Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G, Note 11S 5G, and Note 10 5G Launched, Here are the Specs…

Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G, Note 11S 5G, and Note 10 5G Launched, Here are the Specs and Pricing

The Redmi series is a popular budget line of smartphones and it has catered for the mid to upper-budget smartphone users, and according to Xiaomi now has over 250 million users worldwide. Today, Redmi updated its Redmi Note series with a bunch of 5G smartphones which includes the Redmi Note 10 5G, Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G, and the Redmi Note 11S 5G.

As is made obvious by the iteration of smartphones we have here, these are all 5G devices and in order of pricing, here are the smartphones announced.

Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G

Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G, quite a mouthful uhm? This is the top-of-the-line Note 11 series and the most premium of the phones announced. Goes beyond the usual Redmi Note offering in many different ways, including 120W Hyper charging, a vapor chamber for cooling the phone, and a fairly powerful MediaTek Dimensity 920 chipset in its own right. This is combined with a smaller 4, 500mAh battery than the rest of the Note 11 family, a 6.67-inch FHD AMOLED 120Hz screen, and a side fingerprint scanner.

Other features include a 108MP main rear camera accompanied by an 8MP ultrawide camera with a 120 o FOV, and a 2MP macro sensor, alongside a 16MP front shooter. It also sports a dual speaker designed in partnership with JBL, NFC, and other things we love about Redmi smartphones like the IR blaster and aux port. It is splashproof with an IP53 rating and is available at 369, 399, and 449 for the 6GB/128GB, 8GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB storage options respectively.

Redmi Note 11S 5G

Another 5G smartphone, with watered-down specs in comparison to the above but still a decent device. It has a MediaTek Dimensity 810 processor and a 5OMP main rear camera, a 90Hz refresh rate, and 33W fast charging. Meanwhile, the rest of the specs like the 6.6-inch FHD AMOLED screen, NFC, 5000mAh battery and design is identical to the rest of the Note 11 series.

There is a variety of finishes to choose from, from star blue to midnight black and then, twilight blue, while still maintaining the same impressive design as the others. The Note 11S will be going for 249, 279 and 299 for the 4GB/64GB, 4GB/128GB and 6GB/128GB options.

Redmi Note 10 5G

On to the next smartphone – the Redmi Note 10 5G. There is a different design here, especially with the camera module at the back featuring dual 50MP shooters. Besides that, you are also greeted with a 5, OOOmAh battery, FHD 6.5-inch 90Hz AMOLED screen, 18W fast charging, and 5G connectivity. Inside you have the Dimensity 700 processor, 4GB RAM with either 64GB or 128GB storage space to choose from. The former goes for 199 and the latter, for 229 respectively.

There is an early bird discount of between 20 – 30 dollars that will run from April 6th to April 8th on Aliexpress so you can check that out to save some money should you be in the market for one of these beauties.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G Review: Here to meet Xiaomi’s bottom-line, and that’s it

If you were to look at the phones released under €250 within the last year, you would likely notice that the competition is quite fierce. With company’s such as Xiaomi, Motorola, OnePlus, Samsung, and a few others, you could even say that this competition is much more exciting than the current flagship smartphone race.

Xiaomi is back at it again to try and offer the best sub- €250 experience you can find thanks to the Redmi Note 10 5G. But this phone is in a little bit of an awkward spot given what is offered and how it stacks up against other options at the same price point. Does Xiaomi do enough with one of its latest handsets to stand apart from the competition? Or is this just another phone to have in its lineup?

Redmi Note 10 5G Design Display

Out of the box, you’re not going to really notice anything “unique” about the Redmi Note 10 5G, but that’s kind of the point. It’s your standard combination of plastic and glass, with a nice matte finish on the back. This is soft to the touch and does a pretty good job at withstanding fingerprints and oils from your hands compared to the glossy finishes found on most phones nowadays. In the box, you’ll find the charging brick, charging cable, regulatory paperwork, along with a clear TPU case for those who want some protection.

