Redmi Note 10S is getting MIUI 12.5 Enhanced update
Xiaomi is gearing up to introduce its MIUI 13 in the next few days with the release of Xiaomi 12. However, there are still plenty of smartphones that are yet to receive the latest possible MIUI 12 version. The twelfth version of MIUI arrived early last year to become one of the longest runs for a version of the skin. Earlier this year, we saw Xiaomi rolling out an incremental step for the pure MIUI 12 dubbed MIUI 12.5. A few months later, it announced MIUI 12.5 Enhanced as the last step before MIUI 13. Several rumors were pointing to the MIUI 13 release earlier this year, but Xiaomi wasnt able to deliver the firmware in time. There are still several devices getting MIUI 12.5 Enhanced and for some MIUI 13 will be a distant dream. As far as the Redmi Note 10S is concerned, its users are getting the latest firmware available today.
Xiaomi has begun the rollout of MIUI 12.5 Enhanced for the Redmi Note 10S. The latest software update is currently rolling out in Turkey will build number V220.127.116.11.RKLTRXM. As usual, the update is going on through batches. Therefore, some users will receive it at this first moment while others will have to wait a couple of days. Xiaomi will also be following closely the rollout to see if there is any critical issue that has escaped the beta testing stage.
Redmi Note 10S specs recap
Worth noting that the Redmi Note 10s is one of the 4G smartphones in the lineup boasting the MediaTek Helio G95 SoC. The chipset is certainly old at this point with a 12 nm architecture. However, it is still better than other offerings for the cost-effective segment. Besides the processing power, the device has a 6.43-inch Full HD AMOLED display. Furthermore, it packs a Quad-Camera setup with a 64 MP primary camera, an 8 MP ultrawide, a 2 MP macro, and a 2 MP depth-sensing module. There is a 13 MP selfie snapper inside of a punch hole.
Other Redmi Note 10S aspects include stereo speakers a 3.5 mm headphone jack, a micro SD card slot, side-mounted fingerprint scanner. It also has an IP53 rating, a 5,000 mAh battery, and 33W fast charging. The Redmi Note 10s runs Android 11 straight out of the box and we assume it will be eligible for an Android 12 update. It may also get MIUI 13 in the next year, but you should not hold your breath for it.
Redmi Note 10S Review, Should You Buy This Latest Note 10 Upgrade?
Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 10S, its latest Redmi smartphone last month in India. Its key features include a 6.43-inch Full HD AMOLED screen with up to 1100 nits brightness, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection, MediaTek Helio G95 processor with 6GB of RAM, quad rear camera setup with 64MP main camera, and a 5000mAh battery with fast charging support. The phone is now available for a starting price of Rs. 14.999. So should you go for this new mid-range phone? We have been using the phone for a while now and here’s our detailed Redmi Note 10S review.
Redmi Note 10S Review
Redmi Note 10S Box Content
The phone comes with all the essentials inside the box. The following are the box contents:
- 1 unit Redmi Note 10S
- Mi 33W Fast Charging Adapter
- USB Type A to Type C Cable
- Clear TPU Case
- SIM Ejector Tool
- User manuals
Redmi Note 10S Design Build Quality
The Redmi Note 10S is the latest edition in Redmi Note 10 series, and it even looks like the Redmi Note 10. The gradient finish looks cool, especially in the new Deep Sea Blue color that we got. Other colors are similar to the Redmi Note 10- Shadow Black and Frost White. The back panel is made of polycarbonate, but that doesn’t make any difference in its looks. The frame is also made out of plastic and it is curved which is also an add-on in terms of looks.
Unlike most smartphones these days, the Redmi Note 10S is a lightweight and slim smartphone, measuring 8.3mm in thickness, and 179g weight respectively. Apart from this, the back is curved along the sides, so the phone is quite comfortable to hold and use even with one hand. The power button integrates a fingerprint scanner and is well-positioned, and so are the volume buttons above.
The camera module has a silver highlight around it which catches the eye. Also, there is not that much camera bump as it looks like in photos, so when you place the phone on a flat surface, it remains flat.
The Redmi Note 10S comes with stereo speakers with speakers at the top and bottom. Also, just like other Redmi smartphones, there is an IR blaster at the top along with the secondary mic. The USB Type-C port and 3.5mm headphone jack are located at the bottom. Interestingly, Redmi Note 10S also comes with an IP53 rating for dust and water resistance, which is a good thing.
Redmi Note 10S Display
The Redmi Note 10S sports a big display that is very bright and offers vibrant colors, thanks to the AMOLED technology. This 6.43-inch AMOLED panel also has Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for protection. There are thin bezels on each side, but the bottom chin is a little bit noticeable. At the top, there is a small punch-hole at the center.
The AMOLED display also comes with a Full-HD resolution and offers a peak brightness of 1100 nits. In our testing we found its brightness level at 559LUX, which is quite good, looking at its price point.
So, because of this, the display also offers good viewing angles and it is visible even under sunlight.
The phone also comes with display settings to adjust the color scheme and temperature, and some modes like Reading mode, anti-flicker mode, and Sunlight mode.
Another good feature in terms of the display is the Always-on display. Just like premium phones, you can set a custom image on AOD. Otherwise, there are default screensavers like Analog clocks, Kaleidoscope, and some cool backgrounds. You can also change text color, and select which items to display from battery percentage and notifications.
The Redmi Note 10S packs a powerful MediaTek Helio G95 processor that is paired with 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM. You get two storage options- 64GB and 128GB which is a UFS 2.2 type storage. The phone also has an option for storage expansion with a dedicated microSD slot.
Helio G95 processor is powerful enough for all the normal day-to-day usage. It is clocked at 2.05GHz. The Redmi Note 10S managed to score 330,650 points in the AnTuTu benchmark. The read and write speed of the phone is also good with UFS type of storage.
If we talk about the gaming performance of the Redmi Note 10S, it is up to the mark for a mid-range phone as MediaTek’s G95 is a good chipset for gaming. We played Call of Duty Mobile and it was smooth gaming at max frame rates.
The phone got a little warm on the upper half, near the camera module, but it was not that “hot”, even after more than 30 minutes of gaming. We did not try any other game as of now, but we are sure this phone can run all the games, including the heavy ones without much trouble.
