Mi Note 10 | Note 10 Pro
Samsung HMX, 108MP, 0.8µm, 1/1.33″, ƒ/1.69 aperture, 82° FOV, 4-in-1 Super Pixel, OIS.
1.4µm, ƒ/2.0 aperture, 2x optical zoom.
20MP ultra wide-angle camera with 117° field of view.
1.12 µm, 1/3″, ƒ/2.2 aperture, autofocus, five-element lens.
Telephoto camera 5 MP, aperture ƒ/2.0, optical stabilization.
10x hybrid zoom, 50x digital zoom, ƒ/2.0 aperture, OIS.
Focusing: laser focusing | phase focus | contrast focusResolution
Features of taking photos on the main camera
108MP HD | Intelligent Ultra Wide Mode | Lunar mode | Night mode stabilization | Blur background in portrait mode | Panorama | Manual mode | Shooting timer | Function “Horizon” | Continuous shooting | Face recognition | HDR | Dynamic photos | AI Upgrade Feature | Body shaping with AI | Correcting Distortions in Ultra Wide Mode | Face correction in group shots | Custom watermark | Full length portrait | Portrait mode with depth-of-field adjustment | Full screen frame | AI scene recognition (27 recognizable marks) | | AI Glare Feature | AI studio lighting | High resolution pictures
Features of shooting video on the main camera
960 fps slow motion video recording | Intelligent selection of musical accompaniment | Clip editorRecord video with Enhance function | Shooting stabilization | Motion tracking
|Video 4K||30 fps|
|Video 1080p||60 or 30 fps|
|Video 720p||30 fps|
|1080p slow motion video||120 or 240 fps|
|720p slow motion video||120, 240 or 960 fps|
Features of taking photos on the front camera
Selfie panorama | Palm Release | AI silhouette recognition | Wide Angle Distortion Correction | HDR | Adjusting the brightness of the display while shooting | Shooting timer | Face recognition | “Mirror” function | Age Recognition | Full screen frame | Feature “Glitter in the eyes” | AI Upgrade Feature | AI Image Correction | AI Makeup Feature | AI portrait mode | AI Scene Recognition | AI studio lighting
Features of shooting video on the front camera
|Video 1080p||30 fps|
|Video 720p||30 fps|
In-display fingerprint scanner
Mi Doc Viewer Document Viewer
5260 mAh (typical) / 5170 mAh (minimum)
Cellular and wireless
Dual SIM VoLTE HD Call Support②
Note ①: Simultaneous use of two 4G SIM cards requires the provision of this capability by your local carrier. The function may not be available in some regions. Note ②: VoLTE is not supported in all regions or by all carriers.
GSM: B2/B3/B5/B8WCDMA: B1/B2/B4/B5/B6/B8/B19FDD-LTE: B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B18/B19/B20/B26/B28TDD- LTE: B38/B40
Supported protocols: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Support 2.4G Wi-Fi / 5G Wi-Fi Support Wi-Fi Direct/Wi-Fi Display Support Bluetooth 5.0 Support AAC/LDAC/aptX/aptX- HD/aptX-adaptive.
Length: 157.8 mm Width: 74.2 mm Thickness: 9.67 mm Weight: 208 g
Data provided by Xiaomi Laboratories. Measurement results may vary depending on the measurement method used.
Navigation and positioning
GPS: L1 | Galileo: E1 | GLONASS: G1 | Beidou: B1A-GPS | Electronic COMPASS | Wireless network | Data network
High-amplitude ultra-linear speaker 1216 Xmax 0.5 mm. Smart PA external amplifier. Volume 1.0 cm³. 3.5 mm headphone jack | Hi-Fi sound | Hi-Res Audio
Light sensor | Accelerometer | Gyroscope | Electronic COMPASS | Laser focus sensor
Mi Note 10 / Power adapter / Protective case / USB Type-C cable / SIM eject tool / User guide / Warranty card
Mi Share is compatible with devices running Android Pie or later (except Redmi 6 Pro, Redmi 6, Redmi 6A, Redmi 7A, Redmi 7, and Redmi S2). Mi Doc Viewer is available on some devices based on the operating system Android Oreo and on all Android Pie devices. The print feature is provided by the Morpia Alliance. Printing of images and PDF files is available on devices based on the Android Pie operating system or later. 5260 mAh indicates the standard battery capacity of Mi Note 10 Pro. The smartphone supports the card imitation function using NFC-module only with a frequency of 13.56 MHz. Currently, bank cards and other cards with additional functionality are not supported. Even if you were able to add the card to your smartphone, you won’t be able to use it. All comparisons with regular smartphones on this page are comparisons with regular Xiaomi smartphones. Unless otherwise stated on the Mi Note 10 Pro product page, all information is based on data provided by Xiaomi Laboratories, device specifications, and data provided by suppliers. Test results may differ from actual results depending on the testing method and testing environment. All images on the description page are for reference only and may not reflect the actual appearance of the final product.
