We are excited to check out the new Xiaomi Redmi 10 Prime, which comes with a 6.5-inch full-HD display and a quad-camera setup. Xiaomi’s MIUI 10.2 operating system runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660-powered mobile. The user interface is similar to previous Xiaomi smartphones, with quick toggles for AI and HDR. You may also capture images that have a professional look and feel by switching to the Pro mode.
The back of the Redmi 10 Prime is smooth, with a curved surface. The power press is combined with the thumbprint detector, making it convenient to use. On the left side of the phone is the SIM tray, while on the top is the 3.5mm headphone jack, IR transmitter, and speaker holes. At the phone’s bottom is a USB Type-C port, and it has a primary microphone.
We also like the phone’s display. The phone comes with a 90Hz IPS LCD panel, and the colors are vibrant. The device has an adjustable refresh rate, but you can’t use it for gaming. If you need to play games, the Redmi 10 Prime has a good enough display, but it isn’t the best. While it isn’t the prettiest phone, the display will make you smile with its crisp and clear resolution.
The camera is an area where the Xiaomi Redmi 10 Prime falls short. While the device’s main camera is excellent for shooting photos in daylight, it’s mediocre at best when shooting pictures in low light. The phone’s front camera is also mediocre. The rear camera is a bit lacking in detail and is less responsive than the main camera. If you want to capture the best shots of people, animals, or scenery, the Redmi TEN camera is a perfect choice.
Compared to other budget phones, the Xiaomi Redmi 10 Prime is a good choice if you’re looking for a large battery and fast charging. With these features, the Xiaomi Redmi 10 is a solid phone for any budget. The phone’s display is bright and has good contrast. The Redmi 10 Prime also has decent cameras, but the front ones don’t have the same widescreen as the Realme Marzo 30.
Xiaomi has a reputation for making good budget phones, but it has dropped the price of its Redmi 10 Prime to a very affordable price. The device features a 6000mAh battery, a quad-camera setup with 50MP sensors, a 90Hz display, and Android One. The Xiaomi Redmi 10 Prime is not a powerful gaming phone, but it’s an excellent option for daily multitasking.
TWith a large screen and a high-quality back camera, the Xiaomi Redmi 10 Prime is an excellent smartphone. It also has a decent selfie camera, but you’ll need a lot of ambient light to get the best out of the selfie camera. The Redmi is an affordable option if you’re on a tight budget. However, the Redmi is a great choice for many people, and the camera is a key selling point.
Display quality is one of Redmi 10 Prime’s strengths. The screen is extremely bright and has good contrast, although it’s not AMOLED. The Redmi 10 Prime’s camera is a mediocre-quality one, and the price is very competitive.
The device’s screen is also a notch-free display, which is rare for a budget phone. Those with larger hands may prefer a 5.5-inch screen. A 6.2-inch screen would be better for the Redmi 10 Prime. A large hole punched at the top helps you access the camera and the volume control buttons.
The Redmi 10 Prime is an improvement from the previous version of the Redmi 9 Prime. It has the most competitive hardware in India at this price. A 6GB Redmi ten-inch model with 6GB of RAM costs just $195, which makes it a competitive option in the market. Its price is also lower than the cheapest Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S and 10T.