Software and UI
The Redmi Note 10S is running on MIUI 12.5 on top of Android 11, so basically it is the first Xiaomi smartphone with the latest MIUI version in India. The addition of Android 11 adds some features to MIUI and this version of MIUI 12.5 will also get more features with the stable release. As of now, there are some new features including privacy features, new notification sounds, and some cross-border connecting features.
Apart from this, the new UI comes with many already installed apps like Amazon. Zili, Netflix, Messenger, Truecaller, etc. You can uninstall all these apps at any time. Apart from this, there is an app vault at the left swipe on the home screen which has those annoying recommendations, advanced tools, popular games, etc. You can also remove these from settings.
Coming to the camera performance, the Redmi Note 10S sports a quad-camera setup with a 64-megapixel primary camera. There is an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, a 2-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel depth camera. There is a 13-megapixel selfie camera.
Talking about camera performance, the phone captures colors accurately most of the time, especially when the lighting is right. The 64MP mode is not much different than the normal mode except for it offers some good detailing in pictures. But who wants a 20MB picture clogging up their memory?
Coming to the portrait mode, the edge detection is good but not that perfect. In some cases, it’s visible that the phone has failed to detect the perfect edge of the object. The background blur is good and colors are also not much affected in this mode.
The camera also has a night mode for low-light pictures, which does perform better in some cases. This mode clicks clearer shots even at night and only artificial lights are there.
For videos, there are all the usual modes including slow motion, time-lapse. There is also a short video mode as well as a document scanner in the camera.
Coming to the front camera, the phone clicks social-media-worthy pictures from the front camera. It has beautification mode activated by default which can not be very appealing for all. However, you can turn this off. The selfie camera also has a portrait mode which blurs out backgrounds just perfectly.
Battery and Charging
Redmi Note 10S packs a massive 5000mAh battery which has become common these days in most Android phones. This much size is usually capable of delivering more than one day of usage very easily on a single charge if you are not a heavy user. So did Redmi Note 10S in our testing, also, it did not show any sudden battery drain.
If we talk about charging, Xiaomi has been offering a 33W charger in the Redmi Note 10S box which can charge its big battery at a good rate. The fast charger took the smartphone from zero to 40 percent in thirty minutes and to 100 percent in approx 80 minutes.
Redmi Note 10S Speakers
As mentioned above, the phone comes with stereo speakers with one speaker at the top and one at the bottom. So, in terms of audio, it offers loud and less distorted sound quality. So, while watching movies or playing games, you will feel the real difference in sound. In our testing, we found its audio levels at 100 decibels. It also supports Hi-Res certified audio.
Connectivity and Others
The Redmi Note 10S comes with all the usual and necessary connectivity options like Bluetooth 5, dual-band Wi-Fi, dual 4G VoLTE, and VoWiFi. The phone can use two Nano-SIMs and as mentioned both can be 4G. Also, it has a 3.5mm headphone jack for connecting wired headphones, and you can also control your TV or AC remotely with its IR blaster.
Q. Do earphones come inside the Redmi Note 10S box?
A. No, earphones are not there in the box.
Q. Does Redmi Note 10S come with a fast charger in the box?
A.Yes. Redmi Note 10S comes with a 33W fast charger in the box.
Q. Does Redmi Note 10S have a dedicated SD card slot?
A. Yes, it comes with a dedicated SD card slot, so you can 2 SIM cards and 1 SD card at once.
Q. Can I use two 4G (Jio) SIM cards on Redmi Note 10S?
A. Yes, you can use two 4G SIM cards at the same time as it supports the Dual VoLTE feature.
Q. Can I remote control my TV, and AC with Redmi Note 10S?
A. Yes, Redmi Note 10S comes with an IR blaster that allows you to control some appliances like AC, TV.
Q. Does Redmi Note 10S support WI-FI calling?
A. Yes, Redmi Note 10S supports VoWiFi or WI-FI calling feature.
Redmi Note 10S Review: Conclusion
With features like an AMOLED screen, 64MP Quad camera, and 5000mAh battery with a fast charger, Redmi Note 10S appears to be a good package at its price. However, at just Rs 1,000 more, you can also get a Redmi Note 10 Pro which comes with a slightly more powerful Snapdragon 732 processor, a 120Hz refresh rate display, as well as a better selfie camera. However, if you have a very strict budget that doesn’t allow extra 1000 bucks, then Redmi Note 10S can be a good choice for you.
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Redmi Note 10S Review
Redmi is Xiaomis midrange and budget smartphone segments. Redmi Note series is renowned for its powerful battery and flagship-level imaging system. Maintaining this, Redmi Note 10S has 64MP wide-angle camera and MediaTek HelioG95 Octa-core processor for smooth gaming experience on budget.
Redmi Note 10S has 6.43 AMOLED dot-display. The display is 24001080 pixels FHD and is comfortable for eyes at all times.
Powered by MediaTek Helio G95 ( CPU: Arm Cortex-A55, Arm Cortex-A76, Max CPU Frequency to 2.05GHz, Octa-core 8nm, GPU: ARM Mali-G76 MC4) provides premium HyperEngine Gaming Technology. Redmi Note 10S has 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM with 64GB or 128GB ROM.
Rear Camera of Redmi Note 10S is Quad camera setup. Primary Camera is 64MP wide-angle camera with 2MP ultra-wide angle camera, 2MP Macro camera and 2MP depth sensor.
The front selfie camera is 13MP camera with Timed burst, AI beautify, AI portrait mode Time-lapse features.
Redmi Note 10S Specifications
|display||Size: 6.43 inchType: AMOLED DotDisplayResolution: 24001080 pixels FHDPPI: 409ppiBrightness: 700nitsAspect ratio: 20:9|
|Design/Size||Weight: 178.8gSize: 160.4674.58.29mm|
|Processor||Processor: MediaTek Helio G95CPU: Max CPU frequency 2.05 GHzGPU: ARM Mali-G76 MC4|
|operating system||Android 11 (MIUI 12.5)|
|Storage||RAM: 6GB LPDDR4XROM: 64/128GB|
|Camera (rear)||Quad Camera SetupPrimary Camera: 64MP, f/1.79Ultra-wide Camera: 8MP, f/2.2Telemacro Camera: 2MP, f/2.4Depth Sensor: 2MP, f/2.4Video recording: 4K@30FPS|
|Camera (front)||13MP camera, f/2.45Video recording: 1080p@30FPS|
|security||Side mounted fingerprint sensor, AI face unlock|
|sound||Dual speakers, Immersive stereo sound3.5mm headphone jack|
|Battery||5000mAh battery33W wired fast charging, USB Type-C|
Redmi Note 10S gets power from a powerful 5000mAh battery with 33W fast charging. This fast charging allows to charge 54% battery in 30 minutes.
