kucingbaik, 19 Aug 2016OP3 what the mean.?OP3 means OnePlus 3
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2016from where can i buy Redmi Pro ?Wait..it will be available in india since oct,16...
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2016Thank you, please compared about the camera.
I know mimax come with unknown sensors but can r... moreFor anyone wanting comparisons across models, I'm doing some, especially woth camera in mind.
- Mi 5 Pro/Ceramic 4gb/128gb
- Mi Max SD652/4gb/128gb
- Redmi Pro X25/3GB/64gb
I'll post some pics and my thoughts in a day or two. I'm comparing against an S6 and OP3. I wasn't impressed with the pics on the OP3 (noisy and smudgy for detail, and video was plain bad).
I will say this re. initial impressions. The Mi 5 takes quick, nice pics. Nice colour reproduction but can be a bit noisy. The Max doesn't have OIS and it shows. It's also a bit sluggish to snap a shot so thats where tue money is saved mainly. As for the Redmi Pro, it focuses and shutters quickly. The second lens seems gimmicky and imitates low Fstops. To me it seems if you like crazy bokeh in post production - something my Note 4 did years ago. Maybe I need to play more with it. However, the G5 has two genuinely useful lenses.
Anonymous, 19 Aug 2016thanx bro.... for your honest review No problem. It's not my review but I will definitely be writing one when I get it.
By when we can expect Redmi Pro in India.
If we are not getting ...any alternative to import it from other country.
Also share the pros n cons for import.
ryballs, 19 Aug 2016I'll let you know when I get mine Thank you, please compared about the camera.
I know mimax come with unknown sensors but can record 4k video n the camera its better than rn3pro with 16mp samsung sensor
Anonymous, 18 Aug 2016Really?? Its better than mi max or no?I'll let you know when I get mine
Akhil007, 18 Aug 20165/10 for the phone? Where do you see it? Or is it about the price group you're confused with.hi brother 5/10 is price group means this phone is around 20000 - 25000 price group.
5/10 for the phone? Where do you see it? Or is it about the price group you're confused with.
From Whirlpool Forums user Pumpino:
I tested the camera this morning by taking several shots with the default auto mode on the RP and OP3 and compared them. The OP3 takes excellent pictures, but its videos aren't great. I was expecting something similar with the RP.
The photos taken with the RP were quite ordinary. I was hoping they'd be a significant improvement over the RN3P, given the RP has a Sony sensor. However, I don't believe they are. Photos have washed out colours. I took inside shots of my daughter in the same position with good lighting with both cameras. On the OP3, my daughter's skin colour looked natural and her red dress had excellent contrast. The photos had excellent brightness. On the RP, the colours were all washed out and pictures lacked brightness. All the pictures of her appeared dull. The difference between the two sets of photos was extreme.
The RP did a little better outside, but the OP3 won in every shot. The RP's photos lacked brightness and the colours were all washed out. They also didn't capture the same level of detail of the sky or leaves on the trees. However, very close up shots of leaves produced excellent shots which were comparable to the OP3.
Lastly, videos. The OP3 doesn't take good videos. There's a significant amount of noise in recordings, although the colours remain excellent as they do in photos. With the RP, the brightness was decent, but recordings again had washed out colours. There was a similar amount of noise as the OP3, perhaps a fraction less.
Overall, the RP's camera is surprisingly disappointing. I was expecting it to take decent shots, even if they weren't as good as the OP3, but they really are ordinary with auto mode. If you purchase the phone thinking that the camera is better than the RN3P, you'll be very disappointed. If you want a mid-range phone with a decent camera, I strongly suggest you consider the Asus ZenFone 3 instead, since its camera has the same sensor as the OP3 and Mi5, and it has received excellent reviews (eg. Android Police).
Lastly, a quick note about the display. The AMOLED panel has whites which appear somewhat dirty, even when switched to cool mode. Colours appear similar to the OP3 when the OP3 is switched to RGB mode, where colours are technically more accurate, but the whites appear dirty next to other phones. For me, I don't like it, but I believe it's a software thing and it's not a deal breaker by itself. I think the display is very decent overall, and most people will be happy with it.
Hey guys anyone know if this phone is fast charging or not?