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Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro Price in India
Updated On: 14th August 2022

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro

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The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is one of the best budget smartphone that you can buy under the Rs 15,000 price point. It flaunts a 5.9-inch Full HD+ IPS display while being powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core Snapdragon 636 processor and 4GB of RAM. For imaging, there are dual 12MP+5MP rear and a 20MP front-facing cameras provided. The smartphone ships with 64GB of internal storage space which is further expandable up to 128GB. It is fuelled by a large 4,000mAh battery. By default, this device runs Android 7.1 Nougat. The latest Xiaomi mobile phones you may be interested in are the Redmi Note 7S, Redmi Note 8 Pro, and the Redmi Note 8.
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Best Price: 12,790

Key Specifications

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Processor
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 12 MP + 5 MP Dual Rear Camera
  • 64 GB Storage
  • 20 MP Front Camera
  • 4000 mAh Battery
  • 5.99 inches IPS LCD Display
  • Android v7.1.2 (Nougat) OS

Price In India

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro price in India starts at ₹12,790. The lowest price of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is at Amazon. Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is not available in other online stores. The mobile is available in 4 GB + 64 GB, 6 GB + 64 GB storage variants and Gold, Rose Gold, Black colors in India.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro (64 GB): Pros & Cons

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The Redmi Note 5 Pro offers superb build quality and design. It offers incredibly fast and smooth performance. MIUI 9 that boots on this phone by default looks modern and has tons of features. Even the camera offer great results. Furthermore, this phone offers one of the longest battery backups we have ever seen in a smartphone.
The phone does not offer 4K video recording. Instead of a USB Type-C port, the device still relies on a micro USB port for charging. And then there is the Hybrid SIM slot which restricts usage of dual SIMs if a microSD card is inserted. Priced at Rs. 10,760 the mobile is available with 64GB of internal storage.
It is difficult to recommend anything other than the Redmi Note 5 Pro at this price point as it offers unbeatable performance, exceptional imaging prowess, and commendable overall polish. In fact, we would go as far to recommend adding the few thousand rupees more and getting this over the Redmi Note 5 as you get a significantly better value.

Redmi Note 5 Pro Review: The Veritable Titan Killer

by Nachiket Mhatre

Xiaomi is the perfect underdog story. It's remarkable how the Chinese phone maker managed to shake off the undying notion that anything manufactured in China is cheap and made poorly. What's even more remarkable is how the company achieved that without diverting resources towards marketing, fat sales commissions, and other offline distribution logistics like its other Chinese competitors. Xiaomi changed the way Indian consumers look at Chinese products the best possible way ' by diverting most of its money towards R&D and ensuring consumers get the most cutting-edge hardware specifications for not a lot of money.

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The rest is history because a great product sells itself and that's basically how Xiaomi raised the bar for the budget and lower mid-range smartphone segment with its range of affordable products. Although you cannot disregard the engineering and R&D achievements of the likes of Samsung, Apple, and Motorola, what Xiaomi has done is nevertheless profound. By making smartphones affordable, it has provided the working class with a viable means to access the internet. And this will have a far-reaching impact on the nation as a whole.

The Redmi series is the cornerstone of Xiaomi's Indian smartphone odyssey, with the Redmi Note 4 capturing the collective imagination (and wallets) of the Indian masses like few other phones could. In this era of bezel-less design, it's not surprising that Xiaomi has refreshed its beloved Redmi Note series with swanky new and larger 18:9 displays, but what caught everyone unawares is the new addition to the Redmi Note family ' the Redmi Note 5 Pro.

The Note 5 Pro is essentially the same Note 5, albeit with a faster SoC to cope up with the 15 percent increase in resolution (up by 3 million pixels approximately) thanks to the 18:9 aspect ratio display and a dual camera setup that makes great use of the powerful Spectra 160 Image Signal Processor (ISP). Let's put the phone through the paces to determine whether the Redmi Note 5 Pro lives up to our high expectations.
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Design and Build Quality

One of the most significant changes to the Redmi Note 5 Pro comes in the form of its chassis itself, which now sports minimal bezels and a sexy new 18:9 display that makes the phone taller as well as narrower. That's how you get 6-inches of screen real estate without making the phone any more unwieldy than its predecessor, which sports a smaller 5.5-inch display. The minimal bezels also mean that the capacitive buttons make way for customisable on-screen Android menu buttons.

