Xiaomi Redmi Y1 Lite Vs The Nokia 2 – Battle Of The 7 Grand Phones
Smartphones nowadays, are no longer a luxury. Smartphones have become an affordable necessity that keeps on moving in two directions. On one hand, we saw the thousand dollar or the “1 lakh” barrier being crossed by the iPhone X this year, and on the other hand we have much more affordable Android phones which do not skim down on quality.
Xiaomi and HMD Global recently launched two Android phones at the same price tag of Rs 6999. While Xiaomi has slowly reached the pinnacle of the Indian smartphone market, HMD Global and Nokia are still trying to find its feet after a lengthy absence from the scene.
Today, lets stack the two budget giants against each other and see which phone trumps the other one!
|Specifications||Xiaomi Redmi Y1 Lite||Nokia 2|
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|Display||5.5 inch IPS LCD||5 inch TFT|
|Display Resolution||1280 x 720 px||1280 x 720 px|
|OS||Android 7.1 Nougat
MIUI 8.5 (Update to MIUI 9 guaranteed)
|Android 7.1 Nougat
Stock Android OS
|Chipset||Qualcomm Snapdragon 425||Qualcomm Snapdragon 212|
|GPU||Adreno 308||Adreno 304|
|Storage||16GB, Expandable up to 128GB||8GB, Expandable up to 128GB|
|Battery||3080 mAh||4100 mAh|
|Primary Camera||13MP f/2.0||8MP|
|Secondary Camera||5MP with f/2.4 aperture||5MP|
|Other Features||Pro selfie mode||None|
On pure specifications, the Redmi Y1 Lite is ahead of the Nokia 2 in almost every aspect except the battery. MIUI is an Android skin people love to hate, and it depends on you whether you prefer the customisability but, a certain level of unpredictability of this skin.
However, if you are on the lookout for a secondary device which you need just for calling, then a 4100 mAh battery and stock Android OS could be the way to go.