The Redmi Note 10 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 678 chipset, a mildly upgraded version of the SD675. This yields a gaming performance metric that lies well below the threshold of what competing devices have set. By itself too, playing games like CoD Mobile and Asphalt 9 saw a lot of janks and frame drops, despite the phone not getting warm. Where the phone does perform well is with respect to its primary camera, and even the macro camera if you can get the shot in focus. Users will love the display and the large battery too.
The Redmi Note 10 is the most basic of the three smartphones launched by the company. As such, there are areas where it tends to disappoint, but at the same time, there are some things it does really well. the Redmi Note 10 is suited for a wide, but specific kind of users. You can watch our review of the phone below for all the details, and to figure out if this phone is right for you. A few surprises included the Redmi Note 10 being beat by the cheaper Narzo 30A in terms of gaming performance and if you are really style-conscious, the Poco M3 deserves a closer look too.