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Redmi Note 10 Pro (Glacial Blue, 6GB RAM, 64GB Storage) -120Hz Super Amoled Display | 64MP with 5MP Super Tele- Macro
Redmi Note 10 Pro (Glacial Blue, 6GB RAM, 64GB Storage) -120Hz Super Amoled Display | 64MP with 5MP Super Tele- Macro

Redmi Note 10 Pro (Glacial Blue, 6GB RAM, 64GB Storage) -120Hz Super Amoled Display | 64MP with 5MP Super Tele- Macro Prices

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Price history for Redmi Note 10 Pro (Glacial Blue, 6GB RAM, 64GB Storage) -120Hz Super Amoled Display | 64MP with 5MP Super Tele- Macro
Latest updates:
  • Rs. 18,999 - November 22, 2023
  • Rs. 16,899 - November 6, 2023
  • Rs. 16,999 - October 7, 2023
  • Rs. 17,499 - October 6, 2023
  • Rs. 16,999 - September 22, 2023
  • Rs. 18,999 - September 16, 2023
  • Rs. 15,990 - August 3, 2023
Since: August 3, 2023
  • Highest Price: Rs. 18,999 - September 16, 2023
  • Lowest Price: Rs. 15,990 - August 3, 2023

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Specification: Redmi Note 10 Pro (Glacial Blue, 6GB RAM, 64GB Storage) -120Hz Super Amoled Display | 64MP with 5MP Super Tele- Macro

OS

‎Android

RAM

‎6 GB

Product Dimensions

‎16.5 x 0.8 x 7.6 cm, 192 Grams

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Item model number

‎Exclusive_2020_1149

Connectivity technologies

‎Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB

GPS

‎GLONASS

Special features

‎Dual Stereo Speakers for immersive audio experience, The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5, 64MP AI Quad Camera Setup 8MP Ultrawide-FOV 118 degrees 5MP Macro Sensor 2 MP Depth Sensor Slow Motion Support – Up to 960 fps Portrait, Panaroma, Dual Mode, Vlog Mode, Clone Mode, Time Lapse, Long Exposure, Pro Mode, Night Mode, Short Video Mode, Ultra wide-angle distortion correction, Custom Watermark, Document mode, HDR, AI scene detection, Video macro mode, Movie frame, Time burst, Google Lens, AI Watermark, 3.5mm Jack, IR Blaster, Dedicated Micro SD Slot, Z-Axis Linear Vibration Motor, IP 52 Certified, 33W Fast Charger in box, 49% in 30 mins

Display technology

‎AMOLED

Colours displayed

‎20:9 Aspect Ratio

Other display features

‎Wireless

Device interface - primary

‎Buttons

Other camera features

‎Quad Rear Camera (64 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP + 2 MP), 16 MP Front Camera

Form factor

‎Touchscreen-Handy

Colour

‎Glacial Blue

Battery Power Rating

‎5020

Whats in the box

‎Redmi Note 10 pro, Power adapter, USB cable, SIM eject tool, Warranty card, User guide, Clear soft case, Screen protector pre-applied on the phone

Manufacturer

‎Redmi

Item Weight

‎192 g

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for Redmi Note 10 Pro (Glacial Blue, 6GB RAM, 64GB Storage) -120Hz Super Amoled Display | 64MP with 5MP Super Tele- Macro

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  1. Brendon Fernandes

    Bought this smartphone for a discount of 17500 for 8/128GB for the Glacial Blue version.
    Initial impressions, I was quite sceptical when buying this phone looking at the reviews from Amazon, but I must say, I’m happy that the reviews were wrong.
    My previous phone was a Realme 5 Pro and although that phones had it’s pros and cons, but the cons mostly was what made me unhappy with the phone.
    Since, I recently got into watching HDR content and wanted those color accuracy and deep blacks in a budget, this was only reason to buy this smartphone.
    But in terms of other departments too, it’s quite an all rounder.

