The Redmi Note 10 Pro isn’t just a lower-end copy of the Mi NOTE 10. The smartphone inherits the Mi’s 108 MP camera. However, it’s far from being a cheap copy, especially if you consider the fact that it’s the cheapest phone under PS300. It’s also an excellent phone, and in our opinion, one of the best phones in the sub-PS300 price range.
The camera on the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro is one of its highlights, thanks to its large, high-resolution main sensor with an aperture of f/1.9. The camera features nine-in-1 pixel-binning technology for more detailed images and increased dynamic range. Images taken with the camera take up about a quarter of the device’s storage, so you won’t have to worry about storing them. Moreover, the camera is equipped with the latest in mobile camera technology.
The Mi Note 10 Pro’s screen is impressive. It boasts a massive 5,260mAh battery and a slim body design. Its display also supports HDR10, a new standard that is becoming increasingly popular. Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro is powered by an 8-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor, including two 2.2-GHz Kryo 470 Gold cores and six 1.8-GHz Kryo 470 Silver cores. There’s also an Adreno 618 GPU to help with graphics. Mi Note 10 Pro
The Redmi Note 10 Pro sports a 6.67-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Unlike its predecessor, it features a large battery and a fast charger. The phone is light, weighing only 193g, and its curvy back and sides feel good in the hand. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly smartphone, the Redmi Note 10 Pro is worth considering. So what’s so special about it?
The camera is impressive too. The Mi Note 10 Pro’s 108MP camera has great results in daylight. It’s also a jack of all trades when it comes to imaging. It’s a good camera, but it isn’t a perfect one. However, if you’re not a professional photographer, you can choose a cheaper model without compromising on quality. You won’t regret purchasing the Mi Note 10 Pro.
In terms of specifications, the Galaxy S8 Plus both have the same processor – the Snapdragon 750G octa-core Qualcomm processor. The battery life of both phones is about the same, so they are the same. Both phones feature a fingerprint sensor and a USB-C port. The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is also lighter than the Mi Note 10 Pro. But it’s not all good news. You can always expect it to last longer than the Galaxy S8, but it might be worth waiting for.
In terms of display quality, the Mi Note 10 Pro’s screen pushes the definition of a mid-range phone. It uses AMOLED technology, which theoretically allows for 120fps performance in games. That’s an impressive feat, though it’s unlikely to happen in the Google Play Store. However, it’s worth noting that there aren’t a great many games that support triple figures.