|Best-in-class display||MIUI 12 needs some work|
|Cameras are quite good||Macro shooter is not good enough|
|Fast performance||Poor haptics|
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 10 smartphone has been announced in the In world smartphone market along with its big brothers Note 10 Pro and Note 10 Pro Max (review). I was very impressed with the performance of the Note 10, based on my previous standards and game performance. The notable feature of the device is the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 678 chipset, impressive design language and class leader AMOLED panel. In this review of the Redmi Note 10, it’s time to explore all aspects of the device.
Looking for the best deal under 15,000 Rs? Then Redmi Note 10 should be your best choice. It combines all the right components, such as a processor with excellent display capabilities, great cameras and a long-lasting battery. The software pushes the Redmi Note 10 aside very simply, at least until you see something from the Realme camp.
The EVOL design in the Redmi Note 10 series really won me over. The smooth matte plastic coating on the back really comforts the eyes. pearl appearance Ice White color scheme, almost immune to fingerprints. Quad Quad The camera design is almost the same as the back, and the layout is similar to the Pro versions. position compared to the top (as seen in the Pro Max) The installation quality looks solid and solid, but the phone feels extremely light in the hand (178 g) In addition, the company has an IP52 rating for dust and water resistance. Redmi Note 10 is clearly visible and feels that the device, which can fill a price tag much higher than the price of the sticker, didn’t cut any corners with the design of the Xiaomi phone, and the Redmi Note 10 is the best budget I’ve ever had. I will go so far as to say that this is an electronic phone
The Redmi Note 10 is also the only phone to offer an AMOLED display for less than Rs 15,000, apart from the old Galaxy M21. Like the Pro sisters, the regular Redmi Note 10 features 100% DCI-P3 Wide Color Gamut coverage and an FHD + (2,400 x 1,080) panel with color accuracy and dynamic range up to 60Hz above. Refresh rate when 6.4-inch screen is limited. you can always customize flawless color profiles, but in my opinion, the default settings are good enough for any review HDR10 certificate is not understandable, but WideVine L1 gives you access to HD content on Redmi Note OTT platforms. 10 also makes it easier to look outdoors in harsh sunlight. The screen brightness is about 1100 nits.
Xiaomi used a 48MP Sony IMX 582 sensor as the main camera in the four-camera installation of the Redmi Note 10. Over the years, and it’s obviously passed on to the Note 10, and when you look at pictures taken using the phone, the colors look bright and sharp, and feel a little too saturated. The fact that the dynamic range lens turns blue is great for a budget smartphone, even in cloudy weather. the details of the bright light scenarios are in place and the sensor handles the exposure well The color temperatures are impressively well maintained with the ultra wide sensor
Night photography is good on the Note 10, but I’d like the focus to be a little faster. While maintaining a constant dynamic range, the face focuses on extreme sharpening Skin tones are appropriate or missed, but the portrait mode is pretty good
In terms of performance, you get a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 678 chipset designed with an 11nm manufacturing process and using Cortex A75 and A55 cores at 2.2GHz and 2GHz, respectively. In this comparison of speed I have covered the game and comparative aspects of the phone. In short, CPU-intensive tasks are very well addressed, and include everything from multiple tasks to running multiple programs side by side or switching between multiple Chrome tabs. UFS 2.2 memory offers fast read and write speeds, while the 6 GB RAM option is fast enough for a few programs in the background. helps to work
The side fingerprint reader and face unlock work very well. You also get stereo speakers that sound better for the price. The quality of the headset and the microphone worked as I expected, and I didn’t have any problems. 4G connection in Jion’s Noida apartment
The phone comes with MIUI 12 based on Android 11 You get a 5000 mAh battery with 33 W fast charging support. Having a standard 60 Hz refresh rate panel helps, as the phone lasts a long time. I have 6-7 hours to work on the screen. The battery turnover test also returned to 27 hours, which is in the acceptable range. Thanks to the 33 W charging speed, the phone consumes about 50 percent of the battery level when charging. an hour and about 90 minutes when fully charged.
what is good
There’s not much I don’t like about the Redmi Note 10, because the device has passed the T, and I’m done with it, but no phone is perfect, and some aspects seem arrogant. Get the 4GB RAM and 64GB memory version at a base price of 31,999 Rs, which seems a bit simpler in today’s day and age.
The sense of touch desires a lot with the engine making noise with every touch of the screen.
In low light photography, the exposure cannot be controlled manually by sliding, as in many smartphones. The sensor should focus on one area after a long press, and even then the slip is sometimes not visible.
The 2-megapixel macro sensor is mainly used to charge the camera system, its output is not significantly detailed in the Pro Max, and the focal length is more than 4 cm.
The final decision
My complaints about the Redmi Note 10 are minor issues, as Xiaomi has introduced the best budget smartphone I’ve seen in the A + design for a long time. Check. Perfect cameras? Test your processing skills? Check that the battery requirements are met? Check out the stunning AMOLED panel? Check it out now, I’m having a hard time recommending another smartphone under the 31,000 Rs bracket, and there’s a good reason the Redmi Note 10 is a budget perfectionist, so the ball is now on Realme’s pitch to offer a decent opponent.