    In terms of looks, this phone is quite a looker, even if you are just holding the phone in your hand, people do notice it, and it’s Glacial matte blue back looks fantastic.
    The display is just brilliant, 120hz felt buttery smooth and there was no lags, the phone switched the 60hz when you watching videos, or the screen is still which is good for the battery too. The colors are accurate and setting it to auto + warm gave the most accurate color reproduction, really do enjoy watching my HDR10 4K content. The phone supports HDR10+ too, and has Widevine L1 support, sadly prime and Netflix do not show HDR content but 1080p looks great too.
    In hand feel, the phone is well balanced and even at 192g for the screen size, it does not feel heavy, and compared to my older phone, this is quite thin and feels great when holding.
    This has a stereo speaker system, and although not as balanced (60/40) makes up for a good content viewing compared the having just one mono speaker.
    Cameras are reasonably sharp and clear and since my only usage for camera is scanning docs, I can’t say much in this department. Other than that, I did try some macro shots and the bump from 2MP to 5MP actually results in quite good shots.
    The fingerprint sensor which also is the power button is snappy works error free.
    Connectivity is great, the network range is good and I did not found any issues, I’m using a Vodafone Sim and volte and vowifi works perfectly, now some people would argue that at this timeline, I should have bought a 5G phone instead, but I personally feel 5G phones at this point is just a gimmick and branding and since official 5G bands have not beens released by the telecom operator yet, buying it now is quite useless. Overall buying the first generation at this price point, and cutting corners in other areas is stupid. If you really want a 5G phone, I suggest you then wait.
    I use VPN for my work, and it worked well, even after the vpn appn closed and there were no disconnections.
    Performance? Well, I’m not a gamer or a heavy user for that matter, but for basic day to day usage, I had no lags and everything worked quite well and since it has 8GB of ram, I tried having multiple application in the background and they all worked without closing, if I needed any app to stay no matter what there is option to lock it.
    Now coming to the elephant in the room, that is the MIUI. 😅 Hmm…. Good actually, no actually great!! 😀 Only, if you tweak it a bit, now no no, I’m not saying you need root your smartphone okay, first, where miui is done right, the calling and messaging is native by Google, there is just the stock browser app that is chrome, and few pre installed that can be uninstalled. There is a application that can remove getapps, I did just that, no notification, no ads, also removed the option the scan apps on every installed, disabled all recommendation and finally it’s lightning smooth and all apps work great, and even the ui has its miner implementation and better accessing.
    Final Verdict – Should you buy it? If camera is not important to you and you are willing to get around the miui things, then definitely yes, other than, I don’t really see any other better competition for the price bracket with an amoled display.
    Would update this, if there is something ever gone wrong.
    UPDATE: After 2 weeks of usage, found some issues.
    1. There are some optimization issues, don’t know if it’s a app bug or miui itself, but at 120hz, if youtube is being played in pip mode, the phone stutters a bit.
    2. Playing at 2160p youtube consumes good amount of battery, this is not a lot but if you are someone who watches for a long time and want the best battery too, try to max out at 1440p.
    3. Battery performance is actually amazing, keeping the phone at 120hz got me atleast 1+1/2 days of usage, with 8.3 hours of screen on time. Now that is wow.
    4. 33W fast charger is adequate and doesn’t get hot, but not well optimized if you are also using the screen while its being charged.
    5. If you disable lockscreen notification, you don’t get an playback controls on notification for any apps. Turning it on, makes that the playback controls never ever go, it’s stuck on the top forever. (maybe it’s a feature?)
    6. Proximity Sensor. Yes. I feel Xiaomi ommited it. It’s fine for calls of short duration but if you are talking for hours, you will get issues, like getting muted or speaker tuning on etc. Not really a issue for me, since i barely use or get calls once a week.
    7. Phone doesn’t really get hot, but miui still does need to optimize this device a bit more, but i doubt they’d do that, since they are launching so many phones in such a short time.
    8. I liked them superwallpapers, but turning on ultra power saver, defaults the amoled ss.
    9. Would be nice of they remove the 10 second limit of amoled ss.
    10. Case is already going yellow. Lol.
    11. Oh last, don’t know what people say about background app optimization issue, but that is working just fine for me.
    I’m still happy with my device, it’s well balanced, looks good, works good too. Plus 8GB of ram is a banger. No ads, none.
    Rating changed from 5stars to 4.

