Redmi Note 10 Pro Max vs. Mi10i Comparison based on real life usage

Looking for a very good phone near Rs 20,000? The first two names that come to most people’s minds are likely to start right now Redmi Note 10 Pro Max, Which starts from Rs 18,999 above that price point Mi 10i, Starting at Rs 20,999 on top of that. The Sport has 108-megapixel cameras, both come with displays with 120Hz refresh rates and both have larger batteries. So what does this mean for you? I will try to make it work.

Design and Appearance – Both Classy and Glossy!

Both phones come with a very smart looking and glass back. However, the finish on the two is very different, while the 10 Pro Max has a frosted glass touch, while the Mi10i has a slightly shiny look to it.

There is a very interesting shade for both – the Note 10 Pro Max Vintage Bronze (above) and the Pacific Sunrise (below) of the Mi 10i. The design is super subjective to suit your personal preference, but the Note 10 Pro Max is significantly lighter (192g versus 214g), thinner (8.1mm against 9mm) and slightly shorter (164.3mm compared to 165.3mm), so there’s a slight edge here We hold ess.

You see, it’s very subjective – the spherical camera unit and the Pacific Sunrise variant make the Mi 10i one of the distinctive phones out there. Incidentally, both are splash resistant.

Winner: Redmi Note 10 Pro Max

Display – AMOLED vs LCD

Both phones come with a 6.67-inch Full HD + display with 120Hz refresh rate and Gorilla Glass 5 protection. However, the similarity ends, because the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max has a Super AMOLED display, sticking to the Mi10i LCD. The Mi 10i has custom synchronization, meaning that the refresh rate of the display is adjustable according to the content shown on it, while the Note 10 Pro Max can operate at 120Hz or 60Hz. This has an impact on battery life. In terms of perfect viewing pleasure, the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max has a clear edge here – it’s a very bright and colorful display, although those who prefer more realistic shades will love the Mi10i.

Winner: Redmi Note 10 Pro Max

Processor – one 750, the other 732

Mi 10i gets on the score board. This phone works with Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chip, which is a clear line on the slightly older Snapdragon 732G on the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max. Yes, the 732G is a very efficient processor, but the 750G is great too.

Winner: Mi10i.

RAM and storage – Dedicated slot wins the day

The two devices are exact carbon copies of each other in terms of RAM and storage. Both come with LPDDRx4 RAM and UFS 2.2 storage, and RAM and storage variants of 6/64, 6/128 and 8/128. However, there is one important difference – both phones come with support for microSD cards, the Mi 10i has a hybrid SIM slot for it, while the Note 10 Pro Max has a dedicated slot for it. And it wins this round for the note.

Winner: Redmi Note 10 Pro Max

Cameras – The story of two 108MP sensors

Asked more about the point of comparison. Both phones come with a quad-camera setup, and both feature a 108-megapixel Samsung HM2 sensor as the main camera and an 8-megapixel ultrawide sensor. The Mi10i has a 2-megapixel depth sensor and a 2-megapixel macro sensor, while the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max has a 5-megapixel macro sensor and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. On the flip side, the Mi 10i’s 108-megapixel sensor has a slightly larger aperture (F1 / 1.8) compared to the Note 10 Pro Max (F1 / 1.9) and the 7P lens is also one of the 10Pro’s compared to the 6P. Does it look like this in terms of performance? Well, in my book, the Mi10i Note 10 Pro Max is edged with more detail and more consistent performance, although the 10 Pro Max often offers bright (if a little unrealistic) colors.

Mi10i Review Camera

In the videos and low light snaps, we found that the Mi 10i (slightly) has a slight edge, but again, this is obvious if you look very closely at the results. The macro sensor of the Note 10 Pro Max will definitely be on the streets before the token, mostly on the Mi10i. When it comes to selfies, both phones come with 16 megapixel selfie snappers, which are compatible with each other. In terms of perfect image quality, I would give it to the Mi 10i, but it’s very close – there are times when the Note 10 Pro Max actually takes better snaps.

