Skip to main content

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Singapore

Last night I went to the Mi store at Vivocity to get an emergency phone.

I bought the Redmi Note 5.

One of our phones is cranky and we can't live without the device on our face. 🤓
We wanted the humongous Mi Max 3 (for lauhuayen), but it is not available.

So out of the other choices in the store,  I chose the Redmi Note 5 based on 3 criteria.
1. Must have Dual lens main camera
2. Minimum 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM
3. Cost less than S$500

There were 3 contenders with dual lens. The Redmi S2, the Mi Mix 2 and the Redmi Note 5.

Check out the Redmi S2

Check out the Mi Mix 2

Good Camera is important because we need to document our daily lives. 😎
The Redmi S2 memory is only up to 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM.
Shooting and editing video every day require lots of memory.
The Mi Mix 2 is above S$500, though I desire this bezel-less notch-less phone.
Next, I am going to document a Redmi Note 5 camera test review.

Subscribe to watch ▶
Adrian Lee


Popular posts from this blog

How to Connect an External Video Camera to MacBook Pro for Live Streaming

ATEM Television Studio HD Setup with OBS Live Streaming - Updated June 6, 2018  In this video, I walk through my multi-camera live streaming setup using the Blackmagic Design ATEM Television Studio HD via MacBook Pro and OBS.
2-Camera Live Video Switching with BlackMagic and OBS - Updated May 4, 2018 In this video, I walk through my 2-camera live streaming setup using Blackmagic Design Ultrastudio Mini Recorders on a MacBook Pro via OBS.
Feel free to leave comments and questions.
The original "idea" journal posted on Aril 28, 2015. I have a request to shoot a corporate internal talk and stream it to a live audience in seven different countries.

First 3 things that came to mind is...

1. Video conferencing system.
2. Google+ Hangouts On Air with YouTube Live.
3. Other Streaming services like Ustream.

Video conferencing system is out as that would require a whole set of dedicated equipment.

All I have at this point is.


MacBook Pro Built-in Internal Microphone Location

Where is the built-in internal microphone on the MacBook Pro Retina 15?
There's two of them and both are situated inside the left speaker vent.

The dual built-in microphones are designed tor educe background noise from behind the notebook. The also create an adaptive audio beam that intelligently adjusts to detect your voice — instead of the noise around you.
Adrian Lee

How to Clear Cache Memory in Premiere Pro CC

After editing several projects in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, the available memory space on your computer will seem to reduce very quickly.  One way to solve this is to remove temporary files created by Premiere Pro.
Go to Preferences.Select Media.Click on Clean under Media Cache Database.

Adrian Lee