Redmi Note 10S
The Redmi Note 10S and Redmi Note 10 look the same, making it impossible to tell them apart unless you get the newer model in its exclusive Deep Sea Blue color. This new variation has a gradient finish that looks fresh. Like the Redmi Note 10, the Note 10S is also available in subtle colors such as Shadow Black and Frost White. The Redmi Note 10S is a relatively thin smartphone measuring 8.29mm and weighing 179g. The polycarbonate back is curved on the sides, making it comfortable to hold. The camera module is on the left rear and does not protrude much. To draw attention, the new 64-megapixel main camera is adorned with a silver backlight.
Redmi Note 10S: specifications and software
The Redmi Note 10S is powered by a more powerful MediaTek Helio G95 processor than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 678 in the Redmi Note 10. This processor is paired with 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM, and you can choose between 64GB and 128GB of UFS 2.2 storage. There is also a dedicated slot for memory expansion. Redmi Note 10S features a Full HD AMOLED display with a maximum brightness of 1100 nits. It has good viewing angles and is easy to read in sunlight. You can also customize the color scheme and color temperature of the display to suit your needs. Redmi Note 10S supports Bluetooth 5, dual-band Wi-Fi, VoLTE and VoWiFi. This device is dual SIM and can use two nano SIM cards.
Redmi Note 10S performance and battery life
Redmi Note 10S offers very good performance and shows no signs of slowing down during the review period. There is 6 GB of RAM for easy multitasking. I found the AMOLED display to have good viewing angles and it does get quite bright outdoors. The stereo speakers are a neat addition and help improve the video experience on the Redmi Note 10S. The side fingerprint scanner is easily accessible and allows you to quickly unlock your smartphone.
Redmi Note 10S cameras
The Redmi Note 10S has a quad-camera setup just like the Redmi Note 10, except the main camera sensor has a higher resolution. It features a 64MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, a 2MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. For selfies, it has a 13-megapixel camera.
The screen of a mobile device is characterized by its technology, resolution, pixel density, diagonal length, color depth, etc.
One of the main characteristics of the screen. this is the technology by which it is made and on which the image quality of information directly depends.
For mobile devices, the screen size is expressed by the length of its diagonal, measured in inches.
The ratio of the dimensions of the long side of the screen to its short side
Screen resolution indicates the number of pixels vertically and horizontally on the screen. Higher resolution means sharper image detail.
Information about the number of pixels per centimeter or inch of the screen. Higher density allows information to be shown on the screen in clearer detail.
Screen color depth reflects the total number of bits used for the color components in a single pixel. Information about the maximum number of colors that the screen can show.
Approximate percentage of screen footprint on the front of the device.
Information about other functions and features of the screen.
Information about navigation and location technologies supported by the device.
Location determination is carried out using various satellite navigation systems that track the autonomous geospatial location of the device that supports them. The most commonly used satellite navigation systems. these are GPS and GLONASS. There are also non-satellite localization technologies for mobile devices, such as EOTD, Enhanced 911, GSM Cell ID.
WiFi. is a technology that provides wireless communication for short distance data transmission between different devices.
Wi-Fi communication between devices is carried out through IEEE 802.11 standards. Some devices have the ability to serve as a Wi-Fi hotspot, providing Internet access to other devices. Wi-Fi Direct (Wi-Fi P2P). this is another useful standard that allows devices to communicate with each other without the need for a wireless access point (WAP).
System on a chip (SoC) includes all the most important hardware components of a mobile device in one chip.
System on a chip (SoC) integrates various hardware components such as processor, graphics processor, memory, peripherals, interfaces, etc., as well as the software necessary for their operation.
Information about the technological process by which the chip is made. The value in nanometers measures half the distance between elements in the processor.
The main function of the processor (CPU) of a mobile device. is the interpretation and execution of instructions contained in software applications.
The bit depth (bits) of a processor is determined by the size (in bits) of registers, address buses, and data buses. 64-bit processors have higher performance compared to 32-bit processors, which, in turn, are more productive than 16-bit processors.
Instructions. these are commands with which the software sets / controls the operation of the processor. Information about the instruction set (ISA) that the processor can execute.
The processor core executes program instructions. There are processors with one, two or more cores. Having more cores increases performance by allowing multiple instructions to be executed in parallel.
The clock speed of a processor describes its speed in terms of cycles per second. It is measured in megahertz (MHz) or gigahertz (GHz).
The graphics processing unit (GPU) handles calculations for various 2D/3D graphics applications. In mobile devices, it is used most often by games, consumer interface, video applications, etc.
Like the CPU, the GPU is made up of several working parts called cores. They handle the graphical calculations of different applications.
Work speed. is the clock speed of the GPU and is measured in megahertz (MHz) or gigahertz (GHz).
Random access memory (RAM) is used by the operating system and all installed applications. Data that is stored in RAM is lost after the device is turned off or restarted.
Information about the type of random access memory (RAM) used by the device.
Information about the number of RAM channels that are integrated into the SoC. channels means higher data rates.
The frequency of RAM determines its speed, more specifically, the speed of reading / writing data.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S. Specifications
Dimensions: 74.5 x 160.46 x 8.29 mmWeight: 178 gSoC: MediaTek Helio G95Processor: 2x 2.05 GHz Cortex-A76, 6x 2.0 GHz Cortex-A55, Cores: 8GPU: ARM Mali-G76 MC4, 900MHz, Cores: 4RAM : 6 GB, 1800 MHz ROM: 64 GB, 128 GB Memory cards: microSD, microSDHC, microSDXC Screen: 6.43 in, Super AMOLED, 1080 x 2400 pixels, 24 bit Battery: 5000 mAh, Li-Ion (Li-Ion) Operating system : MIUI 12.5 (Android 11)Camera: 9280 x 6920 pixels, 3840 x 2160 pixels, 30fps SIM card: Nano-SIMWi-Fi: a, b, g, n, n 5GHz, ac, Dual band, Wi-Fi Fi Hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi Display USB: 2.0, USB Type-C Bluetooth: 5.1 Navigation: GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou, NavIC
Information about the dimensions and weight of the device, presented in different units of measurement. Used materials, suggested colors, certificates.