However, the physical button layout stays the same, with the volume rocker and power buttons placed along the right-hand side edge and the left-hand side edge housing the hybrid dual SIM tray. The 3.5mm headphone jack, however, has been moved down to the bottom edge, where it sits to the left of the micro USB port with the monoaural speaker grille located at the opposite end.

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The rear of the device is clean with the fingerprint sensor placed intuitively within reach in the top half, whereas the vertically oriented dual camera assembly resting along the right-hand corner. The camera assembly protrudes from the chassis to a considerable degree; enough for it to make the device wobble significantly as you operate it on the desk.

Apart from the disappointing exclusion of the USB Type-C charging port, the metal back design of the chassis is a lost opportunity as well. It would have been nicer if Xiaomi would've adopted the sexy unibody metal chassis of the Mi Max 2, which would've visually set the Note 5 Pro apart from its cheaper variant sans the Pro moniker. Mind you, that's not to say that the metal back design with plastic ends, which has been the staple for the Redmi Note series so far, is lacking in any respect. The phone is sturdy and has a decent heft, whereas the Corning Gorilla glass protected display did a good job fending off all of my attempts to go at it with a camping knife.
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Face Unlock

The latest software update has now equipped the Note 5 Pro with the Face Unlock feature, which was one of the most beloved new additions in the OnePlus 5T. Setting it up is a breeze, and under the best lighting conditions, the Redmi Note 5 Pro manages to authenticate my face in approximately a second. While that number may not sound much, but it adds up over repeated usage. But most importantly, unlike the OnePlus 5T, the Note 5 Pro's Face Unlock is not as fast as its own fingerprint sensor, let alone being remotely comparable to OnePlus' implementation of Face Unlock.

Not surprisingly, I often found myself reverting to the phone's relatively faster fingerprint sensor. This was compounded by the fact that the Face Unlock takes longer and often just fails to recognise your face under challenging lighting conditions such as natural indoor lighting in the evening or even mid-day when you standing against a bright window. While the Note 5 Pro's Face Unlock feature is usable under right conditions, it's neither as lightning quick as the one in the OnePlus 5T nor is it faster than its own fingerprint sensor.

As such, it's a great feature to possess when your phone is placed on the desk and the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor isn't available, but I don't see myself using it as a primary means of unlocking the phone like practically everyone did with the OnePlus 5T.

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Display and Camera

Xiaomi has a knack for making bright displays with terrific contrast and great colour saturation. I personally own the Redmi 4 and the display in that budget phone is significantly better than smartphones costing more than twice as much. The 6-inch display sports the wider 18:9 aspect ratio that's increasingly becoming de rigueur for bezel-less designs.

The pixel density is more or less maintained despite the larger screen, since the 18:9 panel itself has a larger number of pixels thanks to a resolution of 1080x2160 pixels. The IPS LCD panel is bright and sports an accurate white level, which further extends to a great colour accuracy as well. Sunlight legibility is decent and the inbuilt auto brightness function works surprisingly reliably even at night, when most other displays end up appearing too bright.

This is the part where I usually drone on about the camera specifications, and exactly how the 12+5-megapixel dual camera setup of the Redmi Note 5 Pro works in conjunction with the phase-detection autofocus feature, but this time we're going to try something different. Right off the bat, I can tell you that the Redmi Note 5 Pro's camera is a quantum leap over its predecessor. This is perhaps the only camera in its segment that can snap some great photos of my indoor hobby projects, which is usually impossible unless I resort to using a flagship smartphone owing to the challenging indoor lighting conditions.

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Shot with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro

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Shot with the Motorola Moto Z2 Force

To put this into perspective, take a good look at the two similar snaps of the same subject shot with the Redmi Note 5 Pro and the Moto Z2 Force. The latter costs twice as much as the Xiaomi phone and still leaves you with enough money to buy a Redmi 4. The Motorola should summarily kick Xiaomi's posterior then, right?


