Redmi 10 Prime Smart Phone Full Review: Specifications and full updates

The unboxing process is pretty standard what we have seen from Redmi 10 Prime, the version we got is four gigs of ram 64 GB storage is happening in the same white box which is powered by Redmi you got sim card ejector tool always As well as in the bunch of documents included with it we also include the clear case which also has that little safety knob at the bottom that doesn’t let any dust or stuff in.

Redmi 10 Prime Specifications

As far as the phone is concerned, you’ve got all the key specs upfront 50 megapixel AI quad-camera with dual speaker 90Hz refresh rate 6.5 inches Full HD Plus dot display with adaptive sync high-performance MediaTek Helio G88 Processor.

As well as a 5,000 milliamp-hour battery that is capable of a fast-charging setting of 18 watts, aside let’s see what else we have in the box which includes have a Type C cable to fast charge the device as well Power brick is also included peel-off e cover and stickers I was really surprised at how cool this device actually looks I don’t know if it is pebble white or what is it actually its design it is very nice and elegant I will talk about that a bit later but there you go, you have got quad cameras on the back as well as Redmi 10 Pime logo.

As for the rear port, you have got the Type C port on the bottom along with the speaker on the bottom as well as the microphone on the right side we have the fingerprint sensor as well as the volume rocker along with the integrated power button you’ve got the 3.5mm headphone jack on the top as well.

Towards the speaker while on the left side you have the SIM card tray, it now accepts dual SIM, so jump right into the setup of a device that supports 4G as well as a micro SD card for expandable storage.

Whether you’ve seen any of our videos or seen any setup of an Android device, it’s very quickly equipped with fingerprint sensing as well as the power button and this is largely according to your Redmi 10 Prime software this is pretty much what you got the same experience.

The notifications on the left and the control center on the right side of the phone The control panel is now jumping right into the settings so we can take a look at all the rare settings you’ve got on Miui 12.5.1 global version that’s running 64GB Storage 4Ghz RAM CPU With Octa-Core Max 2Ghz Moving Now We are going to replace this 290Hz display because we want to use it at its maximum capacity and to do so immediately you can clearly see The big change is it gets pretty quick and easy then move on to the build quality and the design on it is honestly one of the things I love the most about the device, giving it a really nice premium.

The design and got a really excellent look. It’s so different from what we’ve seen within the same price range, I like how it looks to curve, especially with the Pebble White.

Case finish It looks really really nice and elegant When zooming in you can see that there is a little bit from the side of the device as far as the display is concerned I haven’t seen other phones not sure why they have done this but it is a bit on the device overall Adds thickness and makes the display look a bit more.

Out of the device but regardless the overall look of the device is looking very sleek and elegant and for the price, it looks a lot more premium, probably moving on to the display now that the display on it is 90Hz now with adaptive sync With the 6.5-inch Full HD Plus dot display the display is pretty good you’ve got a nice punchy display, nice colors good contrast levels and the brightness gets pretty high on it and now it’s all really great when you Looking at it the other way around, you start tilting the display, you get really bad viewing angles, so that’s one of the things I had the biggest complaint about on the display is the viewing angle for it, unless you’re watching it.

If you’re browsing through social media and watching videos here and there, you’re definitely not going to get the best image out of it, but it’s something you’ll notice when you use it. So if you see the brightness there it’s max, but when I tilt it gets a lot dimmer and darker and comes with a dual speaker system when it comes to media consumption.

As I mentioned you have two-way firing speakers for both left and right, sound balance is pretty standard, I guess you can say you can get pretty good mids and high lows. Lacking and at high volumes, this one can be a bit small, but it’s great for watching content or playing games, let’s take a look at one of the things I was very curious to see was the camera’s performance. Which is the display, as far as the cameras are concerned, you’ve got that quad camera set up like other Redmi devices. At the back, the cameras here are a 50-megapixel main shooter with f 1.88-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera The 2-megapixel camera has 4 macro as well as a 2-megapixel depth sensor camera There is an 8-megapixel camera on the front, specs aside. So you get decent contrast levels. Good color exposures are great. HDR levels are good too.

Moving on to an ultra-wide-angle camera you lose a lot of detail as well as saturation is kind of overboard, but my main issue would be a loss of detail if anything now the main camera lens has a pretty decent background blur.

By default without any portrait mode turned on you can see that background blur looks great, especially with close-up shots like a flower, but portrait mode by itself looks great, you’ve got to Is The edge separation and skin tone also look great with the front camera, you get great edge separation but the tones are kind of weird, talking about a macro lens looks awful, it looks like it’s a 2000’s Has been taken with the camera since the beginning of the decade.

Get rid of this lens The 50-megapixel image on the right as you can see looks a bit more detailed when you zoom in but honestly if you crop it all together at 600.

You don’t really notice that much difference that the video performance for the main camera is kind of subpar you can see that sharpening is exaggerated It’s really really harsh Colors are okay on the slightly warm side and stabilization is downright terrible Ultra-wide-angle image stabilization looks a bit better Colors look a bit more balanced and HDR looks quite good.

But again the stabilization really kills it, so I guess it’s the over-sharpening, it’s just too sharp with the front camera overall, they all record at 1080p 30fps max frame rate, and here again, sharpness is pretty harsh so the exposure level is as you can see on my back it’s kind of overexposed and it loses a lot of detail but yeah overall pretty standard quality, not the best.

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So I Looks like the camera is pretty standard nothing extraordinary not really terrible nor is it really great only mediocre you can take very good pictures. This if you know what you are doing and you have enough lighting, although I think the lens selection could have been a bit better, we could have added a tele macro lens here instead of a 2-megapixel macro which I don’t like at all, but otherwise, this is a very good camera phone. Pretty standard for the given price range.

Let’s move on to the performance for day-to-day work. And the processor gaming on it is the new MediaTek Helio G88 processor. Honestly too much to tell how it performs in the long run, but what we found here is pretty useful when it comes to multitasking I’ve had to go through different applications, including playing in the background while gaming.

I have multiple apps open, Redmi 10 Prime was perfectly fine. I was comfortable with it. I didn’t have any spikes of lag. If that’s something you guys are wondering, then a pretty standard performance. I guess if I had to use this whole device.

To describe in one word it would be very medium it is a very standard medium tool e does everything that Finally we’ve got a 5000 milliamp-hour battery with 18 watts fast charging as well as 9 watts reverse wire charging, so the box includes a 22.5-watt charger with support for the USB Type-C port. I really hope you guys like this video If you have any questions about Redmi 10 Prime for a more long-term review then let us know in the comments.

Till then, stay tuned with us.

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