Xiaomi's sub-brand Redmi launched its K series with an aim to offer a performance-centric budget phone. Debuted in 2019, Redmi K20 series got a huge response from users. In this legacy, Redmi brought K50i, which was first launched in India in July 2022. It has some high-performing configurations such as Dimensity 8100 chipset, triple camera setup, 256GB storage, 144Hz refresh rate, and more. Let’s take a look at the key specs, advantages, and disadvantages of Xiaomi’s Redmi K50i Smartphone. Key Features of Redmi K50i Design Although the phone doesn’t come with an excellent appearance, it is a decent-looking phone. It has a textured back made with polycarbonate that gives a solid quality with a distinctive look. K50i comes in three colors Phantom Blue, Stealth Black, and Quick Silver. All these color variations will surely give you a premium feel. You will get a rectangular camera module on the top left of the back, which is aligned with the sides making it more proportionate. It has three lenses as well as a dual LED flash. The rugged back is great at resisting fingerprints. Read More: realme C33 Review: Key specs, pros, and cons The smartphone’s top edge features an IR blaster, a 3.5-mm headphone jack, and a speaker grille. The bottom carries a USB Type-C port, a speaker grille, and a SIM card slot. You will get the volume rockers power button on the right edge while the left edge is kept idle. The placement of buttons is good and clicky. The front contains a glass display with a hole for the camera at the top center. The smartphone boasts a thick chin and curved edges to provide a comfortable feel in hand. The phone measures 8.9 mm thick and weighs 200 grams. Its screen-to-body ratio is about ~85.1% screen-to-body ratio Display The Redmi K50i 5G comes with a 6.6-inch FHD FFS display which is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. However anyone can expect an AMOLED display at this price range, but it does not mean that the display in the K50i is not great. Read More: 10 Smart TVs Under Tk50000 in Bangladesh The smartphone’s screen has 1080 x 2460 pixels resolution along with about ~407 PPI density. They are attractive and bright screens with lots of detail. This is a good display, and when surfing web content, social media, or other media, you will see a benefit. The display has a 144Hz refresh rate which adjusts the usage of the user giving a smooth experience. Although the phone comes with 500 nits brightness, you may face difficulties using it under direct sunlight. It supports HDR10 with Dolby Vision which makes it easy to play OTT and YouTube content. Camera The Redmi K50i has a triple camera on the back, which includes a 64 MP main camera, an 8 MP ultrawide lens, and a 2 MP macro camera. You will get a 16 MP selfie camera on the front. Read More: Walton Orbit Y50 4G Review: Does it offer value for money Rear Camera Series While most smartphone cameras provide a 50 MP main camera in a budget range, Xiaomi took a bold move with a 64 MP wide camera featuring an aperture of f/1.9, a sensor size of 1/1.72-inch, and 0.8µm. It works great in good lighting and gives a clear full detailed image. However, you may not get the expected performance in the dark. But you will get a slightly better image using a dedicated night mode setup. However, sometimes the dedicated night mode may make the image look artificial. The camera’s shutter speed is fast and responsive, and there is very little delay in processing the image. Coming up to an 8 MP ultrawide lens with an aperture of f/2.2 and a 120-degree field-of-view. It secures average clicks with minimal detail and very few distortions. Dynamic range is virtually acceptable, and there are a couple of clicks that come out with a lot of noise. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi A1+ Review: Budget phone with fingerprint sensor The 2MP macro sensor comes with an aperture of f/2.4. It is fine for close-up images, but that is about it. It doesn’t provide good picture quality and should be used at your discretion. There are options for shooting modes, such as Auto, Portrait, and Long Exposure. Bursts, clones, and other features will make the photography even more appealing. Front Camera When using the 16 MP wide selfie lens featuring f/2.5 aperture, the phone captures pictures that appear natural and capture lively skin tones. During the daytime, the camera uses a reddish hue that makes the user appear as if the person is wearing makeup. If the beautification mode is off, then the skin tone comes naturally. The selfies look enhanced here, but the quality of detail is preserved. Xiaomi could make the selfie lens better. Read More: vivo Y22s 4G Review: Will it survive competition? Video Capacity The rear primary sensor can shoot up to 4K footage at 30fps. You can capture 1080p videos at 30fps or 60fps. While with a selfie camera you can capture 1080p videos at 30fps. Performance The Xiaomi K50i 5G smartphone is based on the Dimensity 8100 5nm chipset by MediaTek that makes the daily routine a breeze. The graphic unit is enriched with Mali-G610 MC6 GPU. Multiple functions are handled without issue, even if various apps run simultaneously in the background. Switching between applications is seamless, and apps open and load quickly. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Review: Can it fulfil users’ expectations Paired together with 8GB RAM, the smartphone is significantly faster and smoother, and 256GB storage offers ample space to store whatever content you like. However, you can buy other variations, too, such as 128GB 6GB RAM and 128GB 8GB RAM. Redmi K50i runs MIUI 13 out of the box using the Android 12 OS. This smartphone likewise permits you to customize it by playing around with wallpapers, widgets, and applications. It comes with plenty of bloatware, so make sure you uninstall them to get a faster experience if you don’t need them. However, the good thing is that there is no adware. Redmi K50i has dual stereo speakers that support Dolby Atmos sound. The sound quality is good, but low and mid frequencies lack depth and richness. The bottom speaker sounds slightly better than the one on top, but overall, both of them could have been significantly better. There’s a 3.5mm headphone jack for old-school listeners. Read More: Apple iPad, iPad Pro 2022 Review: World’s most advanced tablets Battery and Charger The Xiaomi Redmi K50i 5G features a 5080mAh battery that can easily last an entire day with moderate usage. Even when the refresh rate is 144Hz and activities like watching movies and clicking photos are being handled, the battery stays charged for a day, so you will not have to charge. The phone comes with 67w fast charging features. With the USB Type-C charger, you can charge the device from 0 to 100% in about 45-50 minutes. Price of Xiaomi Redmi K50i The K50i 128GB 6GB RAM version is priced at 22,990 rupees which is BDT 28,411 (1 rupee= BDT 1.24). The 256GB 8GB RAM will cost 25,999 rupees which will be 32,129 in Bangladeshi Taka (1 rupee= BDT 1.24). Read More: Top 10 phones coming to Bangladesh in November 2022 The phone is yet to be officially available in Bangladesh. However, the official price of redmi K50i may vary in Bangladesh. Verdict Redmi K50i can be a great choice for users who prefer a well-performed smartphone. It has a decent battery life, a fast processor, a quick charging feature, bright display with an excellent camera. All these give you a fast performance whether you play games or browse the internet while lots of apps are running in the background.
The Chinese electronics company Xiaomi’s subsidiary company Redmi was first introduced in July 2013 as a low-cost smartphone line. In 2019 it was separated into a sub-brand of Xiaomi to produce entry-level to mid-range Smartphones and gadgets. A1+ debuts in September 2022 under Redmi's entry-level lineup 'A' series. Let’s take a look at the specs, advantages, and limitations of Redmi A1+. Key Features of Xiaomi Redmi A1+ Design and Features The Xiaomi Redmi A1+ has preserved the dimensions of 164.9 x 76.8 x 9.1 mm or 6.49 x 3.02 x 0.36 in. It weighs 192 g. and has two SIM cards. It has a loudspeaker and a 3.5mm jack. The WLAN communications such as Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, hotspots, and so on are also there. It supports Bluetooth 5.0, and NFC. It has GPS, as well as A-GPS, GALILEO, GLONASS, and BDS. The phone bears a fingerprint scanner at the upper mid portion of the backside. It is probably the first smartphone in the international market to offer a fingerprint sensor. The rear side of the phone is made of premium-category plastic. It has a leather texture that gives an utmost elegant look. The back side also rooms a dual camera with a flashlight at the left upper corner of the phone. Read Morevivo Y22s 4G Review: Will it survive competition?: There are three color options available for the Redmi A1, including light green, dark black, and light blue. For the purpose of this review, we used the option with the light green color, and we found that the natural hue pairs well with the simple design of the smartphone. Display The 6.52-inch IPS screen on the front of the device offers a typical 60 Hz refresh rate and an HD+ resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels. The display has a 120 Hz touch-sampling rate, a 400-nit screen brightness, and glass that resists scratches to safeguard the screen. Additionally, the front of the device sports a notch that houses a 5 MP selfie camera. On the phone, there is no fingerprint reader. If you want to use it to view SD video, the display is fairly good. The display has a ceiling that it reaches rather early, and there isn't much more you can do with it after that. The outcomes were in line with what one would expect from a budget smartphone when we viewed videos on YouTube, Netflix, and Hotstar. Not really unique, but excellent for the cost. Read More: Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro Review: Know the Pros and Cons In