Redmi Note 10 Pro Indiant Variant launched with 120hz super AMOLED display
After all the teasers, Redmi has finally pulled the curtains off the Redmi Note 10 series. The Indian and the global variant were launched on the same day with a few hours of difference in-between. We have already covered the vanilla Redmi Note 10 and the Note 10 Pro-Global Variant in our previous posts. Here, we will be looking at the specs, features, availability of the Redmi Note 10 Pro price in Nepal.
Redmi Note 10 pro overview:
Before moving forward, I’d like to mention that the global and Indian variants of the device differ in the camera specs. The one being discussed here, according to our source, is the Indian variant, as it is most likely to make its way into the Nepali market.
Design and Display
The main taking point of this years’ Note series is the display and design, with this being the first time Redmi did not opt for an IPS LCD screen. And the best part is that users don’t have to choose between a higher refresh and AMOLED panel as you get both of them in the Redmi Note 10 Pro. You read that right; the 120hz super AMOLED panel is not exclusive to the pro max model. On the pro model, you get the exact 6.67-inch FHD + panel with a peak brightness of 1200 units.
The display covers 100% of the DCI P3 color profile and can play HDR10 content. You can choose between three gradient finishes vintage bronze, glacial blue, and dark night—the vintage bronze and glacial blue features a frosted glass back. There is Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on the front and the back of the device. However, Redmi has not clearly specified the material used on a dark night.
Likewise, the Redmi Note 10 Pro is powered by a Snapdragon 732g chipset which we also saw on the popular Poco X3. This chipset was launched last year as a successor to the 730g. Compared to its predecessor, the 732g has an overlocked prime core and 15% better graphics performance. Nevertheless, it is an upgrade over the 720G found in last year’s Note 9 Pro. The biggest shortcoming here is the lack of 5G connectivity.
The device comes in two RAM variants: 6GB and 8GB. Both of them are complemented by 128GB of UFS 2.2 internal storage. There is also a 64GB variant that is exclusive to the 6GB variant.
Moving on, the Note 10 Pro flaunts a quad-camera setup at the back. The 64MP Samsung GW3 sensor leads the setup with 4 in 1-pixel binning technique and a 6P lens with an f/1.9 aperture. Accompanying the primary camera is an 8MP ultra-wide camera with a 118-degree field of view. Completing the setup is a 5MP super macro sensor and a 2mp depth sensor. Users can record 4K 30 fps videos with the Note 10 Pro. Similarly, the device supports 720P slow motion recording up to 960 fps.
On the front, there is a 16MP selfie camera capable of recording 1080P videos at 30fps. It also has a handful of exciting features like night mode, panorama, short video, slow motion, and time-lapse videos.
Rest of the specs:
Fueling the device is a 5020mAh battery that supports charging speeds of up to 33w. Redmi even includes a 33w fast charger inside the box. The Type-C port on the Note 10 Pro also supports reverse charging. There is a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for biometrics. Also, the device has an IP53 certification against dust and water. Other features include Hi-Res certified dual stereo speakers and a Z-axis vibration motor.
Redmi Note 10 Pro specifications:
Redmi Note 10 Pro
6.67-inch Super AMOLED (~85.6% screen-to-body ratio), 120Hz, HDR 10
Redmi Note 10 Pro Price in Nepal and availability:
Redmi Note 10 Pro will go on sale in India starting from 17 March, whereas it might launch by the end of March in Nepal. We expect the Redmi Note 10 Pro price in Nepal to start from NPR 26,999 for the 6/64 variant, NPR.29,999 for the 6/128GB variant, and NPR.32,999 for the 8/128GB variant.