Recently, Xiaomi Nepal launched another smartphone from the Redmi Note 10 Series in Nepal. The phone competes with competitors like Realme 8 with similar specs but is priced way lower than the Realme 8. The phone was launched in Nepal at Rs. 24,999 for 6+64GB variant and Rs. 26,999 for 6+ 128GB variant. The device comes with many features that meet the expectations of users. Here, in this article, let’s look at the top 5 features of the Redmi Note 10s.
Top five features of Redmi Note 10s
The Redmi Note 10S is featured with a quad-camera setup which is one of its main selling points. The device is featured with a 64MP main camera. The camera allows you to take stunning portraits and other landscape photos with natural lighting and impressive coloring. With these features, the 64MP camera falls under our top five list.
The Redmi Note 10s is featured with a Mediatek Helio G95 processor built under 12nm architecture. The 12nm chipset is featured with an octa-core processor with two Cortex-A76 clocked at 2.05 GHz and six Cortex-A55 clocked at 2.0 GHz. The processor shows decent performance with smooth experience in our day-to-day activities, making the processor top features of the Redmi Note 10s.
At our top five features of Redmi note 10s, the AMOLED Display falls under the list as the device features 6.43 inches AMOLED display with resolutions of 1080 x 2400 pixels. Overall, the display gives good coloring with a peak brightness of up to 1100 nits. Lastly, the AMOLED display is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 3, making it durable.
5000mAh Battery with 33W charging
Another feature of the Redmi Note 10s is its battery life. The device is featured with 5000mAh Battery power making it power sufficient. Along with that, it features 33W fast charging, which can charge your device within an hour.
IP53 Dust and Splash Resistant
At last of our top five features of Redmi Note 10s is the IP53 rating, one of the device’s main selling points. The IP53 rating protects your device from any dust environment and certain water splashes, although the device may not survive fully submerged underwater.