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro long-term review
The Redmi Note 10 Pro runs the latest MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11. Our review unit, intended for the European market, got two MIUI 12.5 updates so far, and the first one was definitely not the most stable. so we’re happy the second one arrived a few weeks later and fixed most of the issues introduced by its predecessor. Performance now feels on par with what it was under MIUI 12, which was definitely not the case after the first MIUI 12.5 update.
This brings us to our continuing niggles with Xiaomi‘s update cadence and quality control. The latter seems to vary based on how much a device costs. we’ve never had an experience where a top of the line Mi handset got much buggier after an update, for example, but that has happened a few times with the ‘flagship killers’ and a lot with the lower-end devices like this Redmi Note 10 Pro.
In fact, it feels like the least amount of quality control goes into updates for Redmi branded phones (outside of China), with Poco branded devices being treated slightly better, Mi mid-rangers and ‘flagship killers’ a bit better than that, and then at the top the Mi flagships having QC worthy of their prices.
However, one thing all of Xiaomi‘s devices have in common is how they only receive updates once every few months, generally, with some exceptions. after a lot of online backlash regarding the first MIUI 12.5 update for the Redmi Note 10 Pro, the company issued the second one less than two months after it, which, believe it or not, is huge progress.
But this is not the usual state of things, and when considering buying a Xiaomi/Redmi/Poco device you still need to keep this in mind. Updates are few and far between, the cheaper the device is the more likely it is that a new update will introduce a whole slew of bugs (or just general slowness, or both), and then you have to wait weeks (if you’re lucky) or months (normally) for a new update to fix all of those issues.
This is far from ideal, we’d say, but perhaps inevitable given how most of the company’s devices, regardless of brand, undercut the competition in price (and significantly in most cases). Maybe that’s the price to pay for getting a cheaper phone? That, and the incessant ads we keep hearing about. that are apparently very prevalent in some markets.
We still can’t talk about ads because as usual we have a European retail unit, and on these, ads are constrained to showing inside the built-in Xiaomi apps, most of which we don’t use. The most annoying ads for us are those that show up after you install an app, but they can easily be turned off forever by hitting the gear icon in the top right and turning off “Show recommendations”.
Because the update cadence isn’t great, with a Xiaomi/Redmi/Poco phone you’re almost guaranteed to never be on the current security patch level either. Case in point: the Redmi Note 10 Pro is now on the June 2021 security patch level. We’re not trying to make a huge deal out of this (especially at this price point), but think you should know very well what to expect.
If we could rant just a bit more about MIUI 12.5 as seen on the Redmi Note 10 Pro, we’d also mention the fact that you can only ever see a maximum of three notification icons in the status bar, despite there being room for at least a few more. If you get additional notifications, you’ll still have three icons on the status bar and then a three-dot icon to their right, signifying that there’s more stuff waiting for you in the notification pane.
We’ve seen this before, randomly, on some other Xiaomi phones, and this behavior still doesn’t make any sense. Fun fact: it all started when notches were a thing, and thus in some cases, there actually wasn’t enough space to show more than three icons. It seems like someone in Xiaomi’s software development team simply forgot about this, and so we see it in the Redmi Note 10 Pro despite it having only a tiny hole-punch for the camera in the middle.
Last but not least, whenever you make a YouTube video full screen, the brightness of the screen “magically” increases a lot. Only when the video is full screen. And we did look. there’s no way to turn this off.
We’ve seen similar “Video enhancer” features in a lot of skins over the years, but they were all either opt-in or at least opt-out. You simply get no such option here, so you’re stuck with this. Truth be told, we didn’t particularly mind it, but you might, so we thought you should know what to expect.
Aside from these niggles, we’d still call MIUI 12.5 one of our favorite Android skins at the moment. Far from the favorite, mind you, but on the list nevertheless. Most of that has to do with the reworked animations, the smoothness of the full-screen gestures, and the way vibrations are used throughout the UI to enhance the user experience. Unfortunately, those vibrations are toned down in the Redmi Note 10 Pro, both in literal intensity because the vibration motor isn’t great, and it also feels like there are fewer of these gentle ‘nudges’ than we felt on, say, the Mi eleven.