One look at the photograph and it's clear as day that the Redmi Note 5 Pro has managed to get absolutely everything into focus, which incredibly also includes the hyperactive guppies at the top. Now compare the same with Moto Z2 Force's output and the stark difference just beggars belief. I'm genuinely impressed.

Then again, the most pedantic among you would protest that those two photos haven't been shot at the same angle. Let's forget for a moment the fact that the Moto Z2 Force is worth two and a half Redmi 5 Pros (and should therefore snap better photos at any angle), and perform another test under identical conditions and shot from the same position just a few seconds apart. And while we are at it let's raise the stakes higher and compare it to the ₹89,000 Apple iPhone X.

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One of these two photos was snapped by an iPhone

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It definitely can't be this one, can it?

In fact, let's turn this into a game of sorts. Now, without skipping onto and reading the next paragraph, take a gander at the two photographs above. One of them has been shot with the ₹14,000 Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro and the other with the ₹89,000 Apple iPhone X. This should be easy, right? Call out the shots now and then move onto the next paragraph to know if you've got it right.

Well, the topmost camera sample was shot by the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro, whereas the bottom one was shot with the uber expensive Apple iPhone X. The proof is in the pudding, so to speak, because it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that the Redmi Note 5 Pro has done a much better job rendering my planted aquarium compared to Apple's flagship phone. This is truly remarkable.

Needless to say, the Redmi Note 5 Pro has it all in the camera department. Focusing is quick and always reliable, and the camera algorithm precisely nails exposure and white balance every single time. A 20-megapixel, LED flash-assisted front camera, great camera UI, fast and accurate portrait/background blur mode, terrific daylight photography, great low-light performance, and an astounding ability to get macro shots right are enough to overlook the lack of 4K video recording. I have zero complaints here.

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Software and UI

While it's disappointing that the Note 5 Pro doesn't come with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, but, then again, Xiaomi is painfully slow at this for a reason. That's because the Android Nougat based MIUI is packed to the gills with useful features and Xiaomi has achieved this without throttling performance despite MIUI 9 being a heavily customised and feature-rich Android fork. These additional features come in the same form as the updated version of MIUI we have witnessed in recent Xiaomi phones.

The features include App Lock for security, the ability to run multiple instances of the same apps, Second Space for multiple user profiles, in addition to a comprehensive photo editor, new Mi Video app, and split-screen functionality that's further enhanced by the taller display among many other nifty additions. Then there's the terrific SMS app that lets you copy OTP codes and creates cards from ticket confirmation messages, which can be viewed by swiping left from the screen along with notes, utility shortcuts, and a search bar. There are enough tools and utilities for most people to go without trifling with third-party apps.

The UI retains the same standard Xiaomi home screen elements with its trademark lack of an app drawer, with the app shortcuts being placed across multiple home screens. The bottomline is that although you won't get the latest version of Android out of the box, the Note 5 Pro, however, makes up for it with a feature-rich and well-optimised Nougat fork. Nevertheless, the phone is slated to receive the Oreo update sometime later this year. Just don't ask when.

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The Redmi 5 Pro is the first phone to feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 636 SoC. This is significant because the SD636 is a slightly watered down and underclocked version of the Snapdragon 660 and brings Kryo cores from the high-end segment down to budget phones for the first time. The SD636 achieves this by pairing four powerful Cortex-A73 cores with power-efficient Cortex A53 cores clocked at 1.8GHz.

These cores are further complemented by the faster Adreno 509 GPU that significantly bumps up performance. All of this works with the faster LPDDR4X RAM, which is usually found in high-end phones, to deliver a huge performance wallop. The only gripe is Xiaomi's decision to choose the relatively slower eMMC 5.0 storage over the faster UFS option. But let's not get carried away and forget the Note 5 Pro's modest price tag.

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To put the Note 5 Pro's stellar performance into perspective, we squared the SD625-powered Redmi Note 5 against the SD636-powered Redmi Note 5 Pro. This involved simultaneously opening a number of resource-hungry apps such as Facebook, Chrome, Google Play Store, in addition to processor-heavy applications such as Prisma. For starters, the Note 5 Pro powers up a good 8-10 seconds quicker, with all the apps too opening noticeably quicker than the Redmi Note 5.

