On paper, the Redmi Note 5 Pro and Nokia 6.1 Plus have similitudes in the engine and are valued intensely near each other.

Both the Nokia 6.1 Plus and the Redmi Note 5 Pro offer tremendous value for money.
The spending fragment, a noteworthy main impetus in creating markets, is dominated by any semblance of Xiaomi's Redmi Note 5 Pro with its beefier equipment, great cameras, apparent battery life and highlight rich MIUI OS. In any case, the section has as of late observed another new participant from a brand with loads of legacy — Nokia. Under HMD Global's supervision, they have turned out with the 6.1 Plus, which clearly turns another page for the brand and grasps current outline patterns head-on. The gadget takes after another top notch outline rationality, consolidating a 19:9 indented show, a glass raise body, respectably intense equipment and a better than average match of optics. 

On paper, the Redmi Note 5 Pro and Nokia 6.1 Plus have similitudes in the engine and are valued intensely near each other. In this way, why not set them against each other in a straight on examination?

Photo: Nokia 6.1 Plus and Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro
Configuration, Display: 

The Nokia 6.1 Plus has unarguably outstanding amongst other outlines in the spending section with an all screen indent show enveloped by perfect glass boards and held together by a metal undercarriage. The cell phone is minimized and feels pleasant to hold for a more drawn out timeframe. Be that as it may, an all-glass body makes the gadget significantly more delicate and elusive. There is a slight propensity for the telephone to slide around when kept on a level hard surface. Additionally, it doesn't give an agreeable hold that a metal body offers.

Photo: Nokia 6.1 Plus and Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro
The Redmi Note 5 Pro, then again, is smooth and premium, and games a rich metal unibody plan that mix with the plastic piece well on the best and base. As the telephone is restricted, it fits effectively into your hands. Notwithstanding, the Note 5 Pro does exclude an indent and has an obvious bezel on the best and a bigger jaw. The telephone offers the old miniaturized scale USB port and not the USB Type-C when contrasted with the 6.1 Plus. Xiaomi packs a body of evidence for insurance against physical harms, tragically, Nokia doesn't package for a situation given that the glass body on the 6.1 Plus is more inclined to harm. 

Both the telephones highlight a double back camera setup with a double blaze module alongside a back mounted unique mark sensor. The Note 5 Pro has a comparable outline dialect that we have seen in numerous different gadgets in 2018 and the Nokia 6.1 Plus takes after its own particular plan theory which looks exemplary and present day in the portion.

Photo: Nokia 6.1 Plus
The Nokia 6.1 Plus grasps a 5.8-inch 19:9 FHD+ screen and the Note 5 Pro games a 5.99-inch full HD+ show. Both the show's render genuinely energetic hues with not too bad differentiations. In any case, HMD Global here appears to have completed a great job by cleaving the bezels down and including a step, additionally giving a full-screen immersive show. A higher screen-to-body proportion result in littler bezels and a minimal factor, consequently making the Nokia 6.1 Plus additionally engaging. 

Execution: 

What's more, this is the place the opposition starts in obvious pith. Both the Redmi Note 5 Pro and the Nokia 6.1 Plus keep running on a similar Snapdragon 636 SoC, which one of the chipsets outside the Qualcomm's lead 800-arrangement to include custom Kryo centers, giving best-in-class execution. The Nokia 6.1 Plus comes in single variation — 4GB/64GB arrangement (expandable up to 400GB). Furthermore, the Redmi Note 5 Pro is offered in 4GB/64GB and 6GB/64GB design. Both the telephones offer a half and half double SIM opening which can suit two nano-SIMs or a microSD card in the second space.

Photo: Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro
Both the cell phones are a smooth sprinter in reality and perform well while playing easygoing and in addition the asset serious amusements. Be that as it may, while playing graphical concentrated title, we found that the default was consequently set to bring down illustrations. Besides, the cell phones cruise as the day progressed to-day performing multiple tasks. 

Photo: Nokia 6.1 Plus
To check the genuine capability of these telephones we put them to their paces in AnTuTu benchmark. The Nokia 6.1 Plus scored a normal of 116281 while the Redmi Note 5 Pro scored dealt with a marginally bring down normal of 106697. The Nokia's 6.1 Plus scored higher, which is for the most part because of the lighter and more proficient stock Android interface though the Note 5 Pro incurs significant injury on the execution because of broad adjustments and bloatware over the base working framework. Be that as it may, in reality, the execution is entirely close.