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The other two plus points for MIUI 12.5 do still stand, though. Animations feel ‘organic’, for lack of a better word, and a few other skins get close to this feeling. perhaps Google’s “stock” Android, but it’s still not the same. That said, on a phone with a Snapdragon 7-series chipset these are never fully stutter-free, so the feeling of fluidity doesn’t exist to the same extent as on the Mi 11 we’ve recently long-term reviewed.
Gestures and Recents
Gestures have been reworked under the hood in MIUI 12.5 to be near-instant feeling, and we can confirm that they are. Feature-wise, and also ease-of-use-wise, Xiaomi’s gesture navigation system was already among the best out there, for two simple reasons. First, it lets you hide the ‘pill’ indicator at the bottom of the screen (unlike Google itself), and second. it deals with hamburger slide-out menus in a much more streamlined and easier to understand way than Google.
To go back, you simply swipe from either side in the bottom two-thirds of the screen. To trigger a hamburger slide-out menu for an app that might still have that, do the same swipe in the top third of the screen. See? We told you it was easy. The other gestures are the ones you know already, probably by heart. swipe up to go home, swipe up and hold to enter the Recents menu.
Speaking of Recents, on the Redmi Note 10 Pro (like on most, but strangely enough not all phones running MIUI 12.5), you can pick which way these scroll. You can stick with MIUI’s traditional vertically-scrolling two-column view, or go with a horizontally scrolling list of apps, in a similar fashion to what every other Android skin has been doing for a while.
Since we never understood the point of the dual-column vertically-scrolling Recents screen, we’re very happy to see the other, saner option introduced here. And no one has to get upset. if you like the other way of doing things, you can keep it.
Another thing we’re happy to see in MIUI is the Google Discover feed to the left of the leftmost home screen. This you can also opt-out of if you want, but there’s no way to bring back Xiaomi’s App Vault (which used to occupy the same slot before).
The launcher app seems heavily based on the Poco Launcher, and as such it has the option to use an app drawer, as well as auto-categorize apps in said drawer, and offer app suggestions at the top. You can customize the icon size and grid layout (though you can only pick between 4×6 and 5×6).
Launcher and its settings
The launcher works very well for the most part, although it still has two bugs. The first one we’ve seen before in other Xiaomi phones, and has to do with the impossibility to add in-app shortcuts to the home screen. So for example on other launchers we can have a shortcut to “My Apps” inside the Play Store app. The way to add that is long press on the Play Store icon, then drag the My Apps icon onto the home screen where you want it to be. The first part of that works on the Redmi Note 10 Pro, whereas the second doesn’t.
The other bug we’ve encountered about once every 2-3 days (and this one we haven’t seen on other handsets before) is that the launcher will randomly forget the wallpaper you set and reset to the default one. Hilariously enough, this works both ways. if you simply don’t do anything, it will then randomly revert back to the one you set in a few more hours.
Dark mode, Control Center
Dark mode is obviously available, and it’s schedulable too. There are no darkness settings (to customize how dark it gets), it’s just an on/off switch. You can let the phone dim the wallpaper to fit Dark mode, and adjust text and backgrounds automatically for the same purpose.
Additionally, Dark mode is forced onto all apps by default, regardless of whether they do or do not have a dark theme of their own. While we very much appreciate this option, the fact that it’s turned on for every single app by default is really annoying. A lot of times for apps that do have their own dark themes, this results in weird artifacts on the screen, so you’ll have to jump back to Settings Display Dark mode Dark mode options Individual apps to turn off forcing the theme onto unsuspecting apps.
To make matters worse, there’s no way to batch select apps. you’ll need to turn this off for each one individually. This feels like one of the areas of MIUI that has been ignored recently, maybe it’s time for a touch-up of sorts. having a choice between all on and all off the first time you enter the menu would be nice, for example.
MIUI 12.5 ships with the new iOS-like Control Center that is completely separate from the notification shade, and we’re still not entirely convinced by this way of doing things. We think there are upsides and downsides to both approaches, which is why we’re happy that the option to go back to the normal way Android does things is still there.
Sticking with Quick Settings toggles above the notifications means you don’t have to fiddle with where to swipe down (if you choose the Control Center swiping down from the rightmost two-thirds of the screen will give you that, and you’ll only see the notification shade if you swipe down in the leftmost third.even though in theory the halfway point in the middle should be where one turns into the other, in actual use it’s not like this).
