The Xiaomi Note 10 Review


Whether you’re looking for a high-end smartphone or simply looking for something that’s affordable, the Xiaomi Note 10 should be on your list of options. This phone has a lot to offer, including a beautiful design, an excellent camera, and a long battery life.

Camera system

Taking photos in low light can be difficult, so it’s worth checking out how the camera system on the Xiaomi Note 10 performs. There are four different camera modes, allowing you to get the most out of the 108 Megapixel sensor.

The Mi Note 10’s 108MP sensor uses a Quad Bayer technique to combine four pixels worth of data into one photo. Although this method is capable of producing clear color photos, it can cause a significant loss of detail. The 0.8mm subpixels used on the Mi Note 10’s sensor reduce the overall image clarity and dynamic range.

While Xiaomi’s Mi Note 10 is capable of taking good photos in low light, it’s not the best. The sensor is noisier than the iPhone 11 Pro’s sensor. In addition, the Mi Note 10 has a limited dynamic range and is prone to overexposing scenes.

Sound reproduction at low frequencies

Generally speaking, the Xiaomi Note 10 does a great job at reproducing low frequencies, but there are better options out there. The Note 10+ can’t quite compete with other high-end phones in this category, but it still delivers good performance.

The Note 10+ is not the best audio device on the market, but it does a decent job of rendering higher frequencies. This is not to say that it is lacking in the audio department, but the device has more than a few flaws. The volume of recorded audio can be inconsistent, and the localizability of sound elements may be better suited to a good-quality speaker or a better-tuned smartphone.

Despite the device’s shortcomings, it does boast a number of niceties. Its display is impressively calibrated, and its “Saturated” profile delivers a surprisingly large percentage of the DCI-P3 color space. It also has an NFC chip that enables contactless payments, and solid transfer rates within the home Wi-Fi network.


Earlier this year, Xiaomi launched its latest phone, the Redmi Note 10. It’s a successor to the Redmi Note 9 series of smartphones. It’s a value-centric device that combines a lot of the right things. But it also has its share of weak spots.

First of all, it’s not the most powerful smartphone on the market. It doesn’t even have a notch.

It also has a very high-resolution screen. It uses an ultra-thin screen optical fingerprint module. It’s different from the usual optical screen fingerprint scheme. The screen is a 6.47-inch hyperbolic waterdrop display, which translates to a whopping 19.5:9.

The rear panel is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. It also comes with a dual-camera setup with an IR blaster. It also has a USB-C connector, a dedicated microSD card slot, and a secondary loudspeaker.

IR blaster on the top edge of the phone

IR blaster is a communication peripheral that allows you to control your devices by pointing them at other devices. It is typically located at the top edge of the phone. You must hold the phone in a certain way to activate it.

Some new Android phones have an IR blaster. You can check to see if your phone has this feature by using a Phone Tester app. These apps are available on the Google Play Store. Usually, these apps come with a built-in list of supported devices. If there are no devices on this list, you should download another app.

Some of the newer phones from Xiaomi and Huawei have IR blasters. These phones include the Redmi Note 10, Xiaomi Mi 10T, and Huawei Honor Magic4 Pro.

Battery life

Compared to the competition, the battery life of the Redmi Note 10 is better than average. With a 5000 mAh battery, this smartphone will last you for a day if you use it moderately.

The phone also stands out for its fast charging speeds. It will charge to 60% in about half an hour with standard 33W power. Considering that most phones around this price range can be charged in about an hour with a fast charger, the Redmi Note 10 is the fastest of the bunch.

The battery life of the Xiaomi Note 10 is also impressive, especially for a budget device. It is comparable to a Samsung Galaxy S10+ before the Android 10 update.

The phone is also notable for its camera. It offers good ultrawide images and videos.