Both phones are popular in China, both offer good hardware, cameras and screens, large batteries, NFC and fast charging out of the box, both are made in glass, so it makes sense to figure out which one is cooler. Redmi Note 8T or Note 8 Pro. This will be discussed later, in comparison, I will use the dry numbers obtained during testing of the GMSArena studio.
- Main sensor. Samsung Isocell Bright GW1 64 MP, f / 1.9
- Wide-angle camera: 8 megapixels
- Macro camera: 2 MP
- Depth Sensor: 2 MP
- Main sensor. Samsung Isocell Bright GM2 48 megapixels, f / 1.8 optics
- Wide: 8MP
- Macro: 2 MP
- Depth Sensor: 2 MP
IPS matrices are on two screens, but only the matrix on Redmi Note 8 Pro reproduces HDR content.
Test data at 100% backlight:
Based on the test results, the conclusion is logical: the matrix on Redmi Note 8T is better. with higher contrast and color accuracy.
Both smartphones are equipped with large batteries. 4000 mAh on Redmi Note 8T and 4500 mAh on Redmi Note 8 Pro.
Studio Testing Data GSMArena:
In terms of autonomy, Redmi Note 8 Pro is cooler. the extra 500 mAh affects it. But in terms of charging speed, the Redmi Note 8T is slightly ahead of the competitor, but this is less important.
Processors: Snapdragon 665 vs MediaTek Helio G90T
Both processors belong to the middle class, they are made by different technologies and offer graphics accelerators that are different from each other. I will not describe in detail the characteristics, it is more appropriate to give the test results in benchmarks.
There can be no two opinions: MediaTek Helio G90T is a more powerful hardware, therefore Redmi Note 8 Pro wins in performance.
Cameras: Samsung Isocell Bright GW1 vs GM2
The main camera sensors on two smartphones are from Samsung. This is the new 64 megapixel Isocell Bright GW1 matrix on Redmi Note 8 Pro and a 48 megapixel camera on Redmi Note 8T. In both cases, simple optics without stabilization are used, also wide-angle and macro cameras, depth sensors are on two phones.
First, examples of photos from two phones, so you can decide for yourself who is better at photographing:
Redmi Note 8 Pro (clickable)
Main Wide angle Main Wide angle Main
Redmi Note 8T (clickable)
Main Wide angle Main Wide angle Main Wide angle Normal mode Night mode Normal mode Night mode
Below are the crop from test shots taken under the same lighting conditions.
Redmi Note 8T Redmi Note 8 Pro Redmi Note 8T Redmi Note 8 Pro
In daylight, the shooting quality is more or less equal, but in low light, the Redmi Note 8 Pro produces a noisier, but more detailed shot. Subjective opinion: in terms of shooting, the Note 8 Pro is better, although this is not obvious.