Redmi Note 10 Premium Features

Redmi Note 10 Premium Features

Redmi Note 10 Premium Features. Since last year starting with the Poco X3 NFC, Xiaomi is seen starting to include some premium functions and features on their budget devices. Among them are stereo speakers. The Redmi Note 10 and Redmi Note 10 Pro support stereo speakers and it can produce a fairly loud and resounding sound. This makes both devices support the speaker cleaning function if water or dust is included.

Audio quality is just average. The speakers of this device are more to loud only and do not have good definition or profile. It’s more of a flat and doesn’t have a loud rattling bass. This may not be a problem due to the affordable selling price of the Xiaomi technology. Not only that, the device also still retains a 3.5mm audio jack port for use with other audio accessories.


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Both these devices use 5000mAh (Normal) and 5020mAh (Pro) battery capacity with 33W fast charging support. The fast charging system is wired, which is based on Quick Charge 3. This means, users can use other chargers that have QC3 support and can reach 33W. It is safer to use only the available chargers, if not looking for a universal GaN or PD.

Battery life is among the best in Xiaomi’s mid -range devices. Both Redmi Note 10s have more or less the same durability. If you look at the screenshot image above, it’s a little different because the MIUI 12 on the regular Redmi Note 10 and Redmi Note 10 Pro are a little different. But both can achieve up to 9-10 hours of SOT in two days without any problems with light use.

Extreme use, around 6-8 hours a day is definitely no problem. We test playbacks, cameras, social media apps, streaming audio and video – all of which can last a full day. Light use such as just social media and surfing the web only, two days can only these two devices last. What is not interesting is that the 33W power is not as fast as any and normal. Then, the device heats up slightly while charging the device.

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