addition, the display is capable of reaching a maximum brightness of 400 nits and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. Although the sensation of scrolling is satisfactory, the haptic stimulation has been turned up to a significant degree. It's possible that you'll need to spend some time configuring the phone in order to fix that issue. Camera The cameras on the Redmi A1 Plus are similarly more focused on getting the job done than on wowing users with their quality or capabilities. When the lighting conditions are favorable, the 8-megapixel primary sensor on the rear of the device produces shots of satisfactory quality. It even does a respectable job with portrait photos (aided by the secondary 0.3-megapixel snapper on the back). If you do not go into this situation expecting top-of-the-line colors and detail, you will not be disappointed. Instead, you will end up with snapshots that are excellent enough to post on social media and send in emails and texts. Read More: Infinix Zero Ultra Review: Worth the hype? Videos are, at most, suitable for sharing on social media, although there is a useful time-lapse mode available. When there is not enough light, either still or moving images will have worse quality. Even while the color reproduction of the 5-megapixel front-facing camera is not quite up to grade, if you take your selfies in well-lit environments, you will have photos that are worthy of being shared. This is not a camera for serious photographers; rather, it is a point-and-shoot model in the traditional sense. If you take enough precautions, you should be able to get passable results. Perhaps even the odd one out that stands out. Read More: OPPO F21 Pro 4G Review: Special attraction for Shakib fans Performance and Hardware The Redmi A1 Plus is driven by a chipset identified as a MediaTek MT6761 Helio A22. The performance of this processor is satisfactory when it comes to carrying out fundamental activities like navigating the internet, making video calls, utilizing navigation, and many other activities. 32 gigabytes (GB) of storage space is provided, and 3 GB of RAM. The Redmi A1 Plus utilizes Android 12 GO, which is an operating system developed by Google specifically for use in low-cost smartphones. On top of this operating system, you won't find much evidence of MIUI at all. The user interface is rather uncluttered, and with the exception of Facebook Lite, the phone does not have any bloatware applications. We put the smartphone's graphics processing unit, or GPU, to the test by playing some light games like Subway Surfers, Candy Crush, and Clash Royale. The handset features a PowerVR GE8320 GPU. Read More: vivo V25, V25e Review: Is the Price Difference Justified? As soon as we were satisfied with the smartphone's overall performance, we fired up Garena Free Fire Max and got to playing. Even though there were some delays, the phone performed a good job of providing a gaming experience that was excellent. Battery and Charging The Redmi A1 Plus features a battery pack with a capacity of 5,000 mAh. As it is combined with the phone's basic hardware and operating system, results in extremely long battery life. The smartphone's battery was easily able to last for two days with moderate use, which included sending and receiving messages on WhatsApp, browsing the web, listening to music, taking pictures, and watching nearly two hours of content each day. If you use the battery backup system more sparingly, you should have no problem reaching three days. Read More: Top 10 phones coming to Bangladesh in November 2022 The smartphone can be fully charged using the 10W charger in less than three hours. Price of Redmi A1+ in Bangladesh The Xiaomi Redmi A1 Plus is not yet available officially in Bangladesh. In the Indian market, the phone costs INR 7,499 or BDT 9253. The conversion rate here is 1 INR = 1.23 BDT. However, the official price of Redmi A1+ in Bangladesh may vary due to tax and other issues. Conclusion In this phone, the manufacturer has included all of the necessary features that consumers anticipate seeing on an affordable smartphone without sacrificing the device's overall performance. A few features like the chin and bezel width and the VGA camera on the rear could be improved for a better experience. Read More: Xiaomi launches Redmi Note 12 series: Can it hold the legacy? On the whole, the Redmi A1+ phone provides a standard experience under the budget range. Those who are upgrading from a feature phone may consider Xiaomi Redmi A1+.
