It is a pleasure to hold, and even though the screen size remains unchanged, the whole thing feels more user-friendly, and by extension, more premium than anything else in its price range. It feels well built and looks well designed, and don’t forget that battery life – something else to put in the positives column. With a 4500mAh battery, the combination of this chip and RealmeUI brings around good battery life – at least a full day and some. It uses an 8nm process technology and an Octa-core chip that help reach a clock speed of 2.3GHz. Redmi Note 10 Pro Global is paired with Adreno 618 GPU; the 6GB/8GB of RAM delivers outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens, and more.
However, the quality of the images on the Pro model is far superior, and we think it’s one of the best camera experiences in this price segment. This was probably one of the biggest surprises that caught nearly everybody off-guard on launch day. Some games cause the display to stay at 120Hz, but they are treated as applications rather than games, which means the refresh rate will drop to 60Hz when you stop interacting with the display. I found the display to be bright enough outdoors and did not encounter any issue with sunlight legibility. 128GB is priced just a bit more at Rs 31,999. To be fair, if you aren’t taken in by the pricing of the first variant that sits just under Rs 30,000 at this time, I’d recommend you get the 8GB RAM variant purely for futureproofing your purchase.
For the first time in history, a Redmi phone, let alone a Redmi Note, had entered the Mi category clearly; this was a mic-drop moment for Xiaomi. At that price, it competes with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G, Vivo X60, iQoo 7 Legend, Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro, and others. The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is expected to come with a multi-camera setup on the rear that will let you click some amazing photos and high-quality record videos. As for the key highlights, the Realme X7 Max 5G comes with a Super AMOLED display, triple rear cameras, and a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chipset. Xiaomi has cleverly made every inch of this camera bump seem intentional. For instance, even though the Note 10 Pro Max does not have any fancy focusing tricks (at least none that is advertised), there is what appears to be a laser-autofocus-like assembly on the bottom platform. Another mind-boggling thing about the Note 10 Pro Max-aside from the updated design-is how sleek it is relative to the Note 9 Pro Max.