Redmi is the go-to name in the mid-range
smartphone segment and it has been the
case for quite a time. Redmi’s Note series
has been a massive success in the South
Asian market including Nepal. The brand
has recently launched Redmi Note 9 Pro
through an event in India. However, today,
Xiaomi Nepal has officially unveiled the
Redmi Note 9 Pro in the Nepali market for
an aggressive price. As for now, let’s look
at what the device has to offer in terms
The Moto G8 Power Lite is quite chunky, with a thickness of 9.2mm,
and also a bit heavy at nearly 200g. In a world of disappearing headphone
jacks, it's nice to see that the Moto G8 Power Lite still has one.
The display is a big 6.5-inch IPS TFT LCD panel with an HD+ resolution
of 720x1600 pixels. This low resolution is not ideal for such a large panel,
due to which text and icons don't look very sharp. The fingerprint sensor
works well and is quick to unlock the phone when needed.
The clean layout of stock Android 9 Pie is always refreshing to use,
but it can feel a little too barebones at times. The Moto G8 Power
Lite uses the MediaTek Helio P35 SoC and is available in only one
configuration, which has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
This product is suitable for the children ages 3 To 12 .
Product driving motor: DC 6V4.5ah, Product maximum load weight: 70lbs,
Product rechargeable battery:DC 6V/4.5Ah*2
Easy to ride: Smooth & simple to ride. Can be operated by foot pedal & grips.
Safe and stable: Equiped with 2 small auxiliary Wheels.
Make babys ride much more safer but won't affect the stylish appearance.
Speed & charge: 3- 5 KM/H (1.8- 3.2 MPH).
Charging Time 10-12 hours (automatically controlled by intelligent charging system.)