Around the edges of the Redmi Note 10 5G, you’ll find the power button along with the volume rocker on the right side. The power button also doubles as a fingerprint scanner which is a nice addition and makes it so you can unlock your phone faster than just entering a pin or trying to put your finger on the right spot in another place. On the top, you’ll find a 3.5mm headphone jack, along with an infrared sensor on the right side so you can control your TV and/or set-top box. Moving to the bottom, we have the USB-C charging port flanked by the mono-speaker and microphone. All of this is pretty standard, as it seems that budget phones are going to carry the headphone jack torch since they’ve largely been removed from flagship phones.

After you turn on the Redmi Note 10 5G, you’ll be greeted with a pretty basic 6.5-inch IPS LCD display, that has decent color accuracy but definitely isn’t as vibrant as other options. But the phone does have a hidden feature that you’ll actually have to turn on, and that’s the 90Hz refresh rate. With the exception of a handful of devices, a 90Hz refresh rate is becoming the new industry standard across, moving away from the 60Hz that we’ve had for years now. It’s really great to see improvements like this arrive on just about every Android phone, and isn’t just reserved for mid-range or flagship devices.

But what helps make this display stand out compared to other devices with faster refresh rates is that it’s actually an adaptive refresh rate. This means that the display automatically adjusts between the 60Hz standard and 90Hz. Xiaomi also promises a future update will slow things down even further, as it will add 30Hz to the mix. With a variable refresh rate, you’re able to enjoy faster refresh rates while doom-scrolling or playing games, but just reading an article or a book will slow things down.

Thinking that maybe there was just a bug in the system, I factory reset the Note 10 5G hoping that would clear something up. Unfortunately, nothing changed even on the second go-’round. It wasn’t until Xiaomi pushed one of its latest updates to the phone that the problems were remedied, but even then, it still doesn’t feel as smooth as other phones with 90Hz enabled. It doesn’t even feel as smooth as my iPhone 12 Pro with its 60Hz panel. Perhaps Xiaomi is still trying to dial in the variable refresh rate with this display panel, but we’re hoping that it gets fixed sooner rather than later.

Redmi Note 10 5G Performance Battery Life

MediaTek is making a big push to try and cut into the stranglehold that Qualcomm has had on smartphones over the last decade. The company’s latest series of Dimensity processors offer similar, if not improved, performance when compared to Snapdragon-powered devices at the same price point. With the Redmi Note 10 5G, we have the MediaTek Dimensity 700, which not only helps keep the cost of phones low but also adds the 5G connectivity that many folks are looking for.

So how does the Dimensity 700 actually stand up in day-to-day use? I was pleasantly surprised to confirm that I ran into no noticeable issues, other than the refresh rate problems. The Redmi Note 10 5G was able to withstand multi-tasking, quickly switching back and forth between apps, and enjoying some games when I actually had time to sink into Dead Cells or whatever else tickled my fancy that day.

As you would expect, Xiaomi included MIUI 12 with the Redmi Note 10 5G, which is based on Android 11. In true MIUI fashion, it feels like a mashup of Android and iOS, especially if you enable the Control Center which brings down your quick toggles when swiping down from the right side of the status bar. It’s definitely “less in your face” compared to the MIUI of the old days, while providing enough launcher and UI tweaks to appease the customizers out there.

The biggest problem I have is the fact that there are far too many pre-installed apps and games to be found. Starting it up for the first time, and you’ll see a bunch of bloatware like Block Puzzle Guardian, Dust Settle, Bubble Shooter, and even things like and LinkedIn pre-installed. I thought we had moved away from the days of phone makers installing a bunch of crapware onto phones, but it seems that’s not the case. Of course, you can just go through and uninstall the apps and games you don’t want, but it shouldn’t be something you have to worry about.

There’s not really too much to write home about when it comes to the battery life on the Redmi Note 10 5G, other than the fact that it’s pretty great. The 5,000mAh cell provides at least a day of power, usually going into the next day depending on what you’re using your phone. Instead, our biggest gripe is the 18W charging speeds which is the slowest offered by a Redmi Note 10 phone. On one hand, we see Xiaomi pushing the limits of what smartphones can handle in terms of charging speeds, but on the other, it throws in a snails-pace charging speed for the Note 10 5G. With a battery as big as this one, we wish that Xiaomi would push the envelope even a little bit further.

