Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is better than the global twin? | Analysis / review

Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is better than the global twin?  |  Analysis / review

Xiaomi made a mess with the Redmi Note 10 line, while launching 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 almost the same device and that the biggest difference is that the Pro Max, which we have in our hands, does not have NFC. So if you are interested in the global version, this review will clear your doubts and get to know the device.

The Redmi Note 10 Pro and Pro Max feature the same plastic body design with a glass back and IP53 certification for splash and dust protection. The screen remains the same size as the Redmi Note 9 Pro, but Xiaomi has replaced the 60 Hz IPS LCD screen with a 120 Hz AMOLED, the panel supports HDR10 and achieves a good level of brightness as well as accurate color calibration. The stereo sound shows a good evolution compared to the mono sound of its predecessor.

The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max comes with a Snapdragon 732G processor and in our speed test, we saw that the new device is much slower than the old version in multitasking. But in games, we got great results as some games took advantage of the 120Hz screen.

The battery offers good autonomy, but it is much lower than the rest of the Redmi Note 10 family and the fault lies with the 120Hz display. It is still possible to enjoy autonomy throughout the day. The battery took more than 2 hours to charge, but the problem could be Be in the fact that the transformer is in Indian standard and has weaker power at 110V.

The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is another Xiaomi mid-range phone with a 108MP camera. It records good photos and gets the contrast and sharpness right. Just don’t expect the same level of detail as the best 108MP camera, as the weaker hardware limits that.

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Overall, it’s a device that gets to where it should, but also misses where it can’t. Worth buying? To find out the answer, simply check out our full review via the link below.

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