The Redmi Note 10 Pro is the best phone of the series that Xiaomi announced on Thursday, though the naming could have been better. In India fans will find an almost identical phone under the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max name (the key difference is the removal of NFC).
The two phones are certainly similar enough that our written review applies to both. The same goes for our video review, which you can watch below.
The Note 10 Pro impresses with the value it brings on a modest budget. This €250 phone stands out with its 120 Hz AMOLED display, most phones in its price range switch to LCD in order to afford a high refresh rate. The other highlight is the 108 MP main camera that shoots flagship-level photos (though low light performance leaves something to be desired).
If you like what you see, the Redmi Note 10 Pro will become available globally on March 8 (Monday) and you’ll be able to grab one for $300/€250. India’s Redmi Note 10 Pro Max will be up on Mi.com and Amazon from March 18 (the starting price is INR 19,000 for a 6/64 GB unit).
or use the always on display since it has amoled ,that will solve the lack of notification led.
5G is still two years away in India. There will be soft launch on 20Mhz of 2300Mhz but it won't be worth it as this band is not supported by many phones. Use this phone or your current phone for one and half year more and then think of getting 5...