Redmi Note 10 5G Cameras

One area where we continue to see these budget phones miss the mark is in the camera department. The trend continues with the Redmi Note 10 5G and its “triple camera” array. Sure, there are three sensors on the back, headlined by the same 48MP lens that’s found on the non-5G version of the Redmi Note 10. But you also have the “pleasure” of using a 2MP macro and a 2MP depth sensor. But as we continue to see time and time again, these additional lenses are really nothing more than spec-sheet stuffers and aren’t actually useful.

In broad daylight, with the sun shining, you’ll get some pretty good-looking pictures. The 48MP lens is serviceable by most accounts and can handle almost everything you need it to, provided that you have enough light. But as soon as you take away that good lighting, you’re going to be sorely disappointed. It’s like the phones of the old days where the cameras were an afterthought and weren’t actually usable in any conditions other than with great lighting around you. We wish this trend would come to a close, but sadly, it’s unlikely to do so because it’s all about marketing, and less about providing a solid camera array.

Final Thoughts

The Redmi Note 10 5G is somewhat intriguing due to its 5G connectivity and solid performance. The variable refresh rate is a nice touch, even if you take out my experiences with stutters, and the Dimensity 700 can handle most of what you might want to throw at it. Even battery life is going to be great thanks to the combination of the LCD display and the massive 5,000mAh battery. But you’re going to instantly be smacked with disappointment when it comes time to re-charge your phone.

What makes this such a difficult phone to recommend is purely thanks to Xiaomi. The company’s Poco M3 Pro is priced even lower, features practically the same spec sheet, and looks almost identical. This includes the 5,000mAh battery, Dimensity 700 SoC, and the same triple camera array. There’s even a 90Hz refresh rate mode on the M3 Pro, adding insult to injury. Truthfully, the only reason we would really recommend grabbing the Redmi Note 10 5G over the M3 Pro is if you can’t get your hands on the Poco option.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G Rating: star_fullstar_fullstar_fullstar_50star_empty ( 3.5 / 5 )

The Good

  • Display is solid with a 90Hz refresh rate
  • Great battery life
  • 5G connectivity
  • IR blaster is a nice touch
  • MIUI 12 is polished

The Bad

  • Unable to record 4K video
  • No ultrawide camera sensor
  • Single speaker is underwhelming

The Bottom Line

There are a few things to like when it comes to the Redmi Note 10 5G, but once you start looking at the competition, even within Xiaomi’s own lineup, it’s easy to see why you might be better off looking elsewhere for a 5G-connected device.

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G review

With 5G coverage in more places than ever Xiaomi has landed a compatible phone for under £200 – but can the budget blower convince you to make the next-gen network jump?

Xiaomi seems to be pumping out fresh budget phones at roughly the same rate Tiesto churns out rave-friendly bangers and now it’s added the budget Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G to the setlist.

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It joins a selection of feature-stacked blowers for a nice price, from the Mi 11 Lite to the excellent Redmi Note 10 Pro, but the Chinese giant’s latest launch delivers a key future-proofing feature missing from previous handsets – namely 5G support.

However, this all-new Redmi Note 10 5G also strips out some of the best bits of that Pro model, including the gorgeous OLED screen and 108MP camera. So is this latest device a case of too much sacrifice for too little benefit?

It’s also got its work cut out to offer better value than the Motorola Moto G50 or Realme 8 5G that both offer 5G kicks for the same price, or to trouble the Stuff smartphone top 10.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G design: Sausage without the sizzle

Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 10 5G budget smartphone ticks all of the usual design boxes, and so while it doesn’t disappoint, it’s also not particularly trouser-rousing.

That plastic back seems hardy enough to survive everyday existence, with only a tiny scuff ruining the finish after a full week of abuse, while a protective cover is bundled in the box.

Of course, we’d recommend grabbing a brighter alternative to our grey review model. It’s Smart, but it’s not particularly cheerful. Thankfully the matte finish means no grubby fingerprints, unless you’re constantly tweeting while feasting on fried chicken.