The Xiaomi Redmi K series smartphone has been a popular choice for buyers looking for a budget phone with good features. The Redmi K series has a range of prices and features, from the budget-friendly Redmi K20 to the more expensive Redmi K50 Pro. Recently the company has introduced a new phone for gamers, the Redmi K50. It has already been released in April in India. Let’s see some top features, pros and cons of the Xiaomi Redmi K50 gaming edition. Key Specifications of Xiaomi Redmi K50 Gaming Edition Design and Display The K40 Gaming Edition’s metal frame and the frosted back glass show that it is similar to last year’s K40. The lens module changed from an oval to a rounded rectangle. The lightning-like flash and the RGB lights on the camera also have been retained from the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition. But, RGB lights if you get any message or plug in the charger. Hence, it will not light up when gaming. This might be a downside of the K50 gaming edition. There is no headphone jack, which is typical among gaming phones. However, the phone has an extra microphone port on the side. Besides, you will also get the Xiaomi brand’s exclusive physical shoulder button. Read: Google Pixel 6a Review: What’s special about it? The IR transmission power of the Redmi K50 Gaming Edition has been enhanced, allowing it to be used to control devices up to ten meters away. If you liked the K40 Gaming Edition last year, it is evident that you will like the K50 Gaming Edition too. The screen in this year’s Xiaomi Redmi K50 Gaming Edition is from the same screen producer as last year’s, and the specs are also the same. Adaptive Colors have been added to Options, and this enhances PWM dimming with 1920Hz high-frequency. This lets you say goodbye to the conventional dimming control technique. The fifth-generation screen protection glass has been replaced with the updated Corning Victus Glass. This screen is well equipped for gamers. Read: Nothing Phone 1 Review: Beyond the Hype and the Glyph Cameras Anyone who was expecting a lot from this version of Redmi’s K50 gaming phone in regards to photography will be in for a disappointment. In reality, it’s not as bad as you’d expect. While it does not use the same camera as the K40 Gaming Edition from last year, it does just fine most of the time. But you will get enhanced performance on night photography. The camera on the ultra wide-angle camera provides generally good results but is not without flaws, particularly at the edges of the shot. The main camera can record 4k/60fps video. Further, the ultrawide camera supports up to 1080P 30fps. Also, it allows reducing the color sensor for the flicker sensor when shooting. However, you will not get much support for video recording. The flickering brightness of the lights will continue even if the schedule of the lights is different. Overall, the phone offers a 64 MP main camera, 8MP ultrawide, and 2MP macro lenses. With these, you can capture HDR photos and videos along with panoramas. In addition to that, the camera also features a dual-led flash. Read: OnePlus Nord 2T Review: Know Pros, Cons On the front, you will get a 20 MP selfie camera with HDR capability. Besides, you will be able to record 1080P @30/60fps videos too. Sound The Redmi K50 gaming edition’s audio output is comparable to that of the Xiaomi 12 Pro, which also uses four units of speakers. It comes with two high-range JBL speakers for high-frequency sounds and the other for playing the lows. It’s an impressive device to try out when playing video games. The stereo loudspeaker and 3 mm jack give you 24-bit/192kHz audio. The high-frequency section of the sound is played by the two speakers, while the low-frequency part is played by the other two speakers. Hence, it is a remarkable device for playing music too. Read: Xiaomi Redmi Note 11: Customized Variant Exclusively in Bangladesh Charging & Battery Life You will get the charger in the box. It uses a Type-C cable which is L-shaped, and it is longer than other phones. The K50 Gaming Edition provides 120W charging capacity, allowing 19 minutes to full charge 43, ten minutes for 71%, and five minutes for 43% charging. Thanks to the exceptional heat dissipation design, faster charging is also possible while playing games. The extraordinary heat dissipation design allows the device to charge while gaming without being made the device hot. With 120 watts of charging power, the Xiaomi 12 Pro is less than as powerful as the K50 Gaming Edition. The battery capacity is just 4700mAh, but it is not overwhelmingly small. Performance The Redmi K50 gaming edition features Qualcomm SM8450 Snapdragon 8 Gen, which is the most powerful for gaming phones. Equipped with an Adreno 730 GPU and Octa-core CPU, the phone can give you excellent gaming performance. Read Samsung Galaxy A73 5G Review: Mid-range performance under premium price However, the phone doesn’t come with any external SD card slot. It offers three variations to the buyers, 128GB+8GB RAM, 128GB+12GB RAM and 256GB+12GB RAM. Price of Redmi K50 Gaming The official price in India is 38,179 rupee or BDT, approximately 55,000 (1 rupee= BDT 1.18). However, the phone is yet to get an official release in Bangladesh. The official price in Bangladesh might be higher after paying the taxes. Final Words The Redmi K50 Gaming is clearly better than its predecessor, with numerous improvements in every area. It’s slightly below expectations in gaming for the pro gamers, but its performance for Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 phones is great. Its audio and video quality is also very good. Read Vivo Y01 Review: Is it a worthy entry level budget phone? Apart from its less camera performance, the Xiaomi Redmi K50 gaming edition is an excellent value. This year, it also finally supports Google Mobile Services without incompatibility concerns. This phone is recommended to anyone who is looking for a high-performing gaming phone. But if you are someone who needs a phone for high-quality images, this phone is a big No.
