The camera performance of the Mi 8 lite is nothing out of the ordinary but the whole camera experience is decent, to say the least. The phone comes in with a dual rear camera set-up, the primary one is 12 MP with an additional depth sensor of 5MP which can be used to add clarity and focus to your pictures. This camera is identical to the Xiaomi Mi 8 SE which raises some serious questions regarding the popularity of the Mi 8 Lite. The camera does a good job with the portraits and the HDR autofocus enabled feature is also a massive addition, but it can not go without saying that other variants of this same phone offer a much better experience than this one.
The selfie camera is an absolute winner with it being 24 MP with all the relevant HDR and autofocus features enabled. The selfie camera results are absolutely beastly and will attract a lot of individuals.
The design and the build quality of the Mi 8 Lite is nothing short of premium. Xiaomi made their best efforts to ensure that their phone remains drop and damage-proof and to a certain extent they did succeed. The Mi 8 Lite does offer Corning Gorilla Glass protection and the phone carries a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 type screen protection but perhaps the biggest disappointment is not making the screen water and dust proof. The Mi 8 Lite had almost all the perfect characteristics to categorize it as a genuine flagship killer but some aspects of the design and protection are a major downer.
Categorically speaking, the Mi 8 series has about 5 variants and they touch most price brackets that are currently in the market. The most closely related to the Mi 8 Lite is the Mi 8 SE which is valued just a few bucks over the Mi 8 Lite. Although the Mi 8 Lite does offer tremendous value for money, if you are looking for something more faster and if you are not a fan of big screens then maybe Mi 8 SE is a better option for you.
Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite's lowest price in Pakistan is Rs.36,999.
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