mobile Platform enhances the mobile gaming experience.
So as what Qualcomm claimed, the SD720G is designed to enhances the mobile gaming experience.
The SD 720G is a 8-core SoC with Kryo 465 architecture. Two of the cores are Kryo 465 Gold (Cortex-A76) clocked at 2.3GHz and another 6 cores, Kryo 465 Silver (Cortex-A55) are clocked at 1.8GHz.
The Redmi Note 9S also comes equipped with Adreno 618 GPU to further enhance the gaming experience. This is a mobile graphic card cater for the upper mid-range devices actually.
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Comparing with the previous generation, the SD720G + Adreno 618 with Elite Gaming enables:
A few notable features of this SD720G such as:
So far in my experience in gaming with the Redmi Note 9S has been very pleasent. Overall gaming is really smooth which kinda surprise me. I even tried screen recording while playing PUBG at max graphic settings and yet there is no slight hint of lag or delay.
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Another surprising aspect is the battery consumption. After an almost 2 hour long of PUBG session it had only consume around 3% of the battery. And this is with the max setting and occasionally screen recording as I mentioned. I have never seen this in any of the devices I had used so far. And the device doesn't feels hot or warm at all during the gaming session. I'm really surprised at this because I had tried gaming on a Blask Shark 3 Pro which is a pro gaming phone and after 1-2 hours of gaming the device actually went up to 40°C and it feels rather hot in my hand.
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Here's another video of one of my recorded game with @PraweshCH
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