Xiaomi Redmi 10 , 5000 mAh battery, 128 GB storage, 6 RAM

Xiaomi Redmi 10
 Xiaomi Redmi 10

A budget Android smartphone, Xiaomi Redmi 10 has a number of interesting features that are not immediately apparent at first glance.
The Redmi 10's camera housing is deliberately designed to make it seem sophisticated. However, the array of cameras you get is mediocre at best. Although its main camera boasts 50 megapixels, it rarely produces good results.
There are a few strong points, including stereo speakers even if the sound quality isn't remarkable, solid battery life, and a decently sharp screen. Because of this, the Redmi 10 is more difficult to recommend than some of the real Xiaomi hits of the past year or two, such as the Redmi Note 10 Pro and the Poco X3.

Display: 6.5 inches" IPS LCD, 90Hz 1080 x 2400 pixels
Dimensions: 181 g (6.38 oz), 8.9 mm thickness
Battery: Li-Po 5000 mAh, non-removable
Chipset: MediaTek Helio G88 (12nm)
Memory: 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM
Camera: Rear, 50 MP + Front, 8 Mp
OS: Android 11 MIUI 12.5

The cost is slightly higher and the screen is lower res, but the software is better, battery life is longer, and it has 5G and a faster processor.
It's important not to overlook one of the main reasons to buy a budget Xiaomi phone. At a price for which some of the other big names offer only 720p screens, the Redmi 10 offers a Full HD display. After switching from a 720p phone, it becomes something you take for granted rather quickly.


  • Compact Android device, smaller than most Xiaomi models
  • Made out of plastic, but looks like it is made of glass or metal
  • Instead of a teardrop notch, it has a punch-hole

This time around, Xiaomi has developed a camera housing that is much larger and more elaborately designed than the Redmi 9's simple strip. The back of the Redmi 10 really does look like glass. It looks as though the camera might belong on a $1,000/£1,000 phone.
Of course, it is all a sham. The back of the Redmi 10 is plastic, and it has a metallic gradient underneath to make it look more premium. We'll go over the camera later, but a large chunk of it is actually just a black border that sits on the rear finish and has nothing to do with the camera itself.
The design has some less deceptive aspects. The Redmi 10 has a punch-hole instead of a teardrop notch, which looks more modern.
There is a fingerprint scanner on the side of the phone, and while there is a long pause while it works than some top-end phones, it is a reliable pad. You only tend to find an IR blaster on select Chinese phones these days, but the Xiaomi Redmi 10 includes one.


  • LCD 6.5-inches 1080p
  • with a 90Hz refresh rate on a 60Hz battery saver mode
  • Outdoor Turbo Brightness of 445 Nit
In terms of the Xiaomi Redmi 10's screen, it is one of its strongest features, although it mainly competes against rival brands rather than other Xiaomi Androids.
Although you should tweak the color saturation a little, it is good too. When the Redmi 10 came out of the box, its color temperature was a little too cool, likely in an attempt to make it seem more colorful.

Xiaomi Redmi 10 camera


  • With 50MP main sensors, at best okay, often poor.
  • Videos are unstabilized at 1080p 30fps.
  • Tertiary and wide-angle cameras are poor.

There is something deceptive about the Xiaomi Redmi 10's camera. It sounds and looks sophisticated. This camera array, with a 50MP sensor, looks like the photographic equivalent of a Swiss army knife.
Redmi 10 has no good camera, unlike most phones at this level that has a decent camera and a bunch of duds. There have only been a few phones with high-quality 50MP cameras up to now, such as the Oppo Find X3 Pro. With the S5KJN1 sensor seen here, Samsung lowers the tone yet again, as it has
done several times in the past.
This sensor fits 50 million pixels onto a very small 1/2.76-inch chip, demonstrating why megapixels aren't always good news. The Oppo Find X3 Pro has sensor pixels measuring one micron, but these are 0.64 microns. These pixels are among the tiniest on a phone camera.


  • Use an unusually annoying MIUI version.
  • That is based on Android 11.
  • There is some lag.
Xiaomi Redmi 10 is an Android 11 phone that runs MIUI 12.5 on top of Android 11. This is a very obtrusive version of the software.
There is the option of not having an app drawer. The stylistic choices in the settings menu may not be to everyone's taste, but it's not worthy of a lot of anger. Its drop-down menu, however, isn't very useful.
To open your notifications bar on Android, you swipe down once. If you swipe down again, you'll see brightness controls and feature toggles. On the Redmi 10, the right side of the screen displays toggles for features, while the left side shows notifications.
To access the notifications, you have to reach over quite a distance since you have to reach over quite far to pull them down. This is not the approach used by all Xiaomi devices. The Poco X3 Pro has conventional gestures: one swipe for notifications and quick-access toggles, two for settings.

Battery life

  • Long battery life for general use.
  • Faster charging Xiaomi phones.
  • with a (5000mAh) battery charged at 18W.
The Xiaomi Redmi 10 is powered by a 5000mAh battery, just like most of its archrivals and its much larger siblings.
When it comes to plugging it in at night, it is typically around 30-40% charged at the end of a heavy day's use. If the refresh rate is restricted to 60Hz, you'll likely see a slight performance boost.
Battery charging does not improve with this generation. Despite the fact that it comes with a 22.5W charger, the Redmi 10 offers 18W charging. Plugging in both the bundled charger and a 30W charger, we used a power meter. Both times, the phone only consumed about 18W.
The Redmi 10 reached 29% charge after 30 minutes of charging from a completely flat state. We are nowhere near the '50% in 30 minutes' fast-charging standard.

Xiaomi Redmi 10 price and release date

  • Are $179/£149 (about $270).
  • Xiaomi launched its Redmi 10 smartphone in August 2021, not long after it launched the Redmi 9.
A 64GB model runs $179/£149 (roughly AU$270) and a 128GB model costs $199/£199 (roughly AU$365). The latter model received our review. For $219 (approximately £160 / AU$290), you can also get a version with 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM (up from 4GB).
Its price is affordable, but keep in mind that this is a 4G-only handset. A phone of a similar price does not offer 5G mobile internet.

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