When it comes to proper mid-range devices with an affordable price tag, the Redmi series from Xiaomi has always been delivered. The series has become known for its value-for-money proposition along with its reliable performance. Early this year, Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 11 series globally. Recently, the company announced a customized variant of Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 specifically for the Bangladesh market. The device comes at a time when smartphone prices are volatile in the international market. Here’s a detailed take on the device to see what’s different and how it benefits Bangladeshi users. Features of Redmi Note 11 (Customized Variant for Bangladesh) Design and Build Quality From the outside, the customized variant is the exact same as that of the Redmi Note 11. The Redmi Note 11 came in three distinct color options. However, the customized variant got rid of the pearl white and star blue options and stuck with the graphite gray only. Other than that, users won’t see any difference. The phone itself comes in a complete plastic build. The back of the device has a matte frosted finish which gives the device a rather premium look. At 179 gm, the device is comparatively lightweight. It provides a good hand feel thanks to the balanced weight distribution. So users will be able to use the device for long hours without any complications. Read Vivo Y01 Review: Is it a worthy entry level budget phone? On the ports and buttons end, the device has everything standard and some more. The power button on the right of the device doubles as the fingerprint scanner. The two included secondary noise cancellation mics drastically increase the call quality. The standard 3.5 mm jack is also present here along with a dedicated microSD slot and Type-C charger. There isn’t any dual stereo speaker, however. Users will have to settle with the single bottom-firing speaker. Overall, the device is consistent in its design, keeping much of the elements from the previous models while making minor adjustments here and there. Read Samsung Galaxy F13 Review: Is it a good budget phone? Display The display is easily one of the key highlights of the device. Xiaomi used a 6.43-inch 90 Hz AMOLED panel with FHD+ resolution in Note 11. One thing to mention here is that the customized variant only has bumped-up memory options. Other than that, everything else is the same as Note 11 and so is the display. As a 90 Hz AMOLED panel, the device offers a smooth touch response. Using the device feels much faster than it actually is thanks to the high refresh rate. Another useful feature of the display is the 1000 nits brightness. It makes the device clearly legible even in direct sunlight. While the panel doesn’t have HDR 10 support, it still churns out crisp contents thanks to the vibrant color contrast of MIUI. Camera The Redmi Note 11 features four cameras on the back. While on paper the device boasts four sensors, in reality only two are useful while the other two are quite gimmicky. The main sensor is a 50 MP f/1.8 shooter complemented by an 8 MP f/2.2 ultrawide sensor. The remaining two sensors are a 2 MP macro shooter and a 2 MP depth sensor. Read Tecno Camon 19 Neo Review: Know its advantages, disadvantages The main camera produces great images in daylight and outdoors. The images look sharp and crisp with a great deal of dynamic range. Xiaomi has also perfected its portrait mode as the images now show better edge detection. The quality slightly drops as users shift to the ultrawide lens. The 118° field of view brings in a lot of subjects to the camera but the fish eye effect is ever so present in every shot. There’s also a 13 MP front-facing camera on Note 11. The lens can take decent shots with impressive color reproduction. The videography of Note 11 is limited to 1080P at 30 fps. While the main lens can churn out more resolution, it is ultimately held back by the limited computational power of the processor. Read Xiaomi 12 Pro Review: Is it a value for money flagship? To sum things up, the camera experience on the Note 11 won’t be anything drastically better. But it does bring some impressive performance and improved quality to outperform most of its peers in this price range. Processor and Performance The Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 features Snapdragon 680 4G processor built on the 6 Nm architecture. The chip design uses 4 2.4 