A lot of smartphones for little money. The Xiaomi Redmi 10 starts at less than 200 Euros (~$231), but that doesn’t keep it from packing a punch in terms of features: A 90 Hz display is included with the 6.5-incher as well as NFC, a 50 MP camera, a 5,000 mAh battery, and stereo speakers. The MediaTek SoC Helio G88 even ensures good everyday and gaming performance.
Xiaomi is being very competitive with the Redmi 10, because the 6.5-inch smartphone can be purchased for less than 200 Euros (~$231). The Redmi 9’s successor has a solid configuration with the MediaTek Helio G88, 4 GB of RAM, up to 128 GB of storage, and a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 18-watt fast charging. We reviewed the 64 GB version, which is offered by Xiaomi in its online store for around 180 Euros (~$208).
The Redmi 10 doesn’t support 5G, but it offers two features that want to set the smartphone apart from the masses: A 50 MP main camera and a refresh rate of 90 Hz. However, these aren’t unique selling points in the low-budget segment, which is why Xiaomi has to compete with strong rivals right from the start. Read on to find out how it performs in the test.