The Redmi 10 from Redmi mobile, which was just introduced, is the only smartphone with the brand-new MediaTek Helio G88 CPU from Redmi. How would it compare to the Infinix Note 10 Pro with MediaTek Helio G95?
Check out the comparison of features below to learn more:
The Infinix Note 10 Pro and the Xiaomi have about 6-inch LCDs, with the Infinix Note 10 Pro slightly larger at 6.95 inches and the Xiaomi’s somewhat smaller at 6.5 inches. Both phones can handle 90 Hz refresh rates.
Nonetheless, the Xiaomi Adaptive Sync function allows the phone to dynamically change the refresh rate based on the app, optimizing performance while minimizing power consumption. Similar to the Redmi 10, the Infinix Note 10 offers a touch sampling rate of 180Hz. Xiaomi Redmi 10 has Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for added protection, while its competition doesn’t. This is a nice feature for people who tend to mishandle their phones.
● Processors and GPU
The GPU on the Xiaomi Redmi 10 is a Mali-G52 MC2, and the CPU is MediaTek’s Helio G88, the successor to the G85. Contrarily, the Infinix Note 10 utilizes the MediaTek Helio G95 and Mali-G76 for processing and graphics, respectively. Although there are no direct comparisons between the Helio G88 and G95 on the bench as of yet, given that the G88 is the G85’s successor, superior performance (if not parity) with the G95 is to be anticipated.
● Storage Space and RAM
Both smartphones are available in various RAM and storage capacities, making them suitable for consumers with varying needs and preferences. In contrast to the Xiaomi Redmi 10, which only has 6GB RAM and 128GB storage, the Infinix Note 10 has an impressive 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, making it the clear winner in this category.
In addition, the Infinix Note 10 supports UFS 2.2, which allows for quicker sequential read and write rates on the device’s dedicated microSD, which can store up to 2TB of data.
When comparing the Xiaomi and the Infinix Note 10, the latter’s 64MP primary camera lens is superior. The two devices share the ultra-wide resolution (8 megapixels). At the same time, the Xiaomi Redmi 10 and the Infinix Note 10 each feature specialized 2-megapixel lenses for macro and depth photography and black and white and portrait photography, respectively.
● Connectivity & Other Features
Both have 4G LTE, two nano-SIM card slots, WiFi 5, a 3.5mm headphone connector, and a fingerprint scanner on the side. The Xiaomi Redmi 10 differs from the Infinix Note 10 because it supports Bluetooth 5.1, has an infrared blaster, and can use satellite navigation systems A-GPS, Glonass, Galileo, and BDS.
The Infinix Note 10 and the Xiaomi Redmi 10 have 5,000 mAh batteries, but the Infinix Note 10 charges 33W, while the Xiaomi Redmi 10 charges only 18W. The Xiaomi Redmi 10 scores extra credit because it supports 9W reverse wired charging. The Infinix Mobile does not support reverse charging yet.
As was previously mentioned, the Xiaomi Redmi 10’s refresh rate is adaptive; therefore, the two handsets’ battery life may vary depending on the specific apps utilized.
If you’re looking for a lightweight smartphone with Adaptive Sync, modern Bluetooth 5.1, IR-Blaster support, Glonass, Galileo, BDS navigation, and 9W reverse charging, consider the Xiaomi Redmi 10.
In terms of overall performance and specifications, including a larger display with a 180Hz touch sample rating, more memory and storage options, a dedicated MicroSD slot, and a quicker charging rate. You get a better primary and front-facing camera on the Infinix Note 10 Pro, making it the superior smartphone.