Xiaomi recently Lunched Redmi Note series smartphones globally. The company debuted the much-anticipated Note 10 series about a month ago. Among the 3 new devices, Redmi Note 10 is the cheapest one And Packed With Full Power. And now, Xiaomi Nepal has officially Lunched Redmi Note 10 in Nepal. Let’s learn more about the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 including its features, specs, price in Nepal, and more.
Redmi Note 10 Key Specs :-
- Body: 160.5×74.5×8.3mm, 179g; Gorilla Glass 3 front, plastic back and frame; IP53, dust and splash protection.
- Display: 6.43″ Super AMOLED, 450 nits (typ), 1100 nits (peak), 1080x2400px resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio, 409ppi.
- Chipset: Qualcomm SDM678 Snapdragon 678 (11 nm)
- CPU :- Octa-core (2×2.2 GHz Kryo 460 Gold & 6×1.7 GHz Kryo 460 Silver)
- GPU :- Adreno 612.
- Memory: 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM; UFS 2.2; microSD (dedicated slot).
- OS/Software: Android 11, MIUI 12.
- Rear camera: Wide (main): 48 MP, f/1.8, 26mm
- Ultra wide angle: 8 MP, f/2.2,
- Macro: 2 MP
- Depth: 2 MP
- Front camera: 13 MP, f/2.5, (wide)
- Video capture: Rear camera: 4K@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps; Front camera: 1080p@30fps.
- Battery: 5000mAh; Fast charging 33W
- Misc: Fingerprint reader (side-mounted); FM radio, recording; Infrared port; 3.5mm jack, No NFC.
- Redmi Note 10 Price In Nepal :-
- 4/64GB NPR 21,999
- 4/128 GB = NRP 22,999
- 6/128GB NPR 24,999
Redmi Note 10 Display :-
The 6.43-inch display has a full-HD+ resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. Brightness goes up to 1100nits peak which is enough for apps like YouTube to display HDR videos with boosted brightness, although HDR isn’t listed on the spec sheet. You can adjust the color tone or switch to Reading Mode which makes everything appear warmer, which Xiaomi says can reduce eye strain.
One of the most popular mid-range series globally, the Redmi Note Series, recently got an upgrade. Xiaomi has introduced a new “Evol” design language which freshens up the Redmi Note 10 series . the main bit of design flair we see is the camera module on the rear. The four lenses, all of different sizes, are arranged in a chunky but rounded panel that protrudes by about 1mm from the rear.
The 6.43-inch screen and it is relatively narrow borders, the Redmi Note 10 is actually quite easy to hold and manage,Thanks to the 6.43-inch screen and its relatively narrow borders. At 8.3mm thick and 178.8g in weight, even one-handed use isn’t much of a problem. The Redmi Note 10 is not only easier to handle than the Redmi Note 9, but also Feels Premium And pretty convenient overall, considering its features and price.
Redmi Note 10 Design :
The rest of the rear panel is completely plain if you choose the Frost White or Shadow Black options, though the Aqua Green colour does have a slight gradient. Each of the three has a matching frame, which is flattened on the top and bottom. The rear panel curves at the sides to offer a comfortable grip. I liked the matte texture of the rear panel, and it doesn’t get smudged very easily which means this phone still looks good after being used for a while.
The silver ring around the front camera, which is embedded into the top – centre of the screen is highly reflective and can be distracting when gaming or watching video, which defeats the entire purpose of having an embedded camera. The fingerprint sensor is integrated into the power button on the side. It’s quite small and shaped like a regular button rather than being slightly recessed. It seemed quick and accurate enough in use, even with such a small surface area.
Redmi Note 10 Ports And Others :-
The Redmi Note 10 has stereo speakers. There are extra speaker holes on the top, though it appears that Xiaomi is using the earpiece itself as a speaker, which is weaker than the main one on the bottom. There’s also the company’s trademark infrared emitter on the top for controlling appliances with. The tray on the left has slots for two Nano-SIMs and a microSD card. Thankfully, there’s a 3.5mm audio socket on the bottom next to the USB Type-C port.
Redmi Note 10 Protections And Others :-
The screen is made of Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and an adhesive protective film is pre-applied. You also get a simple plastic case in the box. What’s most interesting is the IP53 rating for splash and dust resistance which is very uncommon at this price level.