Width information. refers to the horizontal side of the device in its standard orientation during use.
Altitude information. refers to the vertical side of the device in its standard orientation during use.
Information about the thickness of the device in different units of measurement.
Information about the weight of the device in different units of measurement.
Approximate volume of the device, calculated from dimensions provided by the manufacturer. Applies to cuboid devices.
Information about the colors in which this device is offered for sale.
Materials used for the manufacture of the device body.
Information about the standards to which this device is certified.
Smartphones have one or more front cameras of various designs. pop-up camera, PTZ camera, notch or hole in the display, camera under the display.
The optical format of a sensor is an indication of its shape and size. Usually expressed in inches.
Pixels are usually measured in microns. Larger pixels are able to capture more light and therefore provide better low-light performance and a wider dynamic range than smaller pixels. On the other hand, smaller pixels allow higher resolution while maintaining the same sensor size.
Luminosity (also known as f-stop, aperture, or f-number) is a measure of the size of a lens aperture that determines the amount of light that enters the sensor. The lower the f-number, the larger the aperture and the more light reaches the sensor. Usually, the number f is indicated, corresponding to the maximum possible aperture of the aperture.
One of the main characteristics of cameras is resolution. It represents the number of horizontal and vertical pixels in an image. For convenience, smartphone manufacturers often list resolution in megapixels, indicating the approximate number of pixels in millions.
Information about the maximum video resolution that the camera can record.
Information about the maximum recording rate (frames per second, fps) supported by the camera at maximum resolution. Some of the most basic video recording rates are 24 fps, 25 fps, 30 fps, 60 fps.
Information about additional software and hardware features of the rear (rear) camera.
bluetooth. is a standard for secure wireless data transfer between different types of devices over short distances.
There are several versions of Bluetooth, with each subsequent one improving communication speed, coverage, making it easier to discover and connect devices. Information about the Bluetooth version of the device.
Bluetooth uses different profiles and protocols for faster data exchange, energy savings, better device discovery, and more. Some of these profiles and protocols supported by the device are shown here.
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USB (Universal Serial Bus). it is an industry standard that allows different electronic devices to communicate.
There are several types of USB connectors: standard, mini, micro, On-The-Go, etc. The type of connector that the device uses.
The USB standard has several versions: USB 1.0 (1996), USB 2.0 (2000), USB 3.0 (2008), etc. With each subsequent version, the data transfer speed increases.
The USB interface in mobile devices can be used for various purposes, for example, to recharge the battery, use the device as a mass storage, host, etc.
Mobile network. is a radio system that allows multiple mobile devices to communicate with each other.
GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) is designed to replace the analogue mobile network (1G). For this reason, GSM is often referred to as a 2G mobile network. It is enhanced by the addition of GPRS (General Packet Radio Services) and later EDGE (Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution) technologies.
W-CDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) is the air interface used by 3G mobile networks and is one of the three main UMTS air interfaces along with TD-SCDMA and TD-CDMA. It provides even higher data transfer speeds and the ability to connect more consumers at the same time.
LTE (Long Term Evolution) is defined as fourth generation (4G) technology. It is developed by 3GPP based on GSM/EDGE and UMTS/HSPA to increase the capacity and speed of wireless mobile networks. The subsequent development of technologies is called LTE Advanced.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S hands-on review
The Redmi Note 10S has a quad-camera setup at the back, consisting of a 64MP wide camera, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, a 2MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. There is no optical image stabilization and any stabilization done is in software.
At first glance, it seemed like the 64MP main camera could be the same as the Samsung GW3 found on the Redmi Note 10 Pro. However, after Xiaomi refused to give us a straight answer to what the sensor model is, we decided to dig a little and discovered that it is an OmniVision OV64B. Meanwhile, the 8MP ultra-wide camera uses a Sony IMX355, the 2MP macro camera uses OmniVision OV02B, and the 2MP depth sensor uses a GalaxyCore GC02M1.
The camera application is identical to other MIUI 12 devices. The main camera modes can be accessed at the bottom of the screen (in portrait) and you can either choose to have the extra modes be hidden under a separate ” screen or swipe up to access all of them, similar to the OnePlus Camera app.
At the top of the screen are additional options to toggle HDR, AI mode, flash, color filters, and Google Lens. The settings panel has additional options for changing aspect ratios, countdown timers, guidelines, and enabling macro, tilt-shift, timed-burst, and Pro color modes. If you’re wondering what Pro color does, it just makes the colors more saturated and less accurate, which is the opposite of what you’d think a Pro mode would do.
The actual Settings menu then has additional options, such as adding a watermark to images, Smart suggestions, orientation warnings, ultra-wide distortion correction, and even options to customize the color scheme and sounds of the camera app.
Now, getting down to the business of image quality, let’s start first with the main 64MP wide camera. The image quality from this camera is a bit disappointing. On one hand, things like color performance, dynamic range, and contrast are all adequate good, especially for the price segment.
Wide camera daylight samples
On the other hand, there is absolutely no fine detail in the images to speak of, with everything having a muddled, grainy look to it. When staring at the images at 100% zoom, they look like a watercolor painting with all fine detail and texture being non-existent. The image looks like it was upscaled from a low-resolution original image and then oversharpened aggressively to compensate.
To confirm if the issue was with the hardware or the software, we also shot a few images back to back in raw and compared them with the JPEG files from Auto and Pro modes. All the JPEG files had the same aforementioned watercolor effect to them when seen up close. However, the raw files looked just fine, and exporting them to JPEG produced much more pleasing and detailed results.
In-camera JPEG JPEG processed from raw
In the comparison above, you can see how much more detail the image made from the raw file is compared to the JPEG generated by the phone. The phone’s image looks sharper at first but it’s only when you look closely do you realize that it has no actual detail, which is the opposite of the image converted from the raw file. The colors from the raw image are just to taste and not indicative of anything.
The phone has no telephoto camera so all zooming is done digitally. Even at 2x zoom, the image quality falls apart completely and the images are mushy and a complete mess.
Wide camera 2x digital zoom
The phone also allows shooting in 64MP resolution but these images have no real additional detail to offer and just waste space on the disk.