Winner: Mi10i

Gaming and Multimedia – Chips take charge

This is very interesting. Its bright display makes the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max a good choice for viewing content, but the stereo speakers on the Mi10i seem to have higher volumes (and slightly better audio quality) than the Note. The processor of the Mi 10i also comes to the party here, handling games a bit more smoothly. You can not tell the difference in casual gaming కాని but the graphics are earlier, and the performance on the 750G turns out to be a bit faster. It’s kind of close here – if the type you see is high, you’ll like the Note 10 Pro Max, but if it’s in the gaming equation, the Mi 10i. I’m scoring this for the Mi 10i, mainly for the processor and speakers, but it’s a very close call again.

Winner: Mi10i

Multi-tasking and normal performance – two consistent customers

The two phones are mostly identical in terms of normal performance. Both handle many tasks easily and you can browse through many tabs or even play games without much logs by bustling in the backdrop with your social networks, emails and messages. I thought the Mi10i handled calls were a bit better than the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max, I told people I could hear them more clearly, and the UI also seemed to improve a bit on the Mi10i at the time of writing. (I’re reasonably speeding up the Note 10 Pro Max with some software updates). This is a very close call here and I am handing it over to the Mi 10i but by a very slim margin. In terms of performance I can’t say much more.

Winner: Mi10i

Connectivity – What G Are You?

In terms of connectivity, both phones tick 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS boxes and yes, both have an infrared port, which is now almost a Xiaomi trademark. But there is a difference – the Mi10i supports 5G, the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max 4G device. Now, there are currently no 5G signals in India, and by all estimates it is unlikely to come before 2022 and even then it is really affordable for the mainstream. So I would not consider this lack to be a deal breaker. Its presence gives the Mi 10i an edge.

Winner: Mi10i

Battery – Will that Hz be damaged?

This came as a bit of a surprise. On paper, this should be a success for the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max, which has a 5,020 mAh battery compared to the 4,820 mAh One in the Mi 10i. Whether it was the bright display of the Adaptive SNC or the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max on the Mi10i display, the Mi10i had a slightly better battery life. Both phones are easy to use for a day, but the Mi10i goes beyond the cozy, while the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max struggles to last a day if you keep the refresh rate at a maximum of 120 Hz. Both phones come with 33W chargers and support fast charging, while the Mi 10i charges slightly more from 0 to 100 per hour, while the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max charges close to an hour and a half. Mi10i will take this round.

Winner: Mi10i

Software and UI – 10 or 11?

Both phones run on Xiaomi’s MIUI 12 and both are in line to get the MIUI 12.5 update. But there is a difference – the Note 10 Pro Max comes out with Android 11, while the Mi 10i is still running Android 10. This difference is not very obvious to the average user, but I always recommend going with the newer version of the OS, so this round note goes for the Pro Max.

Winner: Redmi Note 10 Po Max

Value for money – price matters

In terms of price, both phones offer excellent value for money. The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max starts at Rs 18,999 for the 6GB / 64GB variant and the Mi10i starts at Rs 20,999 for the same variant. At Rs 2,000, this gap is handled by variants – the Note 10 Pro Max 6GB / 128GB comes at Rs 19,999, while the Mi10i gives you back Rs 21,999. The 8GB / 128GB variant of the Redmi is priced at Rs 21,999 while the Mi10i is priced at Rs 23,999. The Redmi Note 10 Pro Max wins it here. Easily.

Winner: Redmi Note 10 Pro Max

Which ten do you have?

Realme Norjo 30 Pro competitor Mi 10i

So should you invest in Mi10i or Redmi Note 10 Pro Max? This is a very close call. And really depends on your preferences. Those who want a great performance will love the Note 10 Pro Max and it will be more compact and also run the latest version of Android. However, in terms of perfect performance, I think the Mi10i has a clear edge to the 750G chip. I thought the Mi phone had a slight edge in the camera segment and also won in the speakers and batteries, though the difference was not always that big. And, those with an eye on 5G (I still, not yet) will definitely like the Mi 10i again. It really reduces to your needs at the end of the day. The good part? You are not likely to be disappointed anyway.


Source by [91 Mobiles]

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