Then again, if you do pick this way of doing things, you only get five Quick Settings toggles visible on the first swipe, to get to the rest you need to swipe down some more. The new Control Center easily wins in the sheer number of toggles it can show you all at once. Thankfully you can swipe left/right to go from the Control Center to notifications and vice versa, although on the Redmi Note 10 Pro this feels flimsy. for about a second nothing happens, which then might make you think you haven’t swiped adequately enough. But if you wait for that second to pass, you’ll then jump to the other side in a weird-feeling motion.
The Settings menu in MIUI 12.5 isn’t all that different from the one in MIUI 12, and that means it still has some “unique” features, like the About phone section being the first one up, and the System Apps Updater still existing. Despite what its name may imply, this doesn’t actually handle updates for all system apps. Some of them update through the Play Store, and it doesn’t feel like there’s any logic to which goes where. Nor does the existence of the System Apps Updater make any sense to us, but hey, at least it’s not an entire duplicate app store (Hi Samsung!). Also, it’s adhering to the Dark Mode now, which it didn’t use to do on all phones in MIUI 12. So that’s progress right there for you.
Settings, System apps updater
Like in MIUI 12, the Settings menu is. comprehensive, for lack of a better word. It is one of the more convoluted out there, but thankfully the search bar is there for you at the top, and has proven to be a great time saver. We still don’t think the MIUI Settings menu is the hardest to navigate out of all the Android skins, but it’s definitely not even close to the easiest to grapple with. It’s also not the lightest feeling, and it looks like there’s a lot going on everywhere, all the time. which would actually be right.
Wallpaper Picker in Settings
We like the fact that the Wallpaper and Theme stores are baked right into Settings, and you get an endlessly scrolling list of wallpapers to choose from without ever having to leave Settings. That’s a nice touch, and there are a ton of designs to pick, and the same goes for themes. So if you aren’t a fan of the default MIUI looks, that can be taken care of very easily.
In the box, along with the phone, you can find a USB Type-C cable, a 33W charger and a classic transparent silicone case. It is quite simple, basic, with an indispensable not the most convenient plug for a USB port.
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We had the news about Russian on the website, just in case I will duplicate:
Xiaomi called Russian for Redmi Note 10
In Russia, through official channels, Redmi Note 10 Pro will be sold in only one version: 8/128 GB for 28,990 rubles, and its younger brother Redmi Note 10 with 4/64 GB for 17,990 rubles.
And do not forget about the existence of last year’s Redmi Note 9 line with a huge selection for every taste: starting from the base Redmi Note 9 with 3/64 GB for 14,990 and ending with the still current Redmi Note 9 Pro with 6/128 GB of memory for 23,990 rubles.
Redmi Note 10 Pro review: Chinese beauty
Among mid-range smartphones, competition is getting stronger, often in reviews and tests, the Redmi Note series, created by Xiaomi, is cited as a benchmark. It consists of several phone models, all this realm of devices is updated annually. In 2021, all attention will be riveted on the Redmi Note 10 line: as usual, the price-performance ratio beckons.
For testing, I didn’t get the base Redmi Note 10, but its more interesting fellow Redmi Note 10 Pro in terms of characteristics, which leads the new family. Let’s quickly unpack another “top for your money”.
Illustration: Svetlana Chuvilyova / Wylsacom Media
Just in case, I’ll make a remark: different versions of phones are presented in different markets, it’s very easy to get confused in all this diversity, so I leave a link to the cheat sheet:
What will be the Russian line of Redmi Note 10?
We will talk about the “global” modification of Redmi Note 10 Pro. Friends from Big Geek found us a test device, for which many thanks.
I am pleased to see how the design of fairly simple devices is changing for the better. Although there are no revolutionary changes in the appearance of the phone, the Redmi Note 10 Pro looks attractive. The case is made of Gorilla Glass 5 glass, the gradient color shimmers beautifully. Biggie friends got hold of not a boring gray-black, but an elegant bronze-orange color. Although, of course, in Russia, by tradition, it is the classic dark version that will be more popular.
The matte back of the phone gets dirty to a moderate extent. I won’t say that it always remains clean, but it’s not as dirty as it usually happens with glossy cases. The frame on the sides is painted in the color of the body, it is made of plastic.
Pay attention to how the block of cameras is designed in many stages. It bulges noticeably above the surface, and it is also felt in the jeans To complete the picture, a promising Ultra Premium signature has also been added.