Wide camera 64MP samples
Moving on to the ultra-wide camera, we didn’t notice any particular issue with the images. However, the images aren’t particularly great to begin with and the 8MP resolution isn’t adequate for such a wide focal length. The camera also makes little effort to match the colors of the main wide camera, so the images captured from the ultra-wide of the same subject come out much warmer and generally different looking than the main camera.
Ultra wide camera samples
The Redmi Note 10S also has a 2MP macro camera. Like most others like it, this camera, along with the depth sensor, basically exists to fill out the spec sheet. The images captured are nothing to write home about as the camera has no autofocus, and the 2MP resolution is just not enough to capture sufficient detail even at the closeup distances. Image quality also degrades considerably in lower light levels.
The low light performance is disappointing. Shooting within the standard Photo mode, you get okay results that may or may not be usable upon the lighting conditions. However, it’s the Night mode images that are abysmal. It’s rare to see image quality somehow get worse when the Night mode is enabled, but that’s exactly what’s happening here.
Lowlight auto vs Lowlight Night mode
The Night mode also works only on the main wide camera, so it’s not usable with the ultra-wide camera at all.
The Redmi Note 10S can capture 4K 30fps video from the main wide camera and 1080p 30fps video from the ultra-wide camera.
The 4K 30fps mode from the wide camera is practically useless, as there’s no image stabilization of any sort. This results in an incredibly jerky video that becomes nearly unusable the moment you start walking with the camera.
To produce usable results, you need to drop down to 1080p 30fps mode, which is the default and what the camera will always reset to when you reopen the app. This looks decent as the image stabilization does a decent job of making the videos look watchable, so if you can’t prop the phone somewhere, better use this mode.
There’s also a 1080p 60fps mode but like the 4K 30fps mode, there’s no image stabilization, and coupled with the generally soft image makes this mode completely useless outside of select scenarios.
Finally, the ultra-wide camera also produces stabilized 1080p 30fps videos. These videos are also usable and the wider perspective helps mitigate some of the crop from the digital stabilization. However, the videos are very soft and don’t look good on anything other than smartphone displays.
We’d be remiss to not mention the issues we had shooting sample videos from this phone, or even still images for that matter. As mentioned in the performance section, the phone tends to overheat quite easily and then takes a while to cool down. This happens even more rapidly if you’re outside shooting photos or videos under the sun.
While we were shooting our samples, the phone overheated to the point that while it was working the samples we shot were unusable because of all the massive stutters and frame drops recorded in them, causing us to reshoot everything once the phone had cooled down. This also affects the still photo experience but to a lesser extent. While you can’t see it in the final images, the camera app becomes extremely unresponsive and photos take ages to capture and save.
We think using a case exacerbates the issue as the heat gets trapped between the phone’s body and the silicone case. Unfortunately, we don’t really foresee people not using cases on their phones so you should probably factor this in if you also plan on shooting outside in the sun with this phone.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S detailed review
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S is the fourth smartphone in the Redmi Note 10 lineup that already includes the Redmi Note 10, Redmi Note 10 Pro and the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max. With the Redmi Note 10S, Xiaomi wants to further narrow down the gap between the Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 price segment. Starting at Rs 14,999, it sits comfortably between the standard Redmi Note 10 and the Note 10 Pro, but costs Rs 2,500 more than the standard version. The Redmi Note 10S is a slight upgrade over the Redmi Note 10 (review) as it brings in the MediaTek Helio G95 processor and a new primary camera to the mix. Otherwise, it is the same phone as the Redmi Note 10 and both are visually indistinguishable from each other. So, what do you get exactly by shelling out that extra money for the Note 10S, here’s what we found out.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S Camera review
The Redmi Note 10S has a quad-camera setup on the back much like the standard Redmi Note 10. However, the primary camera has received an upgrade from 48MP on the Note 10 to 64MP on the Note 10S. The Redmi Note 10S has a 64MP primary camera that uses an OmniVision OV64B sensor and offers an f/1.8 aperture. The remaining three cameras are the same as on the regular Note 10 including an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera with 118-degree field-of-view, 2MP macro camera and 2MP depth sensor.
Over on the front, there is a 13MP selfie camera housed within the punch-hole notch cutout in the centre. The rear cameras can record in 4K UHD at 30FPS and 1080p at upto 60FPS with features like macro video mode and pro-time-lapse mode.
The Redmi Note 10S produces decent pictures during daylight that have natural colors but is unable to provide much clarity if you look at the images closely. Some of the images also looked overexposed and slightly oversaturated but overall, the primary camera produced good and usable pictures in daylight. The phone also takes good close up pictures with details, textures and natural bokeh.
The 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera produces images that are less detailed and suffer from distortion around the edges. The ultra-wide-angle camera, though picks up accurate colors was unable to produce sharp images and only the center of the frame remained visibly clear when zoomed in.
During the night or in low-lit environments, the camera produced filled pictures with noise and fewer details. The images were not as sharp even with the night mode which is a bummer, though the 64MP mode did give marginally better results at night. That being said, the low-light performance of the Note 10S cameras is unremarkable and it is best used to capture pictures during daytime or in well-lit conditions.
The Redmi Note 10S also has a fixed-FOCUS macro camera that produces average pictures and is a lot of hit and miss affair with this one. You will have to go really close to your subject in the frame for any chance to get a decent macro picture. Then too, it will often be quite grainy, but with somewhat decent colors.
One pain point that bugged us was constantly the sluggish camera app that took forever to capture one picture. We encountered an apparent delay in shots from when the shutter button was pressed and overall, the camera app was laggy. However, when it comes to pictures, we liked the daylight performance of the cameras on the Note 10S even though we feel it is a minor upgrade in the larger scheme of things.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S Review: An Insignificant Upgrade
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S is a compelling phone to buy in the sub-Rs 15,000 price segment. It offers performance gains over the Redmi Note 10, but the camera performance left us asking for more. Then again, it is a solid phone to buy if you are looking for a decent daily driver and you cannot extend your budget by much. It can run apps, games without breaking a sweat and the MIUI 12.5 offers more personalization options than ever. That being said, if you are specifically looking for a phone that can offer great gaming performance and can go through demanding tasks then you can check out its elder sibling, the Redmi Note 10 Pro. The Redmi Note 10S is perfect for those that sit at the intersection of normal use and casual gaming.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S Design and Display review
Being an affordable phone, the Redmi Note 10S has a plastic build and is being offered in three colors: Shadow Black, Frost White and Deep Sea Blue to choose from. It measures 8.3 millimeters in thickness and weights 178 grams.
The phone feels solid in the hand with its curved back design and a gradient finish if you go for the blue colour. It is not a fingerprint magnet but does retain smudge marks. The volume rockers and the power button are fairly clicky with a flat design for the power button that doubles up as the fingerprint reader. The Redmi Note 10S has also received an IP53 rating which shields it from regular splashes of water and dust ingress.
The Redmi Note 10S features a 6.43-inch Super AMOLED display that offers a Full HD (2400 x 1080 pixels) resolution. It has a punch-hole notch cutout in the top center with narrow bezels on three sides and a slightly wide chin. The screen does not support a high refresh rate but is topped with a layer of Gorilla Glass 3.
The display on the Redmi Note 10S can get bright and produces good colors. There is an option built-in to the display menu that lets you change the color scheme of the display according to the preference. In our display test, the screen was able to offer 416 nits brightness and 3 nits of minimum brightness. The screen offers decent sunlight legibility and has good viewing angles. Overall, the AMOLED display is pretty good and can easily be used to watch videos on YouTube or binge-watch Netflix as it does support Widevine L1.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S performance review
The Redmi Note 10S is powered by the MediaTek Helio G95 processor that has an octa-core CPU and Mali-G76 graphics. The CPU has two performance cores clocked at 2.05GHz and six power-efficient cores running at 2.0GHz. This is paired with up to 6GB LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB UFS 2.2 storage options to choose from. The Helio G95 first debuted with the Realme 7 and has since powered phones like the Narzo 20 Pro and more. We received the 6GB 128GB variant for the review and it runs on MIUI 12.5, which is based on Android 11. The phone also has a micro-SD card for storage expansion.
In our daily use, the Redmi Note 10S offered a stable performance and we did not encounter any lags or slow-downs caused by stressing the system. We were easily able to browse online, check our social media handles, play games and more but the phone showed little signs of stress.
The Redmi Note 10S scored 327219 points on AnTuTu benchmarks, defeating the Narzo 30A and even the Redmi Note 10. However, the Note 10S received some of the lowest scores in Geekbench tests that awarded it 200 and 991 points in single-core and multi- core benchmarks. For some reason, our unit of the Redmi Note 10S did not run 3DMark, GFXBench and Gamebench.
Having said that, games like Call of Duty: Mobile, Asphalt 9 and Free Fire ran smoothly on the Redmi Note 10S at high graphics. We played multiple rounds of COD Mobile on the phone and it ran smoothly without any major setbacks. It consistently offered between 50-60FPS when playing COD Mobile. Thought, you should not expect anything more from the phone as it will begin to stress under intensive tasks. For example, in COD Mobile, we had to revert to the default graphics settings as having it maxed out for one round really taxed the performance of the phone. In between our gaming sessions, the phone did get warm to some extent but it is perfectly normal under such graphics-intensive tasks.
The MIUI 12.5 running on the Redmi Note 10S is snappy and easy to navigate around. It offers tons of personalization options like themes, always-on display, gestures support and a Game Turbo mode. The Redmi Note 10S has dual stereo speakers that are fairly loud but nothing out of the ordinary. The power button on the phone doubles up as a fingerprint reader which lets you unlock the phone in a jiffy.
We think that the Redmi Note 10S performs the best under balanced workloads that also ensures sustained performance over time. It works smoothly in day-to-day activities such as listening to music, watching videos, browsing the internet, checking feeds on social media and also offers a smooth gaming performance.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S battery review
The Redmi Note 10S is equipped with a 5,000mAh battery that supports 33W fast charging out-of-the-box. On regular use case without much gaming in the way, the Redmi Note 10S was easily able to last for over a day and a half. If you are someone who is into mobile gaming, you should reasonably expect around a day’s worth of juice or less if you like to play for hours at a stretch. The 33W charging adapter provided in the box can fully charge the phone in 75 minutes.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S Review Verdict
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S is a compelling phone to buy in the sub-Rs 15,000 price segment. It offers performance gains over the Redmi Note 10, but the camera performance left us asking for more. Then again, it is a solid phone to buy if you are looking for a decent daily driver and you cannot extend your budget by much. It can run apps, games without breaking a sweat and the MIUI 12.5 offers more personalization options than ever.
That being said, if you are specifically looking for a phone that can offer great gaming performance and can go through demanding tasks then you can check out the elder sibling Redmi Note 10 Pro. The Redmi Note 10S is perfect for those that sit at the intersection of normal use and casual gaming. That’s where it really shines and one should not expect anything beyond.
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The Redmi Note 10S from Xiaomi is equipped with a 6.43” AMOLED DotDisplay, Arc side fingerprint sensor, 5000mAh battery, 33W fast charging, dual speakers, and a quad-camera setup featuring an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera for group shots, 2MP macro camera for close-ups, and a 2MP depth sensor for bokeh-filled shots. On the front is a 13MP selfie camera and you also get a 3.5mm headphone jack. Rear camera photography features include a 64MP mode, Night mode, AI Beautify, AI portrait mode with bokeh/depth control, and various built-in filters. You also have access to a panorama mode. Video is captured in 4K at 30fps as well as in FullHD and if you happen to splash the Redmi Notes 10S, itll be ok as its IP53 rated.
Its also part of the Redmi Note 10 range that was introduced in March 2021 which also features the Redmi Note 10 Pro and Redmi Note 10 5G which weve previously reviewed.
- Rear Camera: 64MP f/1.8 26mm Wide with PDAF, 8MP f/2.2 Ultrawide, 2MP f/2.4 Macro, and 2MP f/2.4 Depth Sensor
- Front Camera: 13MP f/2.5
- Zoom: Up to 2X then digital up to 10X
- Video: 4K@30fps, 1080p@30/60/120fps, 720p@960fps
- Display: 6.4″ AMOLED Gorilla Glass 3
- Dimensions: 160.5×74.5×8.3mm
- Weight: 178.8g
- Battery: 5000mAH (supports fast charging)
- RAM/ROM: 64GB/6GB, 128GB/4GB, 128GB/6GB, 128GB/8GB
- Audio: 3.5mm headphone jack
- Color options: Onyx Grey, Pebble White, and Ocean Blue
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S is an inexpensive smartphone that looks great but its performance could be better. Images are great in conditions where lighting isnt too tricky to handle and when the smartphone doesnt have to work too hard to balance a wide dynamic range but overall, its a bit hit and miss. The portrait/aperture mode is surprisingly good and the wide-angle lens produces the best quality images. You also have a decent amount of creative filters to play around with. If you dont want to splash a lot of cash and like to keep things simple, you may like the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S but if you can, pay a bit extra for the Redmi Note 10 Pro.
- Size Weight
- Decent battery
- 3.5mm headphone jack
- Good Portrait Mode
- Panorama Mode (lacking on the Redmi Note 10 5G)
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S will most likely grab your attention for its price (around £200 and under over on Amazon depending on the version) but with a quad-camera setup, 6.43” AMOLED DotDisplay, 5000mAh battery supporting fast charging and 4K video, it could be a smartphone that stands out from the crowd for more than just its price. Shall we find out?
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S Handling
When you first pick up the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S youll notice how comfortable it is to hold and how well it fits in the hand. Its also pretty lightweight and its compact size means you can, just about, operate it one-handed but we always recommend holding a smartphone with two hands when capturing photos. Even though you can get a good grip of the smartphone, a clear plastic case is provided which will enhance your grip further and also protect the Redmi Note 10S a little better. For even more peace of mind, the Redmi Note 10S is IP53 rated so its resistant to splashes and dust.
The color of the back of the Redmi Note 10S on test (Onyx Grey) is lovely, looking like a mixture of deep blue, black and gray depending on the light. Its a very modern color but the plastic its constructed from does attract fingerprints which gets annoying. The plastic frame/back also make the Redmi Note 10S feel slightly cheaper than some of its competitors but the rounded edges are nice, making it comfortable to hold. Talking of edges, the right edge is where you find the power/volume rockers and to the bottom is the USB-C port and 3.5mm headphone jack. The left side is home to the MicroSD slot.
The 6.4″ AMOLED display featuring Gorilla Glass 3 is bright and produces accurate colours. Its a much better screen than whats built into the Redmi Note 10 5G which is a little on the dark side and has a slight blue cast to it.
You can swipe to access the camera app from the bottom right of the screen and its very similar to many other camera apps built into smartphones with access to a Pro Mode, Night mode, 64Mp shooting mode, AI Beautify, AI portrait mode with bokeh/ depth control, and various built-in filters along with a Panorama mode. There are also Macro, Tilt-Shift and Timed-Burst options but these are accessed from the top of the camera app rather than in the menu. Also up top is where you can toggle HDR and the AI function on/off and where the digital filters are housed.
On the Redmi Nore 10S you have a 64MP f/1.8 26mm Wide-Angle lens with PDAF, an 8MP f/2.2 Ultrawide, a 2MP f/2.4 Macro, and a 2MP f/2.4 Depth Sensor that helps create bokeh when capturing portraits.
To switch between the lenses, you can press the dots on screen or pinch-zoom which you also use to access digital zoom up to 10X. You can use a macro mode for close-ups but its a bit tricky in operation and we didnt really find ourselves thinking Ill capture that with the macro lens. To be honest, wed prefer to see a telephoto lens built-in rather than a macro lens as these tend to be more useful but these tend to be something found on more expensive smartphones.
In portrait mode, you can adjust the aperture by using the sliding scale which goes from f/1.0 to f/16. You can also apply filters when in portrait mode if you want to and make use of the smartphones AI which is designed to help improve your shots. When capturing landscapes, theres an option to switch on HDR, too, for improved dynamic range.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S Cameras At A Glance:
battery life. The battery is rated at 5000mAh which gives you plenty of power for a day of taking photos and capturing video. 33W fast charging is also supported.
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S, un mid-range atractiv; opinie si details
Uite Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S pareri si pret in Romania. Daca sunteti fani de telefoane mid-range puternice si accesibile, atunci acest articol va este dedicat voua Astazi ne-am pus in gand sa ne uitam pentru cateva clipe peste Redmi Note 10S, un terminal Xiaomi de clasa medie care surprinde placut prin excelentul raport pret /dotari.
Hmmm. daca stam sa ne gandim bine, nu ar trebui sa ne surprinda faptul ca device-ul etaleaza un bun raport cost/dotari. Practic, strategia Xiaomi de lnasare a telefoanelor este bazata pe acel principiu.
Fine. Deja ne abatem de la subject. Va mentionam ca Redmi Note 10S este listat pe site-ul evomag pentru 1108 lei (versiune 6GB RAM/64GB) si 1168 lei (versiune 6GB RAM/128GB).
Mergem mai departe si va spunem ca prezentarea device-ului este una relativ scurta. De ce am recurs la asta? Fiindca terminalul este similar cu varianta de Redmi Note 10.
Cum deja am compus un articol destul de stufos pentru Xiaomi Redmi Note 10, in randurile de mai jos ne focusam pe a va prezenta care sunt diferentele dintre device-uri. Suna bin? Noi suntem increzatori ca da Hiadeti sa dam drumul la treaba.
[UPDATE 04-06-2021] Terminalul Redmi Note 10S este la vanzare pe site-ul Altex pentru suma de 1100 lei (6GB RAM/128GB variant).
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S Pareri Diferenta 1 Chipset
Din punctul nostru de vedere, principala diferenta dintre telefoane se regaseste la partea de motorizare. Redmi Note 10 poseda propulsor Qualcomm (Snapdragon 678) iar smartphone-ul Redmi Note 10S dispune de propulsorul MediaTek Helio G95.
Va informam ca chipset-ul Helio G95 este semnificativ mai puternic decat motorizarea Snapdragon 678. Procesorul MediaTek scoate in AnTuTu in jur de 300.000 puncte, ceea ce este destul de impresionant pentru un CPU mid-range
Legat de procesorul SD678, el atinge in AnTuTu scorul de 225.000 puncte. Noi consideram ca diferenta de performanta dintre chipset-uri este mare (75.000 puncte).
Practic, cu terminalul Redmi Note 10S pot fi rulate in conditii bune jocuri care pe modelul cu chipset Snapdragon nu merg prea grozav. Acest aspect nu poate fi trecut cu vederea.
Scorul de 300.000 puncte obtinut in AnTuTu de Helio G95 nu este departe de ceea ce poate potentul chipset mid-range Snapdragon 765G. Noi am avut la test smartphone-ul Motorola Edge (Snapdragon 765G) iar device-ul obtine in AnTuTu punctajul de 312.000. In acest context, putem spune ca chipset-ul Helio G95 surprinde placut
How to set up Xiaomi? Turning on your smartphone for the first time
Find out how to quickly and easily set up your Xiaomi smartphone the first time you turn it on.
How to turn on your smartphone for the first time correctly? How to initially set up the new Xiaomi so that it works correctly? What can be skipped, and what is better to set up right away? You will find the answer to all these questions in this article. So let’s go!
Hold down the power key and watch the first boot for a few seconds. After it, the name of the shell will appear on the screen. In our case, MIUI 10. You may have MIUI 9. The essence of the setting does not change from this. Click the “next” icon and move forward!
Select the system language. “Russian” or any other suitable option from the proposed.
Choose a region. We have Russia. We think you have the same 😉 Note: The system language and country can be changed at any time in the smartphone settings. This can change the special functions. For example, if you put the Hong Kong region on Mi 8 or Mi 8 Pro, then you will have the Face Unlock function. 4. The next item is an Internet connection. If you want to skip it, then click the appropriate button. Do not be afraid! You can always configure this item later.
Well, we are going the “beautiful” way. we are setting everything up here and now. Select the name of your Wi-Fi network, click on it and enter the password. You will also need to allow Google services to use the Wi-Fi network by clicking on the “Accept” button. Everything! Now you are online 😉
The next station is to connect the SIM card. You can skip this, or you can do it right away. If you don’t know how to install or remove the SIM card, please refer to the illustrated manual in the box.
Under this step, we have hidden “Google Services”. They must be read, be sure to scroll to the end of the page. After that, the “Accept” button will appear, which, of course, must be accepted;) Everything is logical!
At this point, you need to decide for yourself how you will unlock your smartphone: using a fingerprint or using a password on the screen.
Note: The item can be skipped by configuring it later in the smartphone settings.
We are approaching the final setup of our brand new Xiaomi phone. Here we see “Advanced Settings”. We recommend that you immediately allow all the items, as they are important for the full operation of the gadget.
Well, the last step on the way to a ready-made smartphone is choosing a theme. Here to your taste: which icons you like, choose those.
Drumroll and seconds waiting for all apps to load. tadaaam, your phone is ready to go!
Setting the quality of photos on Xiaomi
First of all, click on the Photo quality button and select High. This will reduce compression when saving photos, which means it will make images better and more detailed.
Equally important is the Frame Format item. There are two options to choose from:
There is no universal advice on which format to choose and everyone sets it at their discretion. Standard allows you to use the entire area of the matrix to create an image. Thus, having a 16 MP camera, you will get a photo with an honest resolution of 16 MP, but the widescreen mode simply does not use the upper and lower parts of the matrix, which leads to a reduction in size, but at the same time, the photos fit perfectly into the resolution of modern smartphones and laptop displays without the need for additional framing.
At the very bottom of the settings menu there are 4 more items: exposure mode, contrast, saturation and sharpness.
Metering setting can be averaged, center-weighted and spot.
With average metering, the brightness of all parts of the frame is taken into account equally.
Center-weighted mode involves calculating the brightness based on the data at the focus point with a smooth decay towards the edges of the image.
Test Camera Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S | 4K 30FPS, 1080P 60FPS, Macro, 64MP, Slow Motion, Night
Spot mode metering the brightness of the frame based on 1-5% of the matrix size.
Redmi Note 10S test camera Full Features
The most popular are the last two options, center-weighted and spot.
As for contrast, saturation and sharpness, you need to try different options and settle on the one that suits you personally.
You can also switch shooting from automatic to manual mode. This will allow you to independently set the white balance, ISO and shutter speed of the camera.
This method is good when shooting in low light, it can significantly improve the quality of photos, but it also has several disadvantages:
- by lowering the ISO, you can get less noise in the photo, but this will increase the shutter speed, which will lead to blurry pictures if you use the camera without any support, such as a tripod.
- for each photo in different conditions, you will have to change the settings, which significantly slows down the shooting process. At the same time, so that there are no blurry objects in the photo, they must be static during shooting, unless, of course, this is the artistic intent of the photographer.
How to set up the camera on Xiaomi?
Having seen enough reviews and bought ourselves a new smartphone, we do not always get what we expect. The video from the camera is not as high quality, and the photos, especially at night, are very noisy. How to set up the camera on Xiaomi Redmi and improve the result?
First you need to set to the maximum (or to the proper level) the quality of the camera itself.
To do this, in the system settings, go to the System applications section and click on the Camera item.
Opens the camera settings menu, where you can set the parameters for both photo and video.
The bokeh effect, or more simply, blurring the background, is the ability to make an Accent on a specific subject, highlighting it from the mass of other elements of the photo.
In the event that your smartphone has a dual camera module (such as Xiaomi Mi6, Xiaomi Mi 5x, Xiaomi Mi A1 smartphones), you can use a special portrait mode, which can be found in the article:
For all other mobile devices, you can use a proprietary application from Google and get an equally high-quality blur effect even when using one camera. about this is described in the material:
Setting video quality on Xiaomi
The video quality setting is the resolution in which the video will be recorded. To configure it, go to the Video quality item and select the most optimal one. For most Xiaomi cameras, this is Full HD, since 4k is able to record at a low frame rate, and regular HD already looks pretty poor. With all this, do not forget that the higher the quality of the shooting, the more the video file on the smartphone takes.
Also, to improve the quality of the video, you should go to the Focus Mode item and select Touch. As practice has shown, the continuous focus mode (CAF) on Xiaomi smartphones mostly misses jumping from one object to another, which significantly worsens the result.
In order to shoot a video of better quality and watch videos not cause disgust, you should use a few simple rules:
Customize Gmail Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S
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We are going to present a guide where we will teach you step by step how to successfully set up a Gmail account in Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S. If you want to find the only way to add Gmail to your Xiaomi smartphone, stay tuned and follow the steps below to successfully use Gmail account in Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S. Let’s use the provided instructions and access the Gmail app to use your Gmail account in Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S.
- First of all, slide up to open the main menu.
- Now select the Gmail app and continue using the Skip key.
- Third, click Add Email Address.
- After that select the Google option.
- Then enter your email address and click Next.
- Then enter the password and confirm by clicking Next.
- At the end, click I agree and I accept.
- Success! Your Gmail account has been successfully set up.
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