Up front you have a Gorilla Glass 3 display, covered with a screen protector. That protector seems to be soaking up any damage nicely and can be easily replaced when it’s coated in scratches.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G display: Not quite candy for the eyes

While the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro sported a slick OLED screen, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G makes do with a more lackluster IPS panel.

This 6.5in display is the same size as found on the Motorola Moto G50. It’s reasonably sharp with its FHD resolution and proves fine for kicking back with some YouTube or Netflix, but you lose the HDR smarts and poppy colours.

On top brightness it’s a bit of a struggle to see in direct sunlight, while the auto brightness is a bit borked in low light. Plus, no OLED means no Always On Display.

Many budget 5G rivals sport a similar IPS screen, which is a shame because a major reason to get 5G is gaming or video streaming wherever you roam. And even though this is a 90Hz panel, the UI never feels that smooth when flicking around.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G audio: Mono-phone

Sure, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G’s single built-in speaker won’t blow you away with cutting-edge audio, but it’s fine for watching a stupid TikTok video or listening to a podcast in a pinch.

The real good news is that dedicated headphone jack, with Hi-Res Audio certification. Get plugged in and you’ll enjoy gorgeous clarity from your tunes.

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We also had no problems at all streaming to a variety of Bluetooth headphones and earbuds, although the volume on our Google Pixel Buds wouldn’t rise above ‘slightly rousing’.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G software and features: To Mi, to UI

Xiaomi has slathered its MiUI 12 launcher all over Android as usual, changing up the vibe of Google’s OS while adding in bucket-loads of bonus features. This does mean the UI never feels as smooth as it should at 90Hz, but I’m liking this launcher more with every update.

This version of MiUI doesn’t mess about with Android too heavily, so you still get staple features like an apps drawer. Meanwhile Xiaomi has added in great extras like a dedicated gaming mode, video tools and a Control Center that looks suspiocusly Apple-like.

All of the standard features you’d expect are present and correct. This includes NFC for contactless payments, with Google Pay support here in Blighty. We also had no troubles with the edge-mounted fingerprint sensor or face recognition, although the latter even works when you’re facemasked to the nines. So don’t expect it to be super-secure.

One of the downsides of Xiaomi’s phones is the sheer amount of crapware stuffed in there. You’ll likely spend twenty minutes just uninstalling tat like Bubble Shooter and Tile Fun (spoiler alert again – not fun at all), to free up storage. Thankfully you get 128GB of space, with microSD support on top.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G power and battery: Go the distance

Xiaomi has crammed one of Mediatek’s 7nm Dimensity 700 chipsets inside the Redmi Note 10 5G and this coped fine with all of my everyday shenanigans, even in this base model with just 4GB RAM. That Dimensity platform serves up some tasty 5G support, for both available SIM slots.

This is the one major advantage of this model compared with the rest of Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 10 line up, and certainly good news for anyone who wants to get gaming on the go.

Popular titles like PubG and Call Of Duty Mobile ran fine on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G, even when you bump up those detail settings.

The display is responsive enough to cope with all of the frantic action, so it was only our knackered old wrists and buggered reaction speeds that held us back from ultimate victory. A 5000mAh battery has also been crammed inside that plastic frame, and again we have no complaints.

Even with plenty of sat-nav action, gaming, camera use and media streaming, we never made it to bed with less than a quarter power remaining. However, the meager 18W battery tech means you’re lumbered with the slowest charging speed of any of the Redmi Note 10 series, which is yet another sacrifice you’ll be forced to make if you want that 5G connectivity.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G camera: Shoot Mi now

Speaking of sacrifices, you’ll also find that Xiaomi has stripped back the camera tech slapped on the back end of this blower. The Redmi Note 10 5G still sports a 48MP primary shooter like the standard Redmi Note 10 (although the Pro model upgraded that to an impressive 108MP sensor), while the ultra-wide angle lens found on the rest of the series has been culled.

Instead, the rest of the camera hardware consists of your bog-standard boring 2MP macro depth affairs That main shooter does struggle with strong lighting, so some of our photos came out surprisingly murky when snapping in bright daylight. Meanwhile indoor pics are often grainy as hell, a real step backwards again from other Xiaomi handsets around this price point.

