Redmi Note 10 Brief Review

Redmi Note 10 Brief Review

Redmi Note 10 Brief Review. A few years ago, the Redmi was just one of Xiaomi’s only mid -range device models. All devices are sold at affordable prices and the build is plastic for all devices. Since Redmi was segregated as a sub-brand, Redmi devices are starting to become more premium and not limited to the middle class only. Redmi also has flagship devices, various laptops, connectivity devices and more.

In the blink of an eye, the Redmi Note is now in its 10th generation? Or the third generation for Redmi’s own brand, the Redmi Note 10 series. For the first time, Redmi devices are designed with a more premium design so it’s hard to know if this is an affordable device or a flagship device. The Redmi Note 10 series also for the first time uses an AMOLED screen instead of an LCD. Stylish slim design, more awesome camera and the latest processing chips. Is this the best middle class device Redmi has ever produced?

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Flagship Feels

The Redmi Note 10 series of both devices sold in Malaysia use more or less the same design. The first of the most obvious is, devices with 5000mAh and 5020mAh batteries but still remain thin. In the hand this device is delicious to hold, like holding a pinnacle device. This premium, beautiful, neat and minimalist construction makes those who can only afford a middle class device feel how to hold a flagship device.

The Redmi Note 10 uses a 6.43-inch screen and the Pro uses a 6.67-inch size, both of which are AMOLED and among the earliest to use a self-portrait camera perforated screen design in the center. The regular model has a thicker chin and looks like a regular Redmi device; but the Pro does look like a device for professional use. The next difference is that the Pro version comes with 120Hz refresh rate support, where the regular version is limited to 60Hz only.

The selected processing chips are Snapdragon 678 and Snapdragon 732G, which are two different types of processing chips. One 11nm and one 8nm. But be the question, how is the performance and experience of the use? The two are eight-core and on paper the significant difference is only 0.1GHz. So what makes the Pro more powerful than usual is the 8nm build which is more efficient from every angle for performance.

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