Here are 7 Redmi Note 12 pros and cons you should know

Gadgetren – Redmi Note 12 is a smartphone worth Rp 2 million. which has also revitalized the Indonesian market with a variety of improved features compared to the previous generation.

This device is already IP53 certified which proves that it is resistant to dust and water splashes. Even so, users are still unable to put the Redmi Note 12 in water.

Priced at IDR 2,599,000, Redmi Note 12 is equipped with Game Booster function to support smoother gaming performance. While the fingerprint sensor is also pinned on the power button.

Advantages of Redmi Note 12

1. Smooth performance for multitasking

The Redmi Note 12 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 685 chipset which can run games and apps smoothly. In addition, there is a Q-Sync technology function that allows the frame rate in games to run steadily and smoothly.

Meanwhile, the Redmi Note 12 is also equipped with a Game Booster feature that will boost CPU and GPU performance while running games. Xiaomi has also tested this device with AnTuTu v9 with a score of 316,993 points.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Gaming

To make the multitasking performance work smoothly, Xiaomi does not fail to introduce the RAM with 4GB, 6GB and 8GB option for the Redmi Note 12 sold in Indonesia.

While the internal storage reaches 128 GB, it is possible to store many apps and games at the same time. Of course there is also a RAM expansion option that borrows free space from the internal storage to become Virtual RAM up to 5 GB.

2. Clear the screen for entertainment content

Redmi Note 12 already uses a 6.67-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD + resolution (2400 x 1800 pixels) and DCI-P3 Color Gamut that can display content in bright, clear and rich colors.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Diagonal Screen

The maximum brightness level of 1,200 nits allows all the content on the screen to be seen even when under the hot sun. Equipped with a 120 Hz refresh rate, the Redmi Note 12 screen is able to display smooth transitions between menus and game animations.

The presence of Widevine L1 certification also proves that the Redmi Note 12 display is capable of displaying HD (High Definition) quality video streaming from Netflix and Amazon Prime Video apps.

3. Large battery with 33W fast charging

This device is backed by a 5,000 mAh battery which is said to last 9 hours for playing games, 21 hours for video playback or 31 hours on the phone.

Even in normal use, Xiaomi revealed that the Redmi Note 12 can last up to 1.35 days, so users don’t need to charge it often.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Battery

When the battery capacity reaches a critical point between 15% and 5%, the power can be filled very quickly because the Redmi Note 12 is equipped with a 33W fast charging function.

4. Multiple Cameras for Photo Creations

In terms of photography, the Redmi Note 12 is equipped with three rear cameras consisting of a 50 MP main camera, an 8 MP ultrawide and a 2 MP macro. While on the front there is a 13 MP camera.

The presence of multiple cameras allows users to be creative in producing interesting and unique photos. By default, the main camera will produce 12.5MP photos because it uses 4-in-1 pixel binning technology to absorb a lot of light and have rich colors.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Camera

However, users are still available with a 50MP mode to produce large photos. The presence of an ultra-wide camera will facilitate the immediate production of wide-area photos, while a macro camera can be used to capture objects at close range.

The 13MP front camera is good enough to produce good selfies. There’s also a Night Mode that allows the rear and front cameras to produce photos that are bright and with minimal noise compared to using auto mode.

Moreover, the camera of this mobile phone is capable of producing 1080p @ 30fps video which has become the standard video resolution of a mobile phone camera today.

5. Comprehensive features

Redmi Note 12 is equipped with an IR Blaster function that allows the mobile phone to be a remote control for home electronic devices such as TVs, air conditioners, fans and more.

This is of course useful because you can’t control electronic devices because you forgot to put the remote. Therefore, as an alternative, you can use the Redmi Note 12 to become a replacement remote control.

This device is also equipped with NFC (Near Field Communication) functionality that makes it easy for users to make digital payments, check or top up e-money card balances and transfer data.

Cons of Redmi Note 12

1. No dynamic refresh rate

Redmi Note 12 (9)

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 is not equipped with a Dynamic Refresh Rate function, so the refresh rate cannot be automatically changed depending on the content displayed on the screen.

The system in this mobile phone only provides two options to lock the refresh rate 120Hz and 60Hz. Although it’s capable of producing smooth transitions between menus and game animations, the 120Hz refresh rate consumes quite a bit of power.

When the user wants to save more battery power, it is necessary to lock the refresh rate to 60 Hz. In fact, it’s a good thing that the Redmi Note 12 has a Dynamic Refresh Rate feature to provide more efficient power usage without degrading the user experience.

2. Camera shutter is a bit long in low light conditions

Redmi Note 12 (4)

This phone has main camera support with high resolution up to 50 MP. However, the camera shutter is a bit long when shooting subjects, especially in low light conditions.

This could be due to a number of factors, ranging from software wanting to increase the sharpness of photos so that they are not blurry, or it could be that this mobile phone is indeed a bit limited when in lighting conditions.

However, if the camera shutter pauses too often or for a long time, it will affect the use and deteriorate the photo quality if it moves before the mobile phone has finished taking the photo.

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