Mi Note 10 Pro The name Mi Note already has become synonymous for the top Android phablet around. As of May 2021, this high-end phablet is already being sold or shipped more than 6 million units worldwide, and it is still going strong after two and a half years on the market. The latest version of the Mi Note 10 Pro has an astounding triple-wide camera module on the back, with another impressive AI-driven Real Key feature that allows you to take full advantage of facial recognition, by simply looking into the camera lens. It also includes an impressive eight-core dual-core processor, which means that your apps will run faster and more smoothly on this new phone. Mi Note 10 Pro
One of the biggest selling points of the Mi Note 10 Pro is its camera, as it is capable of taking some truly good pictures, even in low light situations. However, it isn’t just the camera that can make your day with this device so much better, as the Mi Note also has an advanced internals. The software on the device is designed to be user friendly, with plenty of options that allow you to customize settings to your liking. There are many different sensors present on the device, and all of them are powered through a single microSD card – hence the need to have only one card for all your photos and other data. This is very convenient as you won’t have to carry around a separate memory card for all your data.
Two key features in the camera of the Mi Note 10 Pro are the front and back cameras, which are of professional quality. The front camera has a high resolution, but unfortunately doesn’t have the most megapixels, but it is better than most fake cameras on the market. The back camera has an excellent resolution and plenty of megapixels, but unfortunately doesn’t have as much optical zoom as the front camera. If you want the best zoom then you will need to buy the front and back cameras separately, although the software for the back camera is easy to use, allowing you to adjust the image field and aperture in order to get the most out of your photo shooting experience. You can use manual focus, which is a nice feature as you can determine the focus point yourself.
The Mi Note 10 Pro’s battery life is pretty good, although there are occasions where it seems to finish below par. This normally happens when you use the camera at night or when the brightness is extremely low. It does, however, have a fast charging time, which means you should be able to get a full day of usage out of it. One thing you may find useful is a USB cable, as this allows you to connect the camera directly to your PC rather than using the mobile data network. To sum up, the camera itself is great, as it provides great picture quality and is relatively compact, but if you need to shoot with very fast shutter speeds and high resolution, then the Mi Note 10 Pro isn’t worth buying.
Overall, the Mi Note 10 Pro is a good camera for anyone looking for a mid-range smartphone with excellent image quality, good portability and good battery life. Although the Mi Note may not have as many high end features as its competitors, it still has a lot to offer from an image point of view. Despite having just two megapixels of resolution, the sharpness of the images it produces is very good. For this price the Mi Note can be considered a decent buy, although it lacks some of the features found in its nearest competitors.