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Xiaomi Mi 5C Review: First Phone with Surge S1 chipset

Xiaomi Mi 5C Review: First Phone with Surge S1 chipset

Xiaomi Mi 5C Review: First Phone with Surge S1 chipset

Hi guys! As it has become usual Xiaomi has been releasing one phone after another The Mi5c is one of their latest premium midrange offerings that has a great design, excellent build, and a home-brewed octa-core Surge S1 processor

Is the phone worth your attention? Of this Xiaomi Mi 5c I appreciated both the built quality and ergonomics The usability with one hand is facilitated by the very compact dimensions, and also some software features that allow you to reduce the interface with a simple gesture The design is different than what we are used to seeing on other Xiaomi smartphones Rounded lines, in fact, make it much more like an iPhone or a Huawei P10 On the back there are two glass inserts that fit perfectly into the metal shell

Later, there are the volume adjustment keys, the power / lock button and the cassette to accommodate the two nano-sized SIM cards On the front, protected by a lightly bent 25D glass on the edges, in addition to an 8 megapixel camera there are sensors of brightness, proximity and a Small customizable notifications LED The fingerprints sensor always fast in unlock is integrated into the home key, is clickable and also offers a variety of gestures For navigation in the interface, we can choose whether to use only the home key or keep both the function keys backlit and have a nice vibrating feed

At the bottom, next to the system speaker, is the USB 20 Type-C port with OTG support and the main microphone The second microphone is located on the top where there are also the 35mm audio jack and an infrared transmitter that allows us to use the Mi 5c as a universal remote Also, there is a familiar Xiaomi’s button layout that includes a physical home button, which doubles as a fingerprint scanner

It is fast, very accurate but you need to wake the phone up first in order to use it The phone is made of metal and we have nice glass-made top and bottom parts for antennas, and tactile metal buttons on the side The sound quality via the headset jack and loudspeaker are pretty good for a budget midrange phone XIAOMI MI 5C is the first with processor SURGE S1 Xiaomi Mi 5c is the first Xiaomi smartphone to integrate a proprietary processor, the Pinecone Surge S1 Also, the Mi 5c has 3GB of RAM and 64GB of on-board storage, which is, however, not expandable

The 3D gaming performance is good but not great There is quite a bit of stutter and a lot of skipped frames on the games like Asphalt 8 on the highest graphics If you play the same on medium graphics, the performance is good Other games run quite well but the phone tends to get quite warm after 20 mins of gaming My Xiaomi Mi 5c ships with the MIUI 8 Global ROM 8

1, which is still built on top of Android 60 As usual, there are plenty of customization options Xiaomi phones have been famous for Just to name a few, you can adjust display settings, choose from a variety of themes, cutomize the capacitive buttons or change the colours of the LED notification light If you want to customize the phone even further, there are a lot more other features to play with

MIUI offers many interesting features including the ability to duplicate applications or activate a second completely independent space Wide also the possibility of personalization through themes In the notifications panel we can choose the quick toggle that we want to display and also show the weather forecasts The security app, in addition to optimizing device performance, it also allows us to limit the use of data, create blacklist and manage permissions Of the various applications The camera allows you to take pictures quite fast

There are a few shooting modes including a manual mode that lets you play with some image settings You can also shoot slow-motion videos at 720p The Xiaomi Mi 5c takes really good daylight pictures There is plenty of detail and sharpness, the dynamic range adjustment is usually good and even color reproduction is not bad Videos have a maximum resolution of 4K to 30fps but are penalized by the absence of Stabilization system and a very fast focus

The selfies look pretty good too Well, there could be a bit more detail but in general, the images will do the trick for social media needs When it comes to connectivity, the phone performs well in almost all areas The call quality and signal reception are good, the Wifi speed is great and the Bluetooth works fine However, I found that once you use the GPS, which is accurate, the phone gets quite hot quickly

Finally, the HSPA+ or 3G internet speeds are much slower than they should be The Xiaomi Mi 5c sports a rather small 2860 mAh battery that performs quite well It could get me through the day but not more That means that I could get just about 35 hours of screen-on time, which is just an average result

Also, the standby times are worse than on other Xiaomi devices Finally, you can fully charge the phone quickly in just about 1:20 h So, there you have it, Xiaomi Mi 5c, the company’s first phone that has its home-brewed chipset The Mi 5c delivers in quite a few ways but there is a room for improvement in other areas First of all, the phone has a nice design, excellent build quality, sharp display and decent cameras

The Mi 5c is, however, a well-made and enjoyable smartphone to use The performance is all good, but the autonomy, in addition to the inefficient processor from the point of view of consumption, is certainly not one of its strengths as well as photographic quality Thanks for watching! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL – Tech Brothers

 

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