Photo: Nokia 6.1 Plus and Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro
The UI is additionally smooth and we didn't see any slack or falter while flicking between the customary applications. Be that as it may, with regards to programming, the 6.1 Plus appears to have a slight edge over the Redmi Note 5 Pro, as the previous gadget offers an unadulterated stock Android Oreo involvement with a clean, advanced, swell free and simple to-utilize UI with a guarantee of up to two long stretches of security refresh. While stock Android has its professionals, it misses out on a considerable measure of significant worth included advantages that Xiaomi's MIUI offers. It accompanies a great deal of highlights and customisations that you don't get in stock Android. Things like topic bolster, App bolt, Dual applications (which lets one utilize two windows of a solitary application with various records), Second space (this encourages one make a different profile on a similar gadget), Caller ID (this distinguishes obscure numbers and furthermore cautions if that is a spam) and significantly more. Be that as it may, it comes with some measure of bloatware as well. 

Pushing forward, Nokia has so far not disillusioned with regards to conveying the most recent Android refreshes. Our survey unit was running on the August Android security fix at the season of composing. The 6.1 Plus is said to get the most recent Android 9 Pie as and when it is formally discharged in the market and this is something that we can't affirm for the Redmi Note 5 Pro. While it was a touch of disillusioning that the last was running on the dated Android 7.1.1 Nougat (based MIUI 9) — given that the Android 9 Pie is out — fortunately the cell phone has now gotten the most recent MIUI 9.5.6 refresh in view of Android 8.1 Oreo however is running the July Android security fix. 

Camera 

Presently, this is the place the Redmi Note 5 Pro has a slight edge over the 6.1 Plus. The previous cell phone packs a double camera setup, including a 12MP f/2.2 sensor and a 5MP sensor for detecting profundity for the Portrait mode. The Note 5 Pro catches great shots with a decent measure of subtle elements and sharpness. It renders consistent with life hues and handles light metering admirably. The gadget figures out how to catch tolerable shots in low light, with less subtle elements and clamor present. Furthermore, the picture quality debases around evening time. The camera takes great selfies however because of the beautification mode, the photo contains less subtle elements. 

Going to the Nokia 6.1 Plus, it includes a double back camera framework, including a 16MP f/2.0 sensor and a 5MP f/2.4 sensor, tuned for picture modes. The handset in light catches sensibly fresh and definite shots. Nonetheless, a considerable measure of oversaturation is unmistakably noticeable, where a couple of hues appear to be unnaturally splendid. In low light, it takes normal photographs that need points of interest when contrasted with the Note 5 Pro. The selfie camera yield is not too bad.

Passing by the example shots, the Redmi Note 5 Pro and the Nokia 6.1 Plus is by all accounts on par, in any case, the Note 5 Pro takes bit better photos and displays a bigger number of subtle elements and normal hues than the Nokia 6.1 Plus. 

Battery 

The battery life of a cell phone is the principle necessity for any client. Furthermore, here one can obviously improve out which gadget performs. The Redmi Note 5 Pro accompanies an expansive 4000mAh battery, which conveys around one and a half long stretches of battery life, though the Nokia 6.1 Plus offers a littler 3060mAh battery, which just figures out how to give a whole days stamina. Unmistakably, the Redmi Note 5 Pro wins brownie focuses in this segment. Do take note of that the result of the test was to a great extent subject to the use situation, which included easygoing perusing, consistent web based life applications, music gushing, marathon watching YouTube and significantly more. 

Cost: 

Nokia 6.1 Plus (4GB/64GB) — Rs 15,999 

Redmi Note 5 Pro (4GB/64GB) — Rs 14,999 and Rs 16,999 for the 6GB/64GB variation. 

Decision: 

By and large, both the cell phones perform similarly useful for an esteem for-cash spending every day driver. Be that as it may, the Note 5 Pro gives a touch better arrangement of cameras and more advantageous battery life, while the Nokia offers glamourous glass style and stock and clean Android UI. 

In the event that stock Android, liquid execution and a trendy plan is your need, at that point the Nokia 6.1 Plus is the one you should pick. Be that as it may, the Redmi Note 5 Pro plays out a smidgen better regarding photography and conveys observably better battery life a component rich MIUI in view of Android 8.1 Oreo. Both the telephones offer huge incentive for cash, however Xiaomi's Redmi Note 5 Pro trumps Nokia's 6.1 Plus by an impressive edge.