GHz Kryo 265 Gold and 4 1.9 GHz Kryo 265 Silver chips. The processor is coupled with Adreno 610 GPU for practical and balanced performance. Note 11 blazes through in day-to-day usage. In fact, the 680 4G is the perfect processor for lightweight usage. While it's true that the device is geared towards lightweight usage, the device doesn’t fall short by much in gaming. The device can smoothly run even graphics-intensive games in medium settings. However, it does tend to heat up the device easily. Read Infinix Note 12 G96 Review: A Budget Phone With Top-Notch Features The performance gets an extra boost on the customized variant. The standard Note 11 came with 6 GB RAM as the maxed-out option. However, the customized variant ups the RAM count to 8 GB. This allows the device to retain more apps in the memory and boosts the overall performance by quite a few margins. On top of that, the customized variant is made in Bangladesh and for Bangladesh only. Meaning only the users here can get their hands on the souped-up version of the device. Battery and Charge Time The Redmi Note 11 features an impressive 5000 mAh battery capacity. The battery combined with a power-efficient processor makes the device last up to 10 hours in continuous usage. There is also a 33W fast charger that charges the device from 0 to 100 in an hour. Read Walton Primo R9 Review: Competitive in entry-level budget segment Price of Xiaomi Redmi Note 11's Customized Variant for Bangladesh The official price of the customized Note 11 in Bangladesh is 23,999 BDT. The price has been adjusted according to the spec bump and local production in mind. Verdict The Xiaomi Redmi Note 11's customized variant for Bangladesh brings more power to a proper mid-range device. The device launched in early 2022 got a mid-year refresh which is sure to appeal to most people looking for a reliable budget option. The device may slightly fall short in the camera but other than that, there’s hardly anything to complain about at this price point. Especially now that the device has more RAM and better performance in the cards. Read Best Upcoming Phones in July 2022 in Bangladesh
Xiaomi Redmi 10 2022 is nothing but a refreshed variant of the widely popular Redmi 10 released by Xiaomi last year. The phone was announced on 15th February and it is already available in the Bangladeshi market. A surprising aspect here is that even though the Redmi 10 2022 is a refreshed model, its price is much cheaper compared to the original one. So is this phone a good buy at an entry-level budget? Let's find out. Key Features of Xiaomi Redmi 10 2022 Design and Build Quality Xiaomi Redmi 10 2022 is the exact carbon copy of the Redmi 10. There’s no apparent change whatsoever other than the reduced price. The reduced price is attributed to the fact that the phone has been assembled in Bangladesh making it a semi-local produced phone. But the build quality is maintained just like other Redmi devices. The device itself is a completely plastic one with a matte polycarbonate back. At 181 g, the phone feels pretty lightweight and handy thanks to the even weight distribution. The front panel features Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection which is a welcomed addition at this price range. Read Walton Primo NX6 Review with Price in Bangladesh The power button which also doubles as the fingerprint scanner and the volume rocker is situated at the right of the device. There is a dedicated microSDXC slot along with two hybrid sim slots on the left. On the top, there is the secondary noise cancellation mic along with the 3.5 mm headphone jack. The bottom features the main speaker and the Type-C port. Display Moving onto the display, Xiaomi Redmi 10 2022 features the same IPS LCD FHD+ 90 Hz panel from the Redmi 10. This panel is not exclusive to the Redmi 10, rather something that is seen on most of the similarly priced offerings from Xiaomi. The display is a 6.5-inch panel with a cooler shade. There is a built-in color calibration tool for those who prefer natural or warm colors. There is a somewhat large punch-hole cut out for the front-facing camera. Being an LCD panel, there is some noticeable bleeding around the camera cutout. Viewing angles are decent but there are color shifts on extreme angles. The phone is perfectly bright enough for shaded and indoor conditions. However, legibility might be an issue in direct sunlight. Overall, the display performance is satisfactory without much room for complaints. Read OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G Review: Is it worth it? Camera The camera is where the Redmi 10 shines the most. The insane quad-camera setup with a 50 MP main sensor is unheard of at this price point. Yet somehow Redmi managed to squeeze in four sensors. But as things would turn out, more isn’t always good. The 50 MP f/1.8 main lens performs perfectly fine under direct sunlight. But photos are a hit and miss at times. Sometimes the sensor can capture the perfectly balanced image but