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Redmi Note 10 Pro Series To Use 120Hz AMOLED, 108MP/64MP Cameras, and SD 732G

Redmi Note 10 Pro

There’s only a day left before Xiaomi announces the Redmi Note 10 Series for the global market, a trio of mid-range offerings with (hopefully) affordable pricing. With smartphones, nothing gets past the rumor mill. The latest leak, however, reveals the entire specs of all the Redmi Note 10 devices. 

Apparently, the Redmi Note 10 Pro and Note 10 Pro Max will feature 6.67″ FHD+ Super AMOLED and the same 120Hz refresh rate on the POCO X3 NFC. However, the panel won’t support an in-display fingerprint scanner. The 16MP selfie camera is identical to both models, but the main sensor of the Pro and Pro Max are 64MP and 108MP, respectively. The other three lenses are, again, the same for both devices featuring an 8MP+5MP+2MP setup. 

At the core of the Redmi Note 10 Pro duo is the Snapdragon 732G, paired with 6GB/8GB RAM for the Pro and 8GB for the Pro Max. For the rest, the 5020mAh battery will stay alongside the 33W fast charging, stereo speakers, IR blaster, and MIUI 12 based on Android 11.

For the Redmi Note 10, it will still support FHD+ AMOLED but with a 60Hz refresh rate. It appears Redmi switched from LCD to AMOLED at the last minute after a Twitter poll, by a landslide, resulted in fans choosing 60Hz AMOLED over 120Hz LCD. However, the fingerprint scanner is embedded in the power button like the Pro models.

Camera-wise, there are 48MP dual-main cameras and 13MP selfie snapper. Redmi Note 10 is probably going to run on Snapdragon 678, paired with up to 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. The battery is rated 5000mAh but supports 33W fast charging.

Redmi Note 10 Pro Max
Redmi Note 10 Pro Max

Do you think Redmi Note 10 Series is a good upgrade if one is coming from POCO X3 NFC, and are you disappointed to see no 5G?

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