Redmi Note 10 Camera Review
If you’re looking for a smartphone with excellent battery life, a good camera, and other features, you can’t go wrong with the Redmi Note 10.
The Redmi Note 10 is one of the most exciting phones in this price bracket thanks to its 120Hz display and AMOLED technology. It also has a great set of cameras, including a 108MP primary camera and a 5MP Tele macro sensor.
If you’re looking for a budget phone with all the right features, the Redmi Note 10 should be your pick. It has a great display, decent performance, and cameras that deliver.
Compared to its rivals, it doesn’t offer much hardware, but its design and build quality make it stand out among the crowd. Despite being plastic, the phone’s frame isn’t cheap or flimsy and has a great aesthetic.
It also has one of the best Tele macro cameras we’ve seen on a smartphone, which is excellent for capturing tiny details in close-ups.
The primary camera is capable of excellent output, with superb color reproduction, a wealth of colorization modes, and a decent night mode that makes very dark areas look near-black without extra light. It’s not as good as the OnePlus 6T’s night mode, but it’s much better than most budget phones in this price range.
The Redmi Note 10 has a decent selfie camera, but it doesn’t do much to make it stand out. Its dynamic range and detail aren’t as good as the primary camera on the back, but it does a great job preserving skin tone.
We’d be happier if it could do better in low light. But for this price, it’s the perfect camera to have.
Xiaomi has always done a great job of putting cameras in their budget phones. The Redmi Note 10 Pro has a competent primary and selfie sensor that delivers excellent photos in good light.
It also has a ‘tele-macro’ 5MP camera, one of the best phone macro sensors we’ve tested. It’s not quite as good as the Moto G10’s, but it’s an impressive effort at a low price.
The Redmi Note 10 is a great value-for-money phone with a good camera, a large battery, and an AMOLED screen. It doesn’t have cutting-edge specs or an eye-catching design like some of its contemporaries. Still, it delivers a smooth VFM experience that you can use daily without feeling like you are missing out on anything.
The Redmi Note 10 is also the first budget-tier Xiaomi handset with an Amoled display that uses a 120Hz refresh rate. This gives the show a much better image than the typical LCD screens in this price range, as blacks are black, and you can see more detail on the screen.
The Redmi Note 10 Pro is a solid budget phone with an impressive camera and a well-rounded feature set. It’s a worthy alternative to the Poco X3 Pro. While it doesn’t have a dual camera or high refresh rate display, it offers plenty of value for money without compromising performance.
The 108MP primary camera isn’t the most eye-catching spec on the market. Still, it packs an impressive lens and great features, including dual native ISO, higher dynamic range, richer details, professional noise control, and night mode 2.0 with RAW multi-frame. That’s a lot of hardware for a $279 device and worth checking out.
The 5MP tele-macro camera is another highlight, and we think this is one of the best phone macro cameras we’ve seen at this price level. It has good edge detection, produces natural photos, and is surprisingly competent in portrait mode – mainly when used with a faux bokeh effect.
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