on others, they appear to be washed out. The issue becomes even more prominent in dimly-lit conditions and indoor lights. Images appear to be a bit soft with considerable grain and noise. The story is the same with portrait mode. While the sensor does an amazing job of edge detection, it grossly softens the subject and often creates a color shift. Read Vivo iQOO 9, and 9 Pro Review with Price in Bangladesh The additional lens also performs similarly. The included 8 MP ultrawide camera can take decent images in direct sunlight. Anything different, and the camera struggles. The other two 2 MP depth and macro sensors are purpose-built and do their job impressively. The front camera is also no different. Users will get decent shots out of the 8 MP selfie shooter but it’s nothing revolutionary. The main camera can shoot 1080P at 30 fps but without any added stabilization, the videography looks shaky, to say the least. Processor and Performance Xiaomi Redmi 10 2022 is after all an entry-level device. The processor here is the MediaTek Helio G88 built on the 12 Nm architecture. It has an octa-core chip design with 2 2.0 GHz Cortex-A75 and 6 1.8 GHz Cortex-A55 chips coupled with a Mali-G52 MC2 GPU. The 12 Nm processor isn’t really known to be a power-efficient processor. But Redmi compensates for the drawback with a large battery. Read Itel Vision 3 Review: Is this low budget smartphone worth consideration? Coming back to performance, Xiaomi Redmi 10 performs well for an entry-level device. The G88 processor can run 3D games pretty smoothly. In a test, the device could run PUBG in high graphics settings. However, the phone does heat up after about 30 minutes of continuous gaming. The heat causes thermal throttling and it induces frame drops and lags here and there. But for day-to-day usage, the phone runs like a breeze. Browsing the net and social media or watching YouTube videos will be a pleasant experience given the performance and the display. The phone runs on MIUI 12.5 operating system based on Android 11. MIUI shouldn’t be a new experience for people coming from other Xiaomi devices. The OS is much faster and smoother compared to its initial iterations and it should provide a pleasant experience all over. Read Symphony Z45 Review: Handy budget smartphone with basic features Battery and Charge Time Xiaomi Redmi 10 2022 features a 5000 mAh battery. 5000 mAh is becoming increasingly normal in entry-level devices these days. The phone conveniently lasts around 6 to 7 hours of continuous charges. The included 18 W charger might feel a bit slow by 2022 standard, but it's better than having nothing. Price of Redmi 10 2022 in Bangladesh Xiaomi Redmi 10 2022 is officially available in Bangladesh. The price of the 4/64 GB model is 14,999 BDT and the price of the 6/128 GB variant is 16,999 BDT. Verdict Xiaomi Redmi 10 2022 is a local refresh of the much-loved Redmi 10 from last year. On top of that, the reduced price makes it an even more lucrative choice at this price range. The battery, display, and design are easily one of the strongest aspects of the device and key selling points. However, the camera fails to live up to the impressive specs it showcases. Read realme 9i: A step in the style and performance
Xiaomi has seen an overwhelming market expansion since the first phone it released only a few years ago. The smartphone company has introduced several series of flagship killers like Mi along with low to mid-ranged handpieces. But the one lineup that planted the company’s root so deep in peoples’ minds is undoubtedly the Redmi Note series. It’s the Redmi Note 10s. This Redmi Note 10s review has highlighted all the features of this latest Redmi addition. Redmi Note 10S Review Design and Structure The Redmi Note 10S looks quite similar to the Redmi Note 10 and Note 10 Pro. Like the Note 10S has the same plastic back and a matte finish as the Note 10. The matte finish makes the phone more touch-friendly. With weighing only 178 grams, the phone surely offers more ergonomics than the Note 10 Pro. One more aspect that apparently seems a downgrade but plays 10S’ favor is its plastic body. Surely it has better endurance than a glass body. There is a dual-SIM card tray that has a dedicated memory card slot. Like other same budgeted phones, Note 10S has dual speakers, 3.5mm jack volume, and power buttons placed around its sides. Read OPPO F19 Review with Price in Bangladesh Display The 6.43” AMOLED FHD display does its part very well when it comes to giving a premium experience. The bright display also provides a comfortable and satisfying browsing experience as the color distribution, and contrast seems nice. Though, in sunlight, it’s hard to navigate through options if the brightness level degrades. The punch hole on the middle top of the display is perfectly designed and doesn’t spoil the video watching experience. The refresh rate is considerably higher, and so the touch response is appreciable enough. Furthermore, the display sensor can easily follow