And don’t even try to take photos in ambient light. You’ll enjoy some serious murk if you do, even if you try employing that night mode. Frankly, if the camera is in any way a priority for you, definitely look elsewhere.

This is the worst Xiaomi snapper we’ve tested in some time. Home movies don’t fare too much better, sadly. The resolution tops off at FHD, with no 4K option, while testing conditions again hamper the performance.

Thankfully audio capture is fine, as long as you aren’t recording in strong gusts. Best skip that vindaloo, then. Last up, the 8MP selfie snapper is quite basic compared with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G’s siblings. This once again struggles in strong lighting, and dim lighting too.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G verdict

Like many affordable 5G phones, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G is sadly a let-down compared with its LTE rivals, including Xiaomi’s own Redmi Note 10 Pro and the Motorola Moto G50.

Considering the main advantages of 5G include gaming or media streaming in busy areas with zero chance of Wi-Fi, this handset’s display tech is sadly limited.

We were also let down by that camera, which struggled far too often to capture respectable photos and video. If you absolutely must have 5G at a low price, also check out the Motorola Moto G50, Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite, Realme 8 5G or Oppo’s A74 5G.

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The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G available in China is the dual-camera variant of the Redmi Note 10 5G Global. The affordable 5G phone features a 6.5-inch FHD LCD display with 90Hz refresh rate, and is powered by a 64bit MediaTek Dimensity 700 octa-core processor. The Redmi Note 10 offers a 48 megapixel dual-rear camera setup with an LED flash. The smartphone is available in four different storage variants with up to 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, and up to 256GB UFS 2.2 storage. It boots Android 11 OS based on MIUI 12.

It features a 6.5-inch Full HD LCD display with 2400×1080 pixel resolution, up to 90Hz adaptive refresh rate, and 500 nits peak brightness. The Redmi Note 10 5G comes with a touch sampling rate of 180Hz, 1500:1 contrast ratio and Reading Mode 3.0 support. The phone is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor and up to 8GB of RAM. While the graphics duties are handled by an integrated Mali G57 GPU. The smartphone is available with 4GB128GB, 6GB128GB, 8GB128GB and 8GB256GB storage.

In the camera department, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 has a dual-camera setup on the back. The smartphone sports a super clear 48 megapixel main camera (f/1.79), accompanied by a 2 megapixel depth of field lens with f/2.4 aperture. It supports up to 1080p video recordings at 30fps and camera functions include Super Night View, Magic Sky 3.0, HDR, 10x Digital Zoom, Panorama Mode, AI Camera 5.0, AI Beauty, Portrait Mode, or 48MP mode. On the front is an 8 megapixel beauty camera with f/2.0 supporting AI beauty, HDR, and Portrait mode amongst others.

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 5G features a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, which also doubles as the power button. The Android handset features a 5000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support. Similar to other Redmi phones, it also offers an Infrared sensor, a USB Type-C charging port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Connectivity options include dual SIM, dual 5G, dual 4G, 2.4/5GHz Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.1, and GPS, A-GPS Beidou, Galileo, and GLONASS. The smartphone runs Android 11 OS and is available in White, Gray, Blue, and Green color variants.

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Enjoy the perks of 5G

No more waiting required 5G is not just fast, but super fast. When connected to a 5G network, the Redmi Note 10 5G allows you to enjoy a smooth real-time gaming, and seamless video calls without delay.

Dual 5G

It supports advanced 5G5G Dual SIM Dual Standby technology, which will bring you a more immersive and smoother 5G network experience when playing games or watching series.

Excellent performance

MediaTek Dimensity 700 was built using a 7nm flagship-level process. It is equipped with an octa-core CPU with a clock speed of up to 2.2GHz, and a powerful ARM Mali G57 GPU. This processor ensures smooth operation and makes for a flawless user experience.

UFS 2.2 Loading games—always one step ahead Equipped with UFS 2.2 flash memory technology with sequential write speed increased by up to 100%

6.5” FHD AdaptiveSync Display The 90Hz refresh rate means that the screen will display 90 frames per second, which is 50% more frames than normal smartphones with 60Hz displays.

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90Hz Scrolling Gaming

60Hz Streaming video

50Hz Static display

30Hz Video playback Game must support 90fps. Feature will arrive OTA update. Content must support 30fps.

360° light sensors Adjusting to your surroundings The dual 360° light sensors setup can detect and adjust the brightness to 4096 different levels in a natural, Smart, and precise manner.

Eye protection at all times Since we spend a lot of time with our smartphone, the phone has been provided with features that ensure comprehensive eye protection. In bright sunshine, in backlight or at night, the screen can be minutely adjusted to ensure optimum comfort for your eyes. Reading mode 3.0 A paper-like reading experience

5000mAh high-capacity battery Enough power to do whatever you want Power bank-level capacity, enjoy audiovisual entertainment for hours. With normal usage, the battery easily lasts throughout the day making sure you no longer have to worry about battery levels. Equipped with 18W fast charge. Reach full charge fast.

48MP triple camera

Capture your surroundings with ease With a 48MP main camera, a macro camera that captures details, and a depth sensor for supporting captivating portraits, you get stunning photos no matter what you are shooting.

48MP main camera High-resolution photos, don’t miss any important details

Macro camera Explore the wonderful micro world

Depth sensor With you in FOCUS and the background naturally blurred, you will stand out as the protagonist

Night mode Capture the night in one shot


Storage RAM 4GB64GB, 4GB128GB LPDDR4X RAM UFS2.2 storage

Dimensions Height: 161.81mm Width: 75.34mm Thickness: 8.92mm Weight: 190g Data provided by internal laboratories. Industry measurment methods may vary, and therefore actual results may differ.

Display 6.5″ FHD Dot Display Resolution: 2400 x 1080 Contrast ratio: 1500:1 Refresh rate: 90Hz AdaptiveSync display: 30Hz/50Hz/60Hz/90Hz Reading mode 3.0 360° ambient light sensors

Processor MediaTek Dimensity 700 CPU: Arm Cortex-A76 ,7nm processing process,octa-core CPU, up to 2.2GHz GPU:Arm Mali-G57 MC2, Max GPU Frequency:950MHz

Battery Charging 5000mAh battery (typ) Supports 18W fast charging

Camera 48MP main camera 1/2″ sensor size f/1.79 2MP macro camera f/2.4 2MP depth sensor f/2.4

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Rear camera photography features Night mode AI camera 5.0 Movie frame Rear camera video features Video macro mode Time-lapse video Slow motion video

Rear video recording 1080p 1920×1080 | 30fps 720p 1280×720 | 30fps Slow motion:1280×720 | 120fps 8MP front camera f/2.0

Front camera photography features Timed burst AI Beautify AI portrait mode with bokeh and depth control Movie frame

Front camera video features Time-lapse AI Video Beautify Front video recording 1080p 1920×1080 | 30fps 720p 1280×720 | 30fps

Security Side fingerprint sensor AI face unlock

NFC Multifunctional NFC Supports Google Pay

Network Connectivity Dual SIM, dual standby:5G5G

Network bands: Supports 5G / 4G / 3G / 2G 5G:n1,n3,n7,n8,n20,n28,n38,n40,n41,n66,n77,n78 4G: FDD-LTE Band 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,17,20,28,32,66 TDD-LTE Band 38,40,41 3G: WCDMA Band 1,2,4,5,8 2G: GSM 850 900 1800 1900 MHz

Wireless Networks 2.4GHz/5GHz Wi-Fi Bluetooth 5.1

Navigation Positioning GPS: L1 Galileo: E1 | GLONASS: G1 | Beidou A-GPS supplementary positioning | Electronic compass | Wireless network | Data network

Audio 3.5mm headphone jack Hi-Res Audio certification

Sensors Proximity sensor | Ambient light sensor | Accelerometer | Gyroscope | Electronic compass | IR blaster

UI and system MIUI 12 based on Android 11

Package Contents Redmi Note 10 5G | Ireland 3 pin Adapter | USB Type-C Cable | SIM Eject Tool | Protective Case | Quick Start Guide | Warranty Card

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