In this review we will talk about the XIAOMI MI 8, which comes with 64/128/256 GB of storage capacity with 6 GB of RAM. It is recommended to choose the right memory capacity for you from the start. There is no external memory port, but it supports two callouts. It is worth noting that the phone does not come with wireless charging technology, but in return will come with a fast charging technology
The phone comes in a thickness of 7.6 mm and weight of 175 grams The phone comes with a screen design concept of extrusion near the phone 10, as well as the design of the back camera and the flash is much like the design of the iPhone 10.
The phone has a gorilla glass protection layer on the front and back of the phone and an aluminum frame. The phone has buttons to control the volume and a special button to turn off and turn on the phone as all the buttons work perfectly. It also has a USB-c port. Unfortunately, the phone supports only one earphone on the right, making it vulnerable to blocking, and the left-side slots are for the microphone.
The phone also has a front camera with several technologies such as IR technology and flip unlock technology. On the back, the phone has a dual camera, and the fingerprint technology is also excellent.
The 6.21-inch, Super AMOLED screen with 1080p resolution with 402 pixels resolution is available.
It is an excellent screen that uses the latest technology such as HDR10 and DCI-P3. There are no problems with the level of lighting in this mobile phone, which exceeded 600nits on the normal position so the lighting level is very good but not the best but enough to read what in the screen Under the sun rays.
The Mi 8 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with 2.8 GHz and 6 GB of RAM. The model we review here has 128 GB of storage capacity, but the Mi 8 also comes with 64GB and 256GB options. Unfortunately, there is no support for microSD.
And for the performance of the phone, there are no problems with daily tasks or even with programs and heavy games. What distinguishes this phone compared to a number of competitors is that it uses the dual-navigation system technology that polarizes the L1 and L5 satellites, which provided more accurate results than companies that use one range of satellites.
The phone has a battery capacity of 3400 mAh and the battery is fully charged from zero to about 100 and a half hours, but if you use the Quick Charge 4.0 technology supported by the phone will be charging much faster.
It is worth mentioning that the phone provided a battery life ranging between 5 hours and a half and 6 hours and a half for the time of the operation of the screen.
The phone features a 12-megapixel rear camera. One of these lenses is Sony’s IMX363 with four OIS axes, with dual-focus PD technology, a f / 1.8 lens slot, 1.4um pixel and dual LED flash and the afterlife is the Samsung S5K3M3 lens with 1.0um pixels and Aperture of f / 2.4 lens, which provides telephoto and portrait, and you can shoot 4K video, but the OIS feature is supported on one lens only.
The front camera is 20 megapixels with a f / 2.0 lens slot and allows the camera to shoot 1080p video.
As for the performance of the camera, in general it is good where there are improvements very noticeable compared to the previous version, especially in terms of dynamic range, so the cameras of this phone is the best for the phones of the company, in detail, color and white balance, On photos and share them in social sites.
Although the MIUI 10 was announced during the same launch event as the Xiaomi Mi 8, the Mi 8 is running MIUI 9.5 and is based on Android 8.1 (Oreo).
The phone has Dual Apps mode, which allows you to run two instances of each application. If you use two slides or when you allow someone else to use your phone, there is also a one-handed mode that makes it easy to use the phone with one hand, A small hand, and there is a Quick Ball option that allows you to access frequently used functions quickly on the screen.