users’ hand gestures. Read: Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Price in Bangladesh with Full Review All the Lenses Compared or not, the Redmi Note 10S has cloned the camera stack of the Redmi Note 10 Pro and tweaked a thing or two. The main camera is a 64MP wide lens which is accompanied by three more lenses. The second lens is an ultrawide 8MP lens. There is also a 2MP depth sensor. The only difference between the PRO and S is the prior one has an 8MP tele-macro, whereas the latter one has a 2MP macro lens. The camera performance of the Redmi Note 10 is entirely satisfactory. From the color quality to detailing, everything is appreciable. Pictures captured in broad daylight reflect the best quality. The 13MP front camera also captures good quality pictures. Only, it beatifies the picture that sometimes looks a bit oversaturated. Read Infinix Hot 10 Play Review with Price in Bangladesh Hardware and Performance When it comes to the hardware, Redmi Note 10S definitely seems promising as it implements a MediaTek Helio G95 octa-core processor. This version of the MediaTek chipset is designed to work with 6GB or 8GB RAM. The Mali GPU also works considerably well with such a powerful configuration. When it comes to performance, not everyone is going to be pleased. While regular activities like browsing, messaging, running apps, and watching videos don’t bring any complication, gaming with the phone shows some incongruencies. Games requiring higher graphics and greater execution from the processor’s end become somewhat unplayable sometimes. They lag and provide cringy graphical output, which is quite disheartening from Helio G95. So, for users who are looking for a phone for playing robust games, Redmi Note 10S is, without any argument, not for them. Read: Redmi 9 Power Review with price in Bangladesh Software The Android 11 based MIUI v12.5 is the operating of the system of Redmi Note 10S. This version seems much more polished and ordered than its prior MIUI v12. Here, the transition and animation are appearing more vivid and alive. There is still a memory full of bloatware installed. But users have more control over them. Even they can stop some system apps. One more notable thing is the phone doesn’t overcrowd the notifications with annoying ads. Instead, it often recommends handy apps from Xiaomi’s app store GetApp. All over, the new MIUI v12.5 is an attempt to make things right from the manufacturer. Battery and Charging The Redmi Note 10s comes with a 5,020mAh battery. Given all processors and RAM performance, the battery capacity seems aligned. The phone will take users through a long day that includes around two hours of gameplay, video streaming, browsing, texting, and receiving loads of calls. With minimal use, the battery will back users with about one and a half days with ease. To give users a bit more satisfaction, Xiaomi has given a 33W fast charger. It takes only 80 minutes to charge the device from bottom to top. Read: Xiaomi Redmi K40 v POCO F3: The flagship killer Phones of 2021 Redmi Note 10s Technical Specs Specs of Redmi Note 10s Supported Network GSM / HSPA / LTE Dimension 160.5 x 74.5 x 8.3 mm Weight 178.8 g Materials Plastic frame Display Type AMOLED Display Resolution 1080 x 2400 pixels 20:9 ratio Display Size 6.43 inches Internal Memory 64GB,128 GB Ram 6 GB & 8GB Chipset Mediatek Helio G95 (12 nm) CPU Octa-core GPU Mali-G76 MC4 Primary Camera 64MP (wide), 8MP (ultrawide), 2MP (depth), 2MP (Macro) Secondary Camera 13 MP (HDR) Sound Loudspeakers, 3.5 mm Jack Connectivity WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS, microUSB 2.0, NFC Sensor Fingerprint, accelerometer, proximity, gyro, compass Battery Li-Ion 5020 mAh; Non-removable Charging 33W Colour Deep Sea Blue (Ocean Blue), Shadow Black (Onyx Gray), (Frost White) Pebble WhitePrism Black, Midnight Blue Read Symphony Z35 Full Review with Price in Bangladesh Redmi Note 10s Price in Bangladesh There are 3 variants of the Redmi Note 10s. The least budgeted variant is 6GB×64GB, and it costs only BDT 19,000 (apx). Those who need more storage should check the 6GB×128GB variant, which is available at BDT 21,850 (apx). Those who seek higher performance should consider the 8GB×128GB variants that have the price of BDT 23,750 (apx). Final Verdict It’s not a secret anymore that the greatest feature of Xiaomi smartphones that has set them apart is their affordability. Judging by their specs to prices, no other phones even come close to them in competition. But what if the competition doesn’t go to exterior premises? As it seems, Xiaomi's Redmi Note 10s has been overshadowed by Xiaomi’s another release Redmi Note 10 Pro. The latter one offers superior display, a higher quality premium glass chassis, better camera performance, and so on. And all these upgrades come by with only around BDT 1200 additional price. Even the POCO X3 projects itself as a good alternative for less budget flexible consumers. 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