The browser too was significantly faster in rendering challenging webpages, but the real performance difference was apparent in Prisma, with the Note 5 Pro zooming well ahead of its non-Pro sibling by rendering the filter effects in nearly half the time. And thats says a lot because, after all these years, Xiaomi has gotten pretty good at optimising the Snapdragon 625 chipset.

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It goes without saying that our base-end 4GB version was able to handle multi-tasking with aplomb, without nary a lag or stutter when cycling through the many heavy apps. Having said that, fiddling with multiple picture and video uploads in Facebook would make the phone palpably slow ' this is something that is never apparent with flagship phones equipped with Snapdragon 8-series chipsets, but we're hoping Xiaomi manages to patch this out in a future performance update.

However, I won't blame the Redmi Note 5 Pro since it's more a case of the Facebook Android app being a stinking pile of unoptimised faeces than an indictment of the phone's performance. Not surprisingly, even high-end video games such as Modern Combat 5 and Asphalt 8: Airborne ran without dropped frames at the highest graphics settings.

I couldn't run any synthetic benchmarks because Xiaomi had disabled the review unit from running most popular benchmark apps. Unfortunately, Xiaomi ultimately either couldn't (or perhaps didn't intend to) unlock the review units for benchmarking. Therefore, we are unable to share synthetic performance scores, but the Redmi Note 5 Pro is easily the fastest budget phone going by the two weeks I spent putting the unit through the paces.

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Battery Life

The 4000mAh Li-Po battery of the Redmi Note 5 Pro remained unchanged from the outgoing model. The review unit was equipped with Airtel (4G) and Vodafone (3G) SIM cards, with both services being known for abysmally poor reception in Hyderabad. This affects battery life adversely. Furthermore, I have two email accounts configured, with plenty of resource hungry social media and messaging apps, in addition to nearly a hundred other apps ' all installed and logged in. We also spent the first few battery cycles adding certain files and performing certain tasks to emulate long term usage.

So when I saw a screen-on time of 11 hours and a total up time of 26 hours with moderate usage, I let the battery cycle a few more times before putting it through the paces with heavy HTML5 video, some 4G usage, significant GPS navigation, and some gaming, in addition to the usual messaging and social media app consumption. Even then, I could only manage to bring down the screen-on time to 9 hours, with the total up time remaining constant at 26 hours.

I can't tell for sure what's responsible for this astounding power efficiency ' the new Snapdragon 636 SoC or Xiaomi's optimisation, or both ' but that's matters little when the Redmi Note 5 Pro categorically delivers the best-in-class battery backup.

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If you head over to our Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 review, it's quite evident that the phone is the segment leader in itself. Why consider the Note 5 Pro at all then? Well, for a few thousand bucks extra, you get a significantly faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi radio and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. It's no secret that the increased resolution also puts a strain on the Snapdragon 625 underpinnings of the plain-vanilla Redmi Note 5. With the Note 5 Pro, you are guaranteed a lag and stutter free experience at all times, even in demanding games thanks to the Adreno 509 GPU.

The terrific dual-camera setup is another strong factor, because it not only blows everything in its segment out of the water, tbut it even embarrasses high-end phones costing many times more. Thanks to its terrific performance, phenomenal camera, modern bezel-less design, and overall polish and optimisation, it's hard to recommend anything over the Redmi Note 5 Pro. In fact, just spend a few thousand extra and get it over the Redmi Note 5, because the value offered is simply unbeatable at its sticker price of ₹14,000.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro Details

