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We tested the screen of the Redmi Note 10 5G. Will you be disappointed?

The Redmi Note 10 5G is a long-awaited phone, as it comes to replace a device that has had a good impact on the market. We have tested the quality offered by its screen and we will tell you the sensations that it has left us, where we have already advanced that there are both lights and also some shadow.

Basically, this is a model that fits perfectly into the Android mid-range, since it includes a 6.5-inch screen that by dimensions does not deviate one iota from what is usual in the current market. The panel is IPS type (which among other things requires integrating the fingerprint reader in the power button), and perhaps the choice of an AMOLED one would have been more successful to solve some aspects where this device does not comply perfectly. By the way, where it does is in resolution, since the one used is Full HD +.

Some additional details that are important in this section of the hardware included in the Redmi Note 10 5G are, for example, that it has Gorilla Glass 3 protection and that its ratio is 20: 9. The latter, together with the compatibility with Widevine L1 DRM, ensures that the transmission of high-quality content is supported, something that is surely