5 Best Xiao­mi Red­mi Note 8 Pro Accessories

Namrata Gogoi

Powered by an Helio G90T chipset and a 4,500 mAh battery, the Redmi Note 8 Pro is one of Xiaomi's latest smartphones, and boy, it's a bang for the buck deal. But as we all know, a smartphone is more than its hardware. The right combination of apps and accessory can surely enhance your overall experience by several folds.

5 Best Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro Accessories

In this post, we have rounded up some of the best products and smartphone accessories for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro. Not only will they boost your experience, but they will also help you get the most out of your phone.

Let's get started, shall we?

1. Earphones: Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones

Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones​

The Mi Bluetooth Neckband by Xiaomi features a neckband that you can loop around your neck. The sound quality is excellent with pronounced bass, and these qualities make it an ideal companion to your Redmi Note 8 Pro. Plus, the passive noise cancellation is spot on, something which comes to use in crowded areas or during your commute.

Unlike most wireless earphones, the Mi Neckband features a stiff band. However, let that not dissuade you from buying the, for the band is quite comfortable. The ends of the buds are magnetic, though they are a bit weak.

They are powered by a 120 mAh battery which promises a battery life of around 8 hours. Plus, it has support for Bluetooth 5.0, and the range is also pretty decent.

The catch? These headphones take a little more time than usual to charge. And the micro-USB charging port means that you'll need to carry a separate wire for charging.

If the above features sound limiting to you, you can try out the Realme Wireless Buds. They are available in almost the same price range. The good news is that the band is flexible, and they do not take a long to charge.

2. Adapters: AmazonBasics USB Type-C Converter

AmazonBasics USB Type-C to USB 3.1 Converter

If you regularly transfer a huge number of files, the Amazon Basics USB Type-C converter should be on your list of must-have products. It's a great accessory and works as advertised. All you need to do is plug the other end of the converter to USB drives.

Compared to some of its peers, the price is a little low. But you can rest assured that the transfer speed is fast, and many users on Amazon have echoed that.

But if you're looking for an inexpensive alternative, you can check out the Redsel Type C adapters. It comes in a pack of 3, and all the different adapters serve different purposes. Apart from the standard USB Type-C OTG Adapter, you'll find a Type-C to micro USB connector and an audio jack converter, though you won't be needing it much.

3. Case: Kapaver Rugged Back Cover

Kapaver Rugged Back Cover

The Kapaver Rugged Back Cover for the Redmi Note 8 Pro is for those who love bulky cases (or are careless with phones). This case comes with reinforced corners to absorb the brunt of impacts. Plus, the raised lips along the edges and the camera module make sure that the screen and the camera is kept free from scuffs and scratches.

And with a mix of matte and glossy material, it looks great on the phone. Plus, the button covers ensure that the phone stays safe from dust and grime.

The Kapaver Armored case is a bit on the expensive side, compared to most cases. Thankfully, the reviews have been good for this product on Amazon, with users praising its fit and the precise cuts.

4. Game Controllers: Noymi PUBG Mobile Game Controller

Noymi PUBG Mobile Game Controller​

If you are an avid PUBG player (check PUBG wallpapers) and looking to improve your aims, the Noymi Game Controller is the one for you. These controllers come with padding and are designed to protect the screen from damage. You simply have to attach them to the top of your phone, customize the settings, and you're ready to begin.

Plus, there are grips to keep controllers in place. At the same time, these are lightweight and durable.

Reviews for this product are amazing on Amazon, with multiple users (or should I say gamers?) praising its build quality and the response time. Plus, the fact that it doesn't damage the screen is the cherry on top.

It's very easy to lose the two controllers or triggers. Though they ship in a box, make sure you invest in a proper accessory box after you get them.

5. Power Bank: Mi 20000mAH Power Bank

Mi 20000mAH Power Bank

A 4500mAh battery powers the Note 8 Pro, and needless to say, it should power you through 1.5 days of usage. However, should you want to top it up on-the-go, especially when traveling, the 20000mAh Mi Power Bank 2i makes for a good buy. It supports 18W fast charging and even lets you charge up to two devices at the same time. Plus, topping up the power bank can be wrapped up in around 5-6 hours, thanks to the two-way fast charging.

One of the best things about the Mi Power Bank 2i is that it's slim and can be carried anywhere without any issues. Just toss it into a bag, and that's it. At the same time, it's durable and gets the job done.

Reviews have been pretty good for this one. To add to it, it also features a Low Power mode to fuel your low-power Bluetooth devices.

Jazz It Up

Well, if you want to get the most out of your new Redmi Note 8 Pro, these accessories will never be enough. For example, if you are into photography, you can invest in a stable phone tripod like the Tygot Gorilla Mini Tripod to get stable shots. Or, you can try out the ELV Selfie Lights for bright selfies and a car charger like the Anker PowerDrive AK if you do happen to charge your phone in your car.

In short, the list is endless. But before you get started, I'd say investing in a sturdy phone case is a practical solution.

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Namrata loves writing about products and gadgets. She has been working for Guiding Tech since 2017 and has around three years of experience writing features, how-tos, buying guides, and explainers. Previously she worked as an IT Analyst at TCS, but she found her calling elsewhere.