The case is quite thin, not very heavy, and by the standards of the Redmi Note 10 Pro class, it turned out to be very nice. One can only complain that I would like an aluminum frame instead of plastic, but it is not harmful to dream. But there is moisture protection at the IP53 level. you can’t swim with the phone, but it’s not afraid of splashes.
Of the features, I can highlight the fingerprint scanner on the right side, it is built into the power key. The sensor works quickly and is convenient to use.
Moving on to testing cameras: Redmi Note 10 Pro has five modules:
- Main camera with 108-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor, f/1.9;
- Ultra wide-angle 8 MP with Sony IMX355 module, f/2.2;
- 5 MP autofocus macro camera, f/2.4;
- Depth module to symbolic 2 MP;
- Front camera 16 MP, f / 2.4, which is quite modest.
Night mode is available for the main camera, when the phone takes a series of frames, immediately glues them into one. I won’t say that the difference is critical, but you can notice the differences: a little less noise, shadows are better worked out. But at the same time, the colors in the normal mode turn out to be more natural, because at slow shutter speeds often light objects turn out to be simply overexposed and details disappear.
For example, here is a photo without night mode:
In general, the camera shoots normally, but I did not notice much progress regarding the same Redmi Note 9 Pro. The detailing is still low, the photos are slightly soapy, with an increase, all the flaws are noticeable. If you need an inexpensive smartphone with a great camera, then the Google Pixel 4a is still out of competition.
Ultra wide-angle shoots tolerably, at least it doesn’t smear much around the edges and accurately conveys colors:
2x zoom is not optical, but digital, so keep this in mind. Although in daylight it turns out pretty well, if you just post a photo on a social network:
Portraits are obtained with a neat blur, thanks to Ilya Kichaev for help and participation:
A macro lens allows you to shoot objects at a fairly distant distance: about 3-10 cm. On the one hand, this is convenient, you can not get close to a flower or leaf if you want to shoot a beautiful plant. On the other hand, you need to hold the phone very confidently, otherwise the probability of getting a blurry frame is too high.
I didn’t really like that the background was completely knocked out in the photo from the front camera, and the sky is almost absent in the picture, but otherwise there are no questions about color reproduction. natural skin color and good foreground detail:
Performance and other joys
The phone comes in several versions, with a choice of 6 or 8 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal memory. The fresh processor is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G, it was introduced at the end of 2020. In fact, this is the same Snapdragon 730G, only slightly overclocked: in single-threaded mode we get a frequency of 2.3 GHz versus 2.2 GHz in 730G, the Adreno 618 graphics accelerator was also overclocked by 15%.
It feels like the performance margin is calmly enough for comfortable use of the phone without freezes and lags. But as for games, if you want to cut at maximum settings, then for obvious reasons you can’t compete with the flagship Redmi Note 10 Pro. Demanding games like CoD: Mobile can stutter at maximum settings, but on medium everything is fine.
The smartphone received stereo speakers: sonorous, but hissing at maximum volume. Another thing is that the presence of stereo in itself is already a pleasant fact.
To connect wired headphones, a 3.5 mm jack is useful, and you can control household appliances through the infrared port. There is no indicator light in the phone, but you can use the Always On mode to always see notifications on the screen.
The display is surrounded by fairly thin bezels, the “chin” is traditionally in place, but otherwise everything is beautiful. The edges of the screen are slightly rounded, a factory protective film is glued on the Gorilla Glass 5 glass, and the hole for the front camera is neatly done in the center.
In terms of color reproduction, the phone is good. It has AMOLED with excellent contrast and moderate saturation. The margin for brightness is what you need: by default, the phone gives out 450 nits, this is enough for indoors, but on the street you can manually set brighter settings and get about 700 nits.
The diagonal is impressive: 6.67 inches, resolution 1800 × 2400 pixels, and the phone even supports 120 Hz, which is very rare for such money. It’s always nice to appreciate the smooth operation of the interface, but in games the phone switches to the usual 60 Hz mode, the same applies to YouTube or watching videos in a standard application. By the way, to save battery, you can switch to constant 60 Hz in the phone settings.
Among other features, I note support for HDR 10 and the cinematic standard DCI-P3.
Testing the battery
I want to give advice right away: if you want the phone to work longer, then turn off the 120 Hz mode in the settings. If you use this spectacular beauty, then Redmi Note 10 Pro will live from morning to evening on a single charge, but at ordinary 60 Hz it will take about a day and a half.
There is no wireless charging, but it’s not a big problem, there is a fast wired one. The kit comes with a 33W power supply, the same one you will find with the Redmi Note 9 Pro. The new Redmi 10 Pro, like last year’s Note 9 Pro, supports up to 30 watts, so charging “for growth”.
