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Is it Worth Buying Redmi 10 Prime?

Redmi 10 Prime Review

These days, almost all mobile brands are launching two or three smartphones every month and there is nothing wrong with it but they are just making minor changes and that’s.

Related: Top 10 Best Smartphones Under Rs 15000

Speaking of minor changes, Xiaomi is back with Redmi 10 Series and Redmi 10 Prime is the first smartphone under this affordable series. Before we talk about Redmi 10 Prime, let me share with you India Price.

Redmi 10 Prime Price in India

Redmi 10 Prime is priced at Rs 12,499 for 4GB of Ram and 64GB storage while 6GB Ram and 128GB storage variant is priced at Rs 14,999. The device is available in Astral White, Bifrost Blue, and Phantom Black colour options and it sold via the Amazon website.

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Is It Worth Buying Redmi 10 Prime?

Redmi 10 Prime Review

The Redmi 10 Prime is a bit overpriced but it’s worth buying because as of now, we don’t have any other better smartphone at Rs 12,000. It does have a massive 6000mAh battery, good camera, FHD+ display, 18W fast charging support, and much more.

Yes, if you can spend an extra 1k or 2k then you can get Moto G40 or even Redmi Note 10.

If I have to buy a phone for around 10k then I would go with POCO M2 (review) or M3 (review) but if I had a budget up to 15k then I would go for Redmi Note 10.

Related: Top 10 Mobiles under Rs 10000 in India

By the way, RealMe is also launching RealMe 8s 5G and 8i on 9th September 2021 and if those devices come at 13k or even 12k then just skip the Redmi 10 Prime.

What I’m saying is, wait for RealMe 8s 5G and 8i, if you want better phones under Rs 15,000. Now, let’s talk about the Pros and Cons of Redmi 10 Prime.

Talking about Redmi 10 Prime

Redmi 10 Prime Review

I would have loved to see the FHD+ AMOLED 60Hz display but Redmi went with a 6.50-inches 90Hz LCD panel. Now the display is bright enough to see under the sunlight and it also has Wide Vine L1 support.

The Redmi 10 Prime (review) comes with a 50MP primary sensor, 8MP ultra-wide, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth rear cameras while there is an 8MP selfie shooter. Both the rear and front cameras can shoot videos up to [email protected]

Redmi 10 Prime is powered by MediaTek Helio G88 SoC and it’s running on MIUI 12.5-based on Android 11.

This is where I feel, Redmi has done a good job. The Redmi 10 Prime comes with Stereo Speakers, a secondary noise-cancellation microphone, an IR blaster, and a 3.5mm Audio jack. Also, it has carrier aggregation support.

The Redmi 10 Prime has a massive 6,000mAh battery with 18W wired charging and 9W Reverse Charging Support.

Conclusion

I have already told you, whether you should spend Rs 12,499 on Redmi 10 Prime or not? still, if you have any questions then do let me know in the comment, I would love to help you out.

Redmi 10 Prime Full Sepecifications

Launch Date3 September 2021
First Sale7 September 2021, at noon via Amazon
Display6.50 inches FHD+ IPS LCD
400 nits pick Brightness
Resolution1080 x 2400 pixels resolution
Dimensions161.2 x 75.6 x 9.6 mm 
Display ProtectionCorning Gorilla Glass 3
Screen Refresh Rate90Hz Screen Refresh Rate
BuildFront Glass (Gorilla Glass 3)
Back Plastic
Frame Plastic

*Dust & splash-proof
OSAndroid 11, MIUI 12.5
ChipsetMediaTek Helio G88 (12nm)
GPUMali-G52 MC2
CPUOcta-core (2×2.0 GHz Cortex-A75 &
6×1.8 GHz Cortex-A55)
Storage4GB Ram + 64GB Storage
6GB Ram + 128GB Storage

*eMMC 5.1 Storage Support
*LPDDR4X RAM
Card SlotDedicated Micro-SD Card Slot
(nanoSIM + nanoSIM +microSD)
Rear Cameras50 MP Primary Sensor
8 MP Ultra-Wide
2 MP Macro
2 MP Depth
Video[email protected]
Front Camera8 MP Selfie Shooter
Video[email protected]
3.5mm JackYes
Stereo SpeakersYes
NFCNo
Bluetooth Version5.1
5G SupportNo
IR BlasterYes
SensorsFingerprint,
accelerometer,
proximity,
compass,
IR Blaster, and
Ambient light sensor
Fingerprint SensorSide-Mounted
Battery6,000 mAh (non-removable)
Charging Speed18W wired fast Charging
9W Reverse Charging Support
Charging Time
ColorsAstral White,
Bifrost Blue, and
Phantom Black
Model NumberSM-A528B,
SM-A528B/DS
Weight192 grams
India Price4GB Ram + 64GB storage: Rs 12,499
6GB Ram + 128GB storage: Rs 14,499
In the boxRedmi 10 Prime

18W Charger
Case Cover
USB Type-C 2.0 Cable
SIM Card Tool
Quick Start Guide
Important Product Information
Available atAmazon

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