Redmi Note 13 Review: Should You Buy in 10 Points 

Yashraj Verma

The Redmi Note 13’s design approach does not deviate much from last year. The buttons and port placements remain the same but this time you get a boxier design.


Apart from the design, the Note 13 also borrows the display from its predecessor. The only noticeable difference is in the brightness numbers, which sees a reduction of 200 nits. 


Since the Redmi Note 13 is a budget phone, it’s obvious to not expect craziness in the performance department, but for everyday tasks, it’s like a chill hangout buddy.


The software aspect of the complete Note 13 series is somewhat perplexing. While the Poco X6 Pro, has the new HyperOS, while Redmi Note 13 runs on MIUI 14, based on Android 13.


The primary camera captures good photos with ample details, something you would expect on a high-resolution camera. 


The Redmi Note 13’s battery is quite reliable, easily lasting an entire day.


To conclude, the Redmi Note 13 is a solid-budget phone with a lot to offer for a starting price of Rs 17,999.


- Good display - Reliable battery - Affordable price

What is Good?

- Bloatware - Single speaker

What is Bad?

- Realme 11 - Lava Agni 2