Key Specification of Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro :
Mi 10 Pro – Android v10
Octa core (2.84 GHz, Single Core + 2.42 GHz, Tri core + 1.8 GHz, Quad core)Snapdragon 8658 GB RAM
6.67 inches (16.94 cm)386 PPI, AMOLED
108 + 8 + 12 + 20 MP Quad Primary Cameras
Triple-color LED Flash20 MP Front Camera
4500 mAh Quick Charging
4.0USB Type-C Port
Hey, what’s up guys you are here for Infopreneurr Blog, Xiaomi is making a splash in the flagship market with this new Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 5G.
It brings a 108-megapixel camera tech that Xiaomi made headlines with last winter as well as plenty of other premium features can he give Samsung and Apple a run for their money.
Let’s find out in our full review :
With the Mi 10 Pro 5G there’s no doubt that you’re gazing upon a premium device. It’s made of gently curved Gorilla Glass 5 and it has a solid aluminum frame.
Our Mi 10 Pro is in the Solstice gray finish, for now the device comes strictly in matte color options. While it isn’t so flashy it still looks great when they catches the light, the finish feels great to silky smooth.
The phone is quite thin at the edges and the sharpness adds a bit of grip as well there’s something missing here as a flagship and that’s ip68 dust and water resistance.
There is some splash proofing in the design but you don’t get the same peace of mind you would do with some competitors.
Mi 10 Pro’s screen is curved to be symmetrical to the back panel and it’s protected by the same Gorilla Glass 5, it’s a tall 6.7 inch OLED with a tiny punch hole for the Silva cam up in the corner.
High refresh rate screens are all the rage these days and I temp Rose fits the bill with this 90 Hertz refresh rate.
It makes moving element seems silky smooth to the eye the screen resolution. However there is only 1080p which isn’t quite up to par with the competition, nevertheless, everything looks pretty sharp, blacks are super deep and you have lively colors which can also be said to be quite accurate in settings.
This display also has excellent brightness up to 510 mins for the manual slider and up to 816, it’s in auto mode when out in the Sun.
So on the visual side of things, the experience is great on this device, but Xiaomi has taken care of the audio side as well with its dedicated stereo speakers. Rather than having the earpiece as one of the speakers here you get an identical speaker on the top and the bottom, of course, this means that they’re well balanced and in our tests, the sound quality was the best that we’ve had on a phone, so far the phone also scored very good in loudness.
If you’d rather use headphones instead you won’t find a 3.5 mm jack here, a USB adapter should come in the retail package or you can use USB C or wireless headphones.
Unlocking the Mi 10 Pro is super easy it uses the latest generation of under-display optical fingerprint reader and it responds lightning-fast the meetin pros interfaces. Xiaomi is based on android 10, the interface is quite clean and blew free.
At least in our global version of the phone as you’d expect from Xiaomi there’s no app drawer so your apps will be on the home screen.
If you stick to this default launcher there’s a dark mode which looks snazzy and also can save you some battery on an
OLED display you don’t get expandable storage on this device so you have to make deal with what’s onboard.
You would get plenty though, with options for 256 or 512 gigs, there are also a couple of other features worth mentioning there’s an IR blaster that you can use to control appliances with and there’s also support for NFC for connectivity or mobile payments as a flagship.
You’d expect nothing less than cutting-edge performance and the Mi 10 Pro doesn’t disappoint here it runs on a snapdragon 865 chipset which supports full 5G connectivity benchmark.
Its performance is among the best out there and the gaming performance here is great especially with games that support the 90 Hertz screen refresh rate.
While the phone doesn’t get warm after long sessions we didn’t notice any meaningful throttling powering all this is a large 4,500 million power battery.
It does an excellent job the Mi 10 Pro scored an excellent endurance rating of a 101 Hour battery life.
Tests that was with the screen at 90 Hertz dialing it down to 60 Hertz resulted in the score of a 105 Hours. The Mi 10 Pro comes bundled with a laptop grade 65 watt USB C charger, even though the phone only supports up to 50 watts still we didn’t have any problems and we were able to charge from zero to 77% in just half an hour.
You also get support for fast wireless charging up to 30 watts which you can achieve with one of shammies proprietary charging pads.
Then Mi 10 Pro 5G has a high-end quad-camera setup on the back there is a 108-megapixel quad bear main camera, then there are 2 telephoto camera an 8 megapixel and a 12 megapixel finally, there’s a 20-megapixel ultra-wide snapper with autofocus.
Actually it’s photos are great they’re probably the best night time zoom shots we’ve seen yet, they’ve taken with the 20-megapixel quad bear selfie camera. These are good but nothing too impressive as far as sharpness is concerned.
The Mi 10 Pro has a ton of video recording options including the
ability to shoot an 8k at 30fps with the main camera but even if you had the means to play it back in his native resolution.
The HK footage isn’t that impressive detail wise and it gobbles up storage like there is no tomorrow in contrast 4k video from the main camera 12-megapixel telephoto camera.
An ultra-wide camera are great totally flag worthy the 8-megapixel telephoto with 5 times zoom can be used to take a video so that’s the Mi 10 Pro 5G.
Who would have thought that Xiaomi known for is more budget-friendly phones could offer one of the most cutting-edge devices on the market right now.
You get a beautiful build a high refresh rate OLED screen exceptional stereo speakers top-notch performance, excellent battery life with fast charging and one of the best camera experiences.
You can buy basically, the only things missing here are full
waterproofing and expandable storage, also the selfie cam is alright but not the best but still these are just nitpicks.
Let’s talk price though at a 1000 euros, this is up there with the most expensive Xiaomi phones ever made. But this is a flagship afterall and it comes with the territory if you’re okay
with that then the Mi 10 Pro definitely deserves a recommendation.
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