The 5020 mAh battery charges half in half an hour, and it takes another hour to fully charge.
With all the qualities of the new Redmi Note 10 Pro, there is no doubt that it will become another bestseller. It’s fast and the screen is great, plus the phone lasts a long time and looks decent. Everything is perfect? Not everything, the camera, in my opinion, still behaves unstable, but if you don’t build special illusions about “hundreds of megapixels”, then the smartphone will not disappoint.
Thanks to our friends at the friendliest gadget store Big Geek for helping me find my phone.
What about the proximity sensor? Or in the review they forbade talking about it?
Xiaomi has been doing well with proximity sensors since 2017
For this money, what is sold with us, and this is 25k r for 6 64, I don’t see the point. except for the case and the subjective screen, everything is worse than poco x3 and at the same time more expensive by 5k p. The processor is the same as that of Poko, but for some reason there is no 4K stabilization. apertures increase. the front end is worse. the main module 108 at the time of release is worse than 64 at rest. do not see megapixels!
Amendment Poco x3 in this configuration costs 18k rubles. almost 100 bucks difference with Redmi 10pro, whichever side you look at, but this one is no good. he scored on Olweis (yes, you can turn it on permanently, but the manufacturer directly says that he scored on this and did not optimize energy efficiency with this function). Well, reviews comparing cameras and the rest, I think everything will be found if they want. You can take it only if you really wanted something similar to poko, but the case scared you, but you will overpay 100 bucks for this (and the minus of the case in Redmi Note 10 is heating and throttling of the pluses, only tactile sensations). Before the release, I really wanted to buy it because of the same case, but the other disadvantages and the price blocked the desire. it’s better to have a fat poco or go with the old a2.
how can you say that it’s still soapy, if you need to buy a good camera phone for little money, then this is Google Pixel 4a. But nothing that its cost is just x2 relative to 10 pro ?? Yes, and put a Google camera and voila, we get gorgeous autonomy and a bunch of just half the price of the Pixel. Yes, for such money, Xiaomi shoots simply divine
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i have note 10 pro. Bullshit there with the approach! Full of false positives)) there is just a sensor, if there is something. The speaker throws ultrasound in the face, and next to the microphone they catch reflections. After that, the signal delay time is calculated and it is determined how far the face is from the smartphone. They also correct with an accelerometer to know when the phone has moved. But it sucks, but it doesn’t bother me.
And the fact that there is no stabilization in 4K electronic is the norm? Given that on the same processor in cheaper Xiaomi smartphones, is it? And if we talk about the quality of filming in general, then I don’t see much difference at all with smartphones 2x 3x years ago. because everything is driven by pixel sizes and the same technology. as I wrote in the sweat below, I am the owner of mi a 2 and there is almost no difference in good weather. and mi a 2 with Google camera will not differ much from Redmi 10 pro and in the dark (on the drain in the dark, of course, a2 is worse. again, software. because the same aperture on a2 is better). https://www.YouTube.com/watch?v=wcKbkiZ44fc Here you can see 4K stabilization and 1080 quality with stabilization (I don’t see any progress from the word at all. My friend has x3 and he shoots better)) about stabilization https:/ /www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwIStJ0N8Gk. And I saw the review now I can’t find where the color reproduction in cloudy weather suffers in the 108 pm mode. To sum up, yes, a good device, but nothing new and innovative in relation to smarts of the 18 19 20s. which cost 13.14 tons. Yes, of course, and the dollar has grown. but I don’t like that they stupidly bred their customers for software cuts in the same stabilization, just so that you stupidly buy mi 11 Lite which is the same price, camera but already with stabilization)) Therefore, to say that for such money it shoots a divinely strong statement! And how then is Poco x3 for 18 t r super divine ?
And the conclusion itself was made by one not to compare with this divorce for grandmas, but simply to pick up and take something good for 20 years, the same Samsung 20 Fe at discounts for 40 t r with flagship cameras, or for 52 iPhone 11. And forget about the fact that there is stabilization no, but here the screen is a little bit not very good, and here the sound is not very good (about the sound, I’m talking about the Samsung a72, which costs 35 tons for a minute). just add 10 15 t r and take a really good device without compromises and divorces.
And how does the phone then understand what is in your and that you can’t turn on the screen when you call?
reread your question and rephrase or realize what you wrote. Are you calling from your ? The phone does not understand adequately. If the distance of the reflected signal exceeds the set parameters, then it will not turn off.