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Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 review: The best just got better

The Redmi Note 5 shares the same foundations as its predecessor, but introduces a few key upgrades for 2018. Xiaomi had a landmark year in 2017, edging past Samsung to become the largest handset manufacturer in India. A lot of that momentum was down to the success of the Redmi Note 4, which was the best-selling phone in the subcontinent last year. As such, there's a lot riding on the Redmi Note 5.
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