Redmi Note 10 Internal Components :-
The processor of choice for this generation is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 678. A recently launched upper-mid-range option which improves very slightly on the Snapdragon 675. It has two Kryo 460 Gold CPU cores running at 2.2GHz and the same six Kryo 460 Silver cores running at 1.7Ghz for low-power situations. There is 4GB or 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM, and 64GB or 128GB of UFS 2.2 storage .
Redmi Note 10 specifications and software :
As of now, Redmi Note 10 units in the market will come running MIUI 12 based on Android 11. My unit had version 12.0.1 and didn’t get any security updates beyond the January 2021 security patch, which is okay but not ideal. The company does promise a huge update with MIUI 12.5 which is coming soon. It also says you can expect at least quarterly security updates for around three years and one or two major Android version updates, but that isn’t set in stone.
The biggest change coming with MIUI 12.5 will be the removal of all promotional content, advertising notifications, Lockscreen ads, and bloatware.
Xiaomi says it wants to give power to the users, and so nearly all apps will be removable with the exception of the absolute essentials such as the Dialler, camera, clock, and settings apps. It should be interesting to see how this plays out, but for now you’ll have to deal with all these annoyances. Some of the preloaded apps, such as Netflix, Facebook, LinkedIn, Zili, Mi Remote, Mi Credit, and Mi Store are already removable, but others including Mi Pay, Music, and Share Me are not.
MIUI does have a lot of functionality that goes beyond stock Android, such as floating windows, a Game Turbo mode, plenty of home screen customisation options, optional gesture navigation, and iOS-like UI shortcuts. You don’t get all the features of the Remi Note 10 Pro and Pro Max, for instance, there’s no Second Space private profile, and there are fewer creative camera modes.
Redmi Note 10 Battery And Connectivity :-
The Redmi Note 10 has a 5000mAh battery. It can be charged at up to 33W, and a USB Type-C charger matching that rating is included. Battery life is good overall, and you should be able to get through at least one full day without having to reach for the charger.
The Redmi Note 10 has more than enough power to run everyday apps and tasks smoothly. It’s also relatively light and convenient to use. The fingerprint sensor is responsive.
The screen is bright and crisp, with rich colours. You can customise the tone but the reflective ring around the front camera is annoying at times. There’s an always-on display feature that isn’t active by default and doesn’t actually always stay on – you still have to tap the screen to see the time, battery status and notifications, so you might as well just use the tap-to-wake gesture. The Redmi Note 10 does have Widevine L1 DRM certification so you can stream at high resolution.
Redmi Note 10 cameras :-
There’s nothing unusual or pathbreaking about the Redmi Note 10’s photography capabilities. You get a very standard 48-megapixel main rear camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and the very basic 2-megapixel macro and depth sensors which companies use to fulfil that “quad camera” marketing requirement on budget phones.
The Redmi Note 10 camera also lacks many of the software touches that its more expensive siblings offer. The vlog, dual exposure, clone, and dual video modes are missing, potentially due to the more modest processor, but this is still surprising. You can record 4K 30fps video, and slow-motion capture goes up to 960fps at 720p. Selfie looked ok, but skin textures and details are weak when see at full magnification. Beautification is on by default. The selfie portrait mode works well enough and separated the background accurately.
Note 10 Video Recording Quality :-
Video recorded in the daytime is relatively smooth. At 4K, colors tend to get overblown and there’s an unnaturally warm tone. Even the wide-angle camera does okay, though detail is less crisp. At night, the lack of stabilisation is evident if you’re moving around while recording, but detail even in moving objects is decent if you stand still. 4K video still looks way too warm and there’s noticeable jitter when moving. The wide-angle camera produced wobbly footage which was much darker and murkier in terms of detail. [ Oneplus 9 Review ]
Redmi Note 10 Price in Nepal :
Redmi Note 10 Is launched in Nepal at a price Of [ 4+64 GB = NRP 21,999 ], [ 4+128 GB = NRP 22,999 ] And [ 6 +128 GB = NRP 24,999 ]
The Redmi Note 10 doesn’t push any major new boundaries for a budget phone, which is a little disappointing considering how popular its predecessors have been. It offers a striking new design, solid performance for everyday tasks, good battery life, and a competent enough main rear camera. Little touches such as the AMOLED display, stereo speakers and the IP53 rating are what set the Redmi Note 10 apart from other budget Smartphones. The promise of clean, annoyance-free software is tantalising, but we have to rate this phone based on our actual experience with it at the time of review. This isn’t an exciting phone but it should prove to be quite popular in its segment.
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