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  2. a man

    El R10 pro es una exelente opcion si buscas potencia a bajo costo, el unico inconveniente es que es una version India y no es compatible con muchas de las bandas de radiofrecuencia en Mexico incluyendo los operadores virtuales o redes Altan (Bait, Redi, Etc etc)

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  3. Ricardo

    Se envió la versión india y no reconoce las compañías de teléfono de Movistar y Weex

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  4. Brendon Fernandes

    Since my OnePlus 7 conked off out of nowhere one fine day, I was forced to scout for a new phone on a very short term basis. Because of this, I had to move from a phone in the budget premium segment to a higher trim phone within the midrange segment. I will be writing this review from this perspective. I have been using this phone as my main device since the 4th of July, and I’ve written this review after using this phone for a little under two weeks.

    One of the biggest things that got my eye was the beautiful Samsung AMOLED display. It is on par with, if not better than my older OnePlus 7. The blacks are beautiful and I could tell that MI did not skimp out on this segment. However, I do feel that their touch sensor could use some improvement, as I find myself mistouching a lot of buttons on it. Also, the screen tends to have a significant flashing problem, especially during the night. While I don’t think this is a very frequent issue, do keep this in mind when making a purchase. Another great thing about the screen is the refresh rate. While 120 Hz does make a noticeable difference to the speed at which images and frames move, over time it didn’t feel too prominent. Also, most websites do not have the silky smooth scrolling, thus, making it feel a bit alienating. That being said, the refresh rate is very noticeable for sure.

    The build quality of the phone is quite good for the price. While the phone does have a plastic back, it doesn’t feel cheap and feels quite sturdy in the hand. The aluminum sides give it a very premium look, even when coupled with the glass back. That being said, having seen the durability tests on youtube, which seemed to highlight that the phone has a lot of vulnerabilities in the build sturdiness. So I’d recommend treating this phone and putting a case on it if using it.

    The software experience is not too bad. I love the amount of customisation MIUI offers, from the huge selection of user made themes available, to the smaller quality of life changes from the ability to hide the notch to the ability to go as far as changing the phones font. However I did notice that the phone forces apps to go an dark mode when dark mode is turned on, which causes some images appear incorrectly on the apps. Also, there are times when the screen goes completely unresponsive, and forcing a shutdown is the only way to get the phone back to normal. Other than this, the software is good. A major plus is the fact that the phone comes with Android 11 out of the box, and the phone doesn’t have any heating issues. The only time I noticed heating issues is when the phone was running a video call in windowed mode. Since this puts the phone under a considerable amount of load, I would give it a pass. Another thing I would like to bring to light is the fact that flashing an custom ROM will take a few days, as MI seems to have a weird approval system.

    A major positive about the phone is the camera. The camera works wonderfully, whether the app being used is the stock camera or GCam. When compared to GCam, the stock camera seems to churn out more brighter images. However, I think that GCam churns out more “accurate” images. There is an beautification effect on selfies which is not very noticeable on the stock camera app, but when compared to images taken through GCam, which are a lot more accurate, it becomes very obvious. To sum up the camera performance however, it is excellent and extremely reliable. Definitely worth going for if you want to take great high quality pictures. The Wide Angle camera could use some improvement, but the Macro and the main 64 MP shooter are absolutely wonderful.

    I cannot comment on the battery life yet as I haven’t used my phone for a full day outside yet. But from what I can tell the battery has given me 8 hours SOT on light usage when going from 30-100, which is impressive. The battery doesn’t discharge fast as well. However, it is to be noted that I mostly use my phone on the 60 Hz setting, so my results can vary greatly from the others. The phone charges fast enough, but since I rarely charge my phone to a full battery, preferring to do it in small spurts instead, I cannot say much about the charging speed other than saying that it charges fast.

    One positive change that Xiaomi seemed to have implemented in the current set of phones is the fact that there are no ads inbuilt in important UI areas, like settings and the notification bar. Having used the Redmi Note 4 in the past, I can tell that this used to be the case for their older devices. This seems to have been done in response to pressure from users and influencers. That being said, their inbuilt preloaded applications do display many advertisements through notifications and can easily be turned off by stopping notifications from said apps. Once this is done, then you won’t see advertisements in the phone at all. I must note that Xiaomi’s business model for their budget devices revolves around these advertisements (they refer to it as services), it is to be expected in their Redmi line of devices. I am pointing this out to show that there is an extra cost the end user pays for due to the low budget margins of these budget devices, and that cost comes in the form of these advertisements in the UI. This business model is implemented so that they can offer better value as compared to their competitors.

