The Redmi Note line has rarely disappointed as a budget series. Its previous iterations offered good performance and value for money. The Redmi Note 10 line is seemingly no exception.
There are four models in the new lineup, with each offering a different headlining feature. Looking for a smartphone with big numbers? The range-topping Redmi Note 10 Pro packs a 108MP shooter and a 6.67-inch 120Hz AMOLED. 5G smarts are offered by the Redmi Note 10 5G, which pairs a 90Hz LCD with a MediaTek Dimensity 700. The other two Redmi Note 10 devices strip out the 5G and high refresh rate screens but instead pack quad-camera arrays and 60Hz OLED panels.
This strategy does mean that while each device excels at something, it lacks in another. For instance, if you want the Redmi Note 10 5G, you’ll have to settle for slower charging and a weaker rear camera array. The range-topping Redmi Note 10 Pro lacks 5G connectivity.
Despite their key differences, all four models pack batteries no smaller than 5,000mAh, 3.5mm headphone jacks, and come with Android 11. They all start at respectable price points, too. The Redmi Note 10 kicks off the lineup at Rs 11,999 (~$165), while the highest-spec Pro Max (the global Redmi Note 10 Pro) comes in at Rs 21,999 (~$303).
All in all, Xiaomi has another solid offering on its hand — at least on paper. But what do you think? Is the Redmi Note 10 series hot or not?
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