Introduction and Display
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is a mid-range offering from the China-based smartphone vendor. The device sports a metal unibody design which is accentuated  with curved edges on all sides that make it look and feel classy. The fingerprint scanner is situated at the back, below the camera module. In terms of display, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro boasts a 5.9-inch Full HD+ screen which is bright and reproduces vibrant images that help make games and videos more enjoyable. 
Platform and Connectivity
On the connectivity front, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro ships with all the standard connectivity options which include 4G with VoLTE support, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and a microUSB 2.0 port. One also gets dual SIM support with the Redmi Note 5 Pro. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro runs the Android 7.1 Nougat operating system based on MIUI 9 out of the box. 
Camera and Performance
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro comes with a dual rear camera setup that is capable of capturing good quality images and videos in both bright and dark conditions. At the back, the smartphone sports dual 12+5-megapixel sensors that also has an LED flash to aid in dull lighting conditions. On the front, the handset is armed with a 20-megapixel front-facing shooter. With its Beautify 4.0 and a front-facing selfie flash, you can expect great self-portraits with this shooter. Moerover, the handset ensures smooth and seamless performance as it is powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core Snapdragon 636 chipset which is coupled with 4GB of RAM. 
Battery and Storage
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is backed by a big non-removable Li-Ion 4,000mAh cell which can readily last throughout the day. For installing apps and storing data, there is 64GB of internal storage space which can be further expanded using a microSD card up to 128GB. 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro Price in India

StoreDetails Price Mi redmi note 5 pro (gold, 4gb ram, 64gb storage) ₹12,790

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro Specifications


Launch Date February 22, 2018 (Official)
Processor Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 636
Rear Camera Dual (12MP + 5MP)
Internal Memory 64 GB
Screen Size 5.99 inches (15.21 cms)
Battery Capacity 4000 mAh


Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 636
No Of Cores 8 (Octa Core)
CPU 1.8GHz, Quad core, Kryo 260 1.6GHz, Quad core, Kryo 260
Architecture 64-bit
Fabrication 14 nm
Graphics Adreno 509


Build Metal frame Metal back panel
Height 6.24 inches (158.6 mm)
Width 2.97 inches (75.4 mm)
Thickness 0.31 inches (8 mm)
Weight 181 grams
Colors Black, Gold, Red, Rose Gold, Lake Blue
Screen Unlock Fingerprint, Face unlock


Resolution 1080 x 2160 pixels
Aspect ratio 18:9
Display Type IPS LCD, 2.5D Curved Glass
Size 5.99 inches (15.21 cms)
Pixel Density 403 pixels per inch (ppi)
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass v3, Scratch-resistant glass
TouchScreen Yes, Capacitive, Multi-touch
Color Reproduction 16M Colors
Screen to body percentage 77.43 %


Rear camera setup Dual
Rear camera (Primary) 12 MP resolutionf/2.2 aperture2.9" sensor size1.25µm pixel size
Rear camera (Secondary) 5 MP resolutionDepth lensf/2.0 aperture1.12µm pixel size
Front camera setup Single
Front camera (Primary) 20 MP resolutionf/2.2 aperture2.8" sensor size1µm pixel size
Sensor Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor
Flash Dual-color LED Rear flashLED Front flash
Video Resolution (Rear) 1920x1080 @ 30 fps
Video Resolution (Front) 1920x1080 @ 30 fps
Camera Features Auto Flash Auto Focus Face detection Touch to focus
Shooting Modes Continuos Shooting High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)


Type Li-Polymer
Capacity 4000 mAh
Removable No
Standby Time Up to 456 Hours (2G)
Fast Charging Yes, Quick, v2.0
Wireless Charging No


Internal Memory 64 GB
Memory type eMMC 5.1
Storage available for user 52.4 GB
Expandable Memory Yes, microSD, Up to 128 GB (Hybrid Slot)


Operating System Android v7.1.2 (Nougat)
Custom UI MIUI


SIM Configuration Dual SIM SIM1: Nano SIM2: Hybrid
Network SIM1: 4G, 3G, 2GSIM2: 4G, 3G, 2G
Voice over LTE(VoLTE) Yes
Wi-Fi Yes, with a/ac/b/g/n/n 5GHz
Wi-fi features Wi-Fi Direct, Mobile Hotspot
Bluetooth Bluetooth v5.0
USB microUSB 2.0, Mass storage device, USB charging, USB On-The-Go
USB OTG Support Yes
GPS Yes with A-GPS, Glonass
NFC Chipset No
Infrared Yes


Speaker Yes
Audio Jack Yes, 3.5mm
Video Player Yes, Video Formats: H.263, H.264, H.265, M4V, MKV, MP4


Fingerprint sensor Yes, Rear
Face Unlock Yes
Other Sensor Light sensorProximity sensorAccelerometerCompassGyroscope
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