MiRon4x, 24 Dec 2017When will it be available in the Philippines? available in lazada, 4gb 64gb,
Anonymous, 12 Jan 2018does redmi 5 plush have heating problem ?No. It stays cool even after longer gaming
Glenbrownwin, 13 Jan 2018Huawei mate 10 light or Redmi 5 plus is better?snapdragon is always better than kirin, so in this head to head case, redmi 5 plus is better imho
but if u outside china, u better buy huawei tho, because maybe xiaomi will release it globally for another 20 years, like they did to RN5 fans.. when huawei is faster to respond to the market outside china.
It has good specifications, but why do they take so long to release its sar values?
Anonymous, 12 Jan 2018does redmi 5 plush have heating problem ?i guess there's no problem in that , they using snapdragon 625
Got my Redmi 5 Plus (black) today. Performance and screen quality is similar to Redmi Note 4 and other midrangers. The design is however simply great, looks so much better than regular 5.5" phones thanks to the thinner bezels. One of the most stylish phones I have seen. The build quality and battery life is also great. The camera not that good, poor in low light. Hopefully, the google camera port will work on this phone and improve the low light performance.
This phone "Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus" outperforms the latest Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro in AnTuTu Benchmarks as J7 Pro is on average 40,000 score while Redmi 5 Plus scores an average of 60,000 benchmark score which is a good score for a midranger phone, games can be played well on best settings!
Karthida, 28 Dec 2017No fast charging and dual camera and same processor 625 Bette to provide 835snapdragon 835 on a cheap midranger hahahahahaha
Redmi 5 Plus now available in Malaysia via Direct D, grey importers. Price MYR699 (EUR146.10)
I love redmi phone, they are just so worth having... not over priced, and I don't really need to have the highest and latest Processor to run heavy task.
My only request is please add NFC to your redmi phones...
@Lindie5Tech That slight bump in clockspeed is going to do shit all... if you're going to spend another ~$200 USD for a theoretical 10% increase in CPU performance and a slight GPU bump, then YOU are the exact reason they find no need to upgrade the hardware...
Uggg... Really?! Another Snapdragon 625... Its 2018! Yes, the 625 is power efficient and moderately snappy, but Xiaomi should've used at least the Snapdragon 626 or 630 as a motive to upgrade from a Note 4 if the user wanted more horsepower. Overall happy but disappointed in the processor that Xiaomi has kept.