Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Review: A Great Phone for a Great Price

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Review: A Great Phone for a Great Price

After the success of its budget-friendly Redmi Note 5 Pro, Xiaomi has updated its design, display, and camera in the all-new Redmi Note 10 Pro with updated processor and battery life. Is it worth your money? We put it to the test to find out! The Redmi Note 10 Pro features a 6.3-inch FHD+ LCD display with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and pixel density of ~402 ppi.

About the phone

If you’re looking for a new phone with the latest processor and fantastic camera, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro is an excellent choice. For an amazingly low price of £379.99, you get everything you need in one device without spending your whole paycheck on it. The 6.3-inch display feels great to use and the battery life lasts all day long.

All these features come together in an affordable package that’s easy to take with you everywhere you go. Compared to most other phones on the market, this model really shines when it comes to performance and camera quality. As a budget option, there are cheaper options out there but they usually don’t perform as well as this phone does. With plenty of storage available and quick charging, I would highly recommend getting the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro if you’re in the market for a new smartphone!

Battery Life

As with most new phones, the first thing I tested on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro was battery life. On a full charge, I got about four hours of screen-on time (SOT). This isn’t the best in its category but it does beat out some of its competition. The phone features Quick Charge 3.0 so it doesn’t take long to get it back up to 100%. Additionally, MIUI offers three power modes: high performance, balanced and saving. These are customizable based on your needs and each mode can change your battery life dramatically as well as disabling various background services or adjusting CPU frequency automatically.

In order to see how different these modes are, I decided to conduct my own tests with each one over a two day period. With High Performance enabled, my battery drained from 100% to 20% in just under four hours; this means that it would last roughly 12 hours before needing a recharge. With Balanced enabled however, I still had 42% at the end of two days; this would translate into 25+ hours before needing another charge cycle.

Saving mode has been known to extend battery life even further by limiting how much juice is used and what apps can run in the background which will be great for those who need extra time away from their charger! Redmi Note 10 Pro’s cameras were one of the aspects I looked forward to testing out when getting my hands on this device.

Overall, I’m satisfied with the results though there are a few caveats. Starting off with image quality, both front and rear cameras deliver vibrant colors and rich details in pictures; there is no blurriness or distortion across frames. Video quality suffers quite a bit due to not having OIS capabilities – it can be hard to stay steady enough when capturing videos especially if you’re moving around too much.

What I love about it (Pros)

Since Xiaomi is one of the cheapest major smartphone manufacturers, they’re able to produce high-quality products at an affordable price. One such phone is the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro. It comes with Android 9.0 Pie and has a 49.3% screen-to-body ratio, making it one of the best smartphones on the market in terms of value and design.

There’s also an advanced 12MP+5MP camera system that takes great pictures with wide dynamic range and low noise in dim environments. Plus, there’s Wi-Fi ac and LTE 4G+, which offers faster data speeds when paired with compatible carriers! The Redmi Note 10 Pro does have a few cons though, like its poor performance in the sunlight and lower battery life than its competitors. Still, if you want a powerful device without breaking your bank account, then this is definitely worth considering.

Things I don’t like about it (Cons)

At Rs.13,499, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro is an absolute steal. It has top-of-the-line specifications in all aspects that you can think of and delivers the most bang for your buck. However, I do wish that the display had at least a wide gamut or NTSC certification because it is really not enjoyable to watch videos on YouTube or any video app for long periods of time.

The camera does get quite warm when shooting under direct sunlight but that’s something that’s unavoidable. What I like about this phone (Pros): The cameras are amazing, especially considering the price point; even though there are no water resistance certifications whatsoever on this phone, it doesn’t make me worry as much since my phone won’t be exposed to such high levels of moisture often; everything else is absolutely brilliant.

 Final Thoughts

This is an absolutely fantastic phone that’s priced competitively and offers great specs. It feels like the best bang-for-your-buck phone that I’ve ever seen in my life, because it offers excellent performance and the battery life lasts all day long.

That combined with the 5G being available makes this an amazing deal. The downside of this phone is the build quality of the body – it’s not as durable as other phones on the market, so if you’re looking for something that will withstand any drops or accidental knocks then you may want to try one of Xiaomi’s other devices instead. This has been a great phone and it does everything I need without fail, but there are areas that could be improved upon which would make this phone even better. There’s no headphone jack, and it doesn’t come with any type of case either.

I also noticed that when the camera is facing up towards someone’s face during video recording their eyes can appear red or like they have bloodshot eyes. There’s also a bit of graininess present in photos taken at night time, but these issues aren’t too much of a problem since they don’t happen too often. If these were fixed this would be an almost perfect device!

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