    While I am not a huge mobile gamer anymore, I have tried playing Battlegrounds India for around half an hour just to see how it was. The game worked well, and there didn’t seem to be much of a difference in real time performance as compared to my older OnePlus 7. I did not notice any heating on the device. However, it is to be noted that the OnePlus 7 has a much higher AnTuTu benchmark rating as compared to this phone. While this phone is certainly not a slouch when it comes to gaming, I think that the POCO X3 Pro is a much better pick than the Redmi Note 10 Pro if gaming is a priority given its powerful SD 860 chipset.

    The speakers are really loud and play music really clearly. They work significantly better than the speakers on my older OnePlus device. I was also happy to get the headphone jack back as well, and it works well with my current KZ Edx OEMs. I’m happy to note that the phone provides the option to expand storage which I definitely will be taking advantage of in the future.

    So, to sum it up, the phone is a good pick in this price range, due to its well rounded offerings. The camera, the display, the speakers, and the battery life come together to make this phone a good package. There are minor hitches with the software that could be improved in the future, and the vulnerabilities in the build are a cause for concern. However, as long as used properly and carefully, I really don’t think that anything will happen to the device.

    Salient points from the above observations:
    1. The phone has a good and premium looking design. However there are questions about the durability.
    2. The phone has a great and reliable camera, human faces are given a “beautification” effect by the stock camera.
    3. There are issues with the software, such as a flashing display and an aggressive dark mode, along with random freezes.
    4. The battery life is quite decent and the phone lasts long.
    5. Has an acceptable gaming performance, but there are better picks in this price range for this purpose, like the POCO X3 Pro.
    6. Ads are only present in the pre-loaded apps, can be disabled by turning off all notifications from these apps.
    7. The phone has a wait time before allowing the bootloader to be unlocked, to be noted if you want to flash a ROM on this device.
    10. Has a beautiful display that competes strongly with my older OnePlus 7.

    Note: I have not used the Fingerprint sensor as I don’t want to store my biometric data on the device.

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  5. Ayushmaan Karmokar

    Bought this in August 2022, camera is good unless it’s very low light , no lag whatsoever, phone looks beautiful from every angle. Screen is crisp . Though from a recent update sometimes my phone comes up with “system UI has stopped responding” alerts which is a bit annoying. Still no regrets.

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  6. Jose Alberto Cervantes

    Bueno chavales os diré, ni soy español ni parezco Europeo pero me mola charlar de en plan como lo hace Vegetta777. Pará resumiros (esta) el móvil es un pepino para la gama a la que pertenece, muy completo en general sin tener el rendimiento más bestial de su rango de precio. Sin embargo ES LA VERSIÓN DE LA INDIA, lo cual quiere decir que no es completamente compatible con las bandas 4g de México y por consiguiente sólo funciona con las siguientes operadoras: AT&T, Mugrefon y Telcel. Una cosa que me mola es la RAM, ya que cuenta con 8gb de ram que son 2gb más que la versión base. La cámara es muy decente, desconozco que tanta calidad se pierda al pasar de 108mp (versión global) a esta de 64mp pero tampoco es directamente proporcional y para mi es más que suficiente. De ahí en fuera es exactamente igual que el global, le quedan las mismas fundas y micas. Lo recomiendo si te quieres ahorrar unos pesos de la versión Global, también recomiendo que lo comparen con el Poco F3 que está en este rango de precio y que puede ser otra buena opción a considerar, igual si tienen un cacho más quizá y les alcance para el s20 fe.

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  7. Ayushmaan Karmokar

    Display is impressive.
    Rich sound with speakers.
    No Connectivity issues.
    Performance with 732g is decent no heavy gaming can be expected.
    Cameras are OK type at this budget.
    Battery can be improved more. Degrades to quickly.
    MIUI sucks

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  8. Felipe Diaz

    Tiene buen rendimiento, pero las cámaras no son mejores a las del Redmi Note 9

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  9. Tanmoy

    Got the indian version of the Phone, it doesn’t detect 5g or any other network, just 2G and less.

    Worthless if you intend to use the phone in America.

    Make sure to return the phone if you see you get the indian version without opening the box!!!

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