May 27, 2024
Redmi 13C 5G

Redmi’s shine has diminished in the Indian market, but the company is trying to regain its reputation. The company has launched Redmi 13C 5G, which is the cheapest 5G phone of the brand. It has a 50MP camera and 5000mAh battery. Let us know whether you should buy this phone or not.

Redmi has made a new beginning to make a comeback in the Indian market. The company has launched a 5G phone for the first time in its C-series. Along with this, the brand has launched its most affordable 5G phone Redmi 13C. We have been using this phone for the last few days and a lot has become clear about it.

The company has launched this phone thoughtfully, so that it can bring back its lost credibility in the Indian market. We know Redmi phones for their low budget, big screen, fancy design and powerful features (according to the budget). The company has done something similar in Redmi 13C 5G. Let us know its details.

Redmi 13C 5G Specifications?

Display:– IPS LCD, 90Hz, 450 nits (typ), 600 nits (HBM).
Processor:– Mediatek Dimensity 6100+ (6 nm).
Camera:– 50MP dual rear and 5MP front.
Memory:– 128GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM, 256GB 8GB RAM.
Battery:– 5000 mAh, non-removable.
Price:– Starting from ₹ 10,499.

Design

Through Redmi 13C 5G, the company has tried to bring back its old shine. This phone comes with a big screen. It has a plastic back, which is glossy finished. The phone comes with boxy design. It has a single speaker, Type-C charging port, 3.5mm audio jack and side mounted fingerprint sensor.

The phone seems a little big. You get many textured finishes on the rear panel, due to which different patterns are visible. The look and design of the phone looks good as per the budget. The company has cut down on the box. You no longer get cover in this. A 10W charger is provided in the box.

Display

The smartphone has a 6.74-inch HD display, which comes with 90Hz refresh rate support. The brightness of the screen is 450Nits. Just like on paper, the brightness of the phone screen seems low in real life too. Although you can use it in daylight also, but the overall experience feels ‘light’.

Touch experience is good. There was some latency in initial use, but gradually the speed of the phone became normal. The display of the smartphone could have been improved a bit. Here the company has disappointed.

Also Read: Redmi 12 5g Review: Great Phone At a Low Price

Processor and performance

The smartphone works on MediaTek Dimensity 6100 processor. You get good performance in this and you can easily do daily work on it. You can also do gaming on this phone, but it is not made for high level gaming. On this you can play BGMI and Free Fire on low settings.

Up to 8GB of RAM is provided in the phone. RAM management is good. The smartphone comes with 128GB storage, which can be expanded with the help of micro SD card. For this, a triple card slot has been provided in the phone, which is a good thing. The handset works on MIUI 14 based on Android 13.

In this you get many bloat wears, which need to be reduced. Many companies have worked on user experience in the recent past, but Xiaomi has not done any concrete work on it yet. The overall experience at Khaur is good as per the budget.

Camera

Redmi 13C has a dual rear camera, whose main lens is 50MP. In this you get decent photos. The photos clicked from the rear camera are not very good, but considering the budget, they can be called average. However, for the price of the top model, you get 5G phones with better cameras.

The front camera is quite dull. The phone struggles to click a good selfie in low light. We understand that the company must be under pressure to make this phone affordable, but average quality cameras cannot be expected in their top variant.

Battery and other features

The phone has a 5000mAh battery, which can easily last the whole day. The smartphone supports 18W fast charging, but you only get a 10W charger in the box. With the help of this charger, it takes more than an hour and a half to charge your phone. However, there is no complaint regarding the battery life of the phone.

The smartphone has been provided with a fingerprint sensor for security, which works quite well. The fingerprint sensor is better as per the price. We have not seen any issues regarding connectivity. The speaker is of average quality.

Bottom line

Now let’s talk about whether you should buy Redmi 13C 5G. If your budget is 10 to 12 thousand rupees, then you can buy it. In this you get a powerful processor and battery. We do not consider its top variant as value for money. The screen of the smartphone is of average quality. The phone also does not attract much regarding the camera.

However, this phone is a good option according to the budget. In this you get a big screen. Long backup batteries are available. The 10W charger in the box is a bit missing. The company has also taken deductions by not providing cover. But by launching 5G phones in this budget, the company has given an option to many people.

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