In these days, every single phone has a tendency to have large numbers in either cameras, batteries, screens, RAM, storage, literally everything is big these days. In this time also, it’s the same case. Why? Let’s find out.
Mi Note 10 Pro has a good screen with 600 nit brightness, 6.47 inch AMOLED display with a 1080 x 2340p resolution and a always on display which sometimes comes in handy.
This phone also comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G along side options for 128 GB and 256 GB with 8 GB RAM. It also has a Adreno 618 which is not such a deal for a flagship phone. But the flagship lies somewhere else. The Camera.
This one’s a camera beast. This has a Penta (5) Camera setup with a 108MP OIS Camera, a 12MP and a 5MP(upscaled to 8) 5x Telephoto Lens and a 12MP 2x Telephoto Lens, a 20MP Ultrawide lens and a 2MP Macro lens with a Quad LED Dual-Tone Flash. This can record in resolutions up to 2K@30fps and slo-mo at 120, 240 & 960fps. The selfie camera should have got a little bit of attention as it only has a single 32MP camera capable for a 1080p@30fps video.
To power this up this has a 5260mAh battery with a 30W Fast Charge with 100 in 65m. This also has a In-screen fingerprint scanner which is quite snappy.
So, in conclusion, you can definitely buy it but if you’re looking for something more updated and cameras matter you, you can go with the Samsung Galaxy S20+ but which will be much pricier costing you around 73,999Rs. Whereas the Mi Note 10 costs 36,266Rs. In my opinion, you should go with the Mi Note 10 as it is far more better and affordable for 2020. Thanks for reading. See you later and keep on reading TECH2STOP. Bye.