Xiaomi messed with the Redmi Note 10 line while it launched in India redmi note 10 pro max As the most advanced, in the rest of the world (including Brazil) we have redmi note 10 pro. Know that the two are practically the same device and the biggest difference is that the Pro Max, which we have on hand, doesn’t have NFC. So if you are interested in the global version, this review will serve to clear your doubts and get to know the device.
The Redmi Note 10 Pro and Pro Max sport the same plastic body design with a glass back and IP53 certification for splash and dust protection. The screen size remains the same as the Redmi Note 9 Pro, but Xiaomi replaced the 60 Hz IPS LCD panel with a 120 Hz AMOLED one. The panel supports HDR10 and enjoys accurate color calibration along with a good level of brightness. Stereo sound shows a good development compared to the mono sound of its predecessor.
Redmi Note 10 Pro Max comes with Snapdragon 732G and in our speed test we noticed that the new one is much slower than the old one in multitasking performance. However, in games we got great results with some games taking advantage of the 120 Hz screen.
The battery offers good autonomy, but falls well below the rest of the Redmi Note 10 family and the fault lies in the 120Hz screen that takes its toll. Autonomy for the whole day is still possible. Battery took over 2 hours to charge, but there may be a problem Be in the fact that the adapter is in Indian standard and has weak power at 110V.
Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is another mid-range Xiaomi one with 108 MP camera. It records good pictures and corrects for contrast and sharpness. Don’t expect the same detail as a top-of-the-line 108MP camera, as weak hardware limits it.
Overall, it’s a tool that hits where it needs to be, but also misses where it can’t. worth buying? To know the answer, check out our full review via the link given below.