Redmi K50i-Review

Redmi K50i

After a two-year hiatus, the K series is back in India with the Redmi K50i

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Redmi K50i

There was no question that the Redmi K20 series was one of the greatest midrange alternatives on the market in terms of value when it was released in India in 2019

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Redmi K50i

It sort of makes a comeback with the Redmi K50i

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Redmi K50i

When compared to the K20 series, the Redmi K50i does represent some noticeable modifications

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Redmi K50i

The frame is now plastic, as is the whole body

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Redmi K50i

Now, the smartphone is available in three colours: Stealth Black, Quick Silver, and Phantom Blue

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Redmi K50i

The blue, which we have for review, is a bit sparkly at the back. And it takes on hues of gold depending on the light

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Redmi K50i

The Mediatek Dimensity 8100 Max CPU has been added to the Redmi K50i. The Oppo Reno8 Pro,

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Redmi K50i

which just hit the market, also uses the Dimensity 8100 Max. The same CPU is also found in the OnePlus 10R

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