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  • 1. Does the Redmi 8 have a noise cancelling mic?

    Yes, Redmi 8 supports active noise cancellation with a dedicated mic.
  • 2. Can two SIM cards and a SD card be used together?

    Yes, Redmi 8 can support dual SIM cards and a dedicated SD card, with expandable storage of up to 512GB.
  • 3. How can this smartphone be unlocked?

    Redmi 8 can be unlocked using AI face unlock or the fingerprint sensor.
  • 4. Can I take portrait mode photos on this smartphone?

    Yes, Redmi 8 supports AI Portrait mode on the front as well as the dual rear cameras.
  • 5. What version of Android does this smartphone run on?

    Redmi 8 comes with Android 9 and MIUI 10.
  • 6. Can I use two apps on the same screen?

    Yes, using the split screen option, you can use two apps at once.
  • 7. Does the smartphone support 4G?

    Yes. In fact, the Redmi 8 has Dual 4G VoLTE with Dual Standby.
  • 8. Can I connect my pen drive to the phone?

    Yes, it has support for USB OTG (On The Go; cable not included in the box).
  • 9. Can I shoot high quality videos on the Redmi 8?

    Yes, you can shoot Full HD (1080p) videos on the device.
  • 10. Can I play FM Radio on Redmi 8?

    Yes, the smartphone can support wireless radio without earphones.
  • 11. Can I shoot good quality photos from the rear camera?

    Yes, the Redmi 8 sports a 12MP IMX363 sensor, which has a large 1.4µm pixel size allowing for great shots.
  • 12.. Can I use my wired headphones with the Redmi 8?

    Yes, Redmi 8 comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack so you can use your earphones/headphones with the phone.
  • 13. What’s the battery life I can expect on this smartphone?

    Redmi 8 comes with a 5000mAh battery with 18W fast charging via USB Type-C, which gives up to 2 days of battery life depending on the usage.
  • 14. Can I make video calls using Redmi 8?

    Yes, Redmi 8 has an 8MP front camera which enables video calling.
  • 15. Does the Redmi 8 support operation in Hindi?

    Yes, Redmi 8 supports up to 13 India-specific languages including Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, etc.
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