Xiaomi’s upgraded budget Redmi Note 3 Pro goes up against Lenovo’s K-series handset, the Vibe K4 Note in this ultimate camera comparison. Which among these two powerhouse handsets could perform better in the camera department? Let’s all find out.
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- FULL Comparison of Redmi Note 3 vs Vibe K4 Note
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- Lenovo Vibe K4 Note unboxing, first impressions
- Redmi Note 3 Pro VS Redmi 3 camera comparison
The Vibe K4 Note is equipped with a 13MP f/2.2 aperture rear shooter, with phase detection autofocus, though in paper, the 16MP f/2.0 aperture rear shooter of the Redmi Note 3 Pro should deliver have the edge over its opponent.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro specs, PH price, features
Lenovo Vibe K4 Note specs, PH price, features
|Sensor||16MP rear shooter, phase detection autofocus||13MP rear shooter, phase detection autofocus|
|Lens||f/2.0 aperture||f/2.2 aperture|
|Video recorder||1080p at 30fps||1080p at 30fps|
|Front camera||5MP, f/2.0, 1080p video||5 MP, f/2.2|
|Flash||dual-tone LED||dual-tone LED|
|Microphones||Single / stereo||3-mic system|
By looking at the Vibe K4 Note’s daylight outputs, we can clearly conclude that it shows off a dimmer and warmer output than the Redmi Note 3 Pro. In contrast to it, the Redmi Note 3 Pro packs a cooler and lighter coloring. However, brightness is going over to the Lenovo Vibe K4 Note. For sharpness, it seems that both are fairly the same.
Low light or night shooting
In night shooting, it was clear that the Redmi Note 3 Pro was able to deliver clearer outputs than the Vibe K4 Note. Though, unfortunately, overall night shooting performance on these two handsets are rather poor, with both handsets delivering almost indistinguishable complete night shot outputs.
For selfies, we were able to determine a few key things, such as the reddish warmer colors are seen on the Redmi Note 3 Pro and the gentler colors are seen on the Vibe K4 Note. The Redmi Note 3 Pro also edged out in terms of sharpness, while brightness level was better on the Vibe K4 Note.
Both handsets are clearly different, but all the same nevertheless. Despite the expected edge of the Redmi Note 3, which was seen in paper, the Vibe K4 Note was still able to perform, though it wasn’t as satisfactorily as expected.
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