Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max review: No 1 Smartphone Under 15000


Several times, Xiaomi has set an example in the smartphone market that knows the Indian price with its costly offerings. And that legacy looks set to continue on the recently launched Redmi Note 10 Pro Max. Although the midrange smartphone is priced (Rs 18,999 onwards), it has the potential to hit some of the current premium flagships. This top model at the end of the Redmi Note 10 series is packed with premium features, and that makes it a hard-hitting smartphone in the midrange segment.

For many reasons, the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max may be the next best item from the Xiaomi stable since the Poco F1 (review). Let's see why:

Redmi Note 10 Pro Max  of  Design and display 

Xiaomi is not known as an expert in designing smartphones, but that seems to have changed with the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max. Unlike other Xiaomi smartphones, the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is lightweight (8.1mm) or lightweight (192g) or lightweight. Instead, the smartphone has good ergonomics for comfortable use and a good feel at hand. Highlighting the design of the new frozen glass' Evol'eded on the back with a gradient inscription in the color of 'Vintage Bronze' and an old glossy profile in a different color of 'Dark Night'.  
While Xiaomi has fixed a lot of things with its new design language, there is still a camera bump in the back that slips out of the frame, even though it is placed in a dual-purpose module. That said, the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is not a phone you can use without experiencing any discomfort while sitting on the floor like a table top just because it is so sensitive.

As for the front profile, it is controlled by a 6.67-inch SAMOLED punch-hole FullHD + resolution and 120Hz bandwidth. The screen has Gorilla Glass 5 layers on top to protect it from daily abuse. There are bezels around the display but they are not big enough to disturb your screen viewing experience. Speaking of experiences, the screen is very bright and always readable even in bright outdoor environments. There are also good comparisons, with deep blacks and bright whites - something that is especially noticeable when rendering HDR10 content. 

 The display responds to touch, thanks to its touch sample value of 240Hz. In addition, it's refreshing at 120Hz for a smooth user experience, be it while interacting with apps, browsing social media feeds, browsing web content, or even playing supported games. It is important to note, however, that the screen is set to a 60Hz refresh rate outside the box and requires a manual conversion to a 120Hz refresh rate from the display settings. There is no positive or powerful update rate feature here. Therefore, the screen operates at 60Hz or 120Hz frequency.

The screen is compatible with phone stereo speakers, which are becoming less common on medium-sized smartphones. Speakers are good but not the best. They have no details, depth, sound and stereo effect. While they do not do very well with output, stereo speakers enhance the multimedia experience and phone games.

Redmi Note 10 Pro Max: Camera
There are only a handful of smartphones boasting 108-megapixel camera sensors, and most of them are from Xiaomi in their Mi Smartphones list. The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is the first under Redmi brand to acquire the 108MP camera sensor. Apart from that, there are three other sensors to aid the imaging experience. Other sensors are an 8-megapixel ultra wide angle of 118 degree field of view, a 5MP macro sensor with auto-focus lenses, and a 2MP sensor. Previously, the phone had a 16MP camera sensor of f / 2.45 space. 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max: Camera Sample Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max: Camera Sample
Optic details aside, camera performance is good, considering the midrange marker of the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max Max. The main sensor uses 9-in-1 pixel-binning technology to hold the frames at a 12MP resolution, and there is a dedicated mode to use the traditional sensor resolution to detect the frames at the 108MP resolution. In the default mode, the pixel-binning is enabled, the main sensor captures the frames with detailed colors and a wide range of powerful, as long as there is some light. The data is much better in the 108MP mode, but it only works best in sunlight conditions.

In the dark, the main sensor illuminates the frame well, resulting in visual noise and confused colors independently. There is a dedicated night mode to take a small photo and it works well in most cases, as long as you keep the phone unstable. Unfortunately, night mode is limited to the main sensor. Therefore, night vision or low light using ultra-wide-angle and macro sensors is only possible with a hand mode called ‘Pro’. Speaking of an ultra-wide-angle sensor, it captures a detailed shotgun with an invisible barrel effect. Surprisingly, the main sensors and ultra-wide-angle sensors have color balance for most other midrange phones that fight for fairness.

The macro sensor is one of the best things you get in the midrange segment. The automatic focus lens here makes it easy to shoot close-up shots, especially in good light conditions. Lack of megapixels, however, leads to data loss. However, it is an active macro function and not the one set up to increase the total sensor value.

The front camera is good, if not bad. It works well in bright outdoor environments but softens the frame taken on the inside. Although suitable for selfies, they are not suitable for group selfies because of their small viewing field.

Redmi Note 10 Pro Max: Performance 

Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 732 system-on-chip, Redmi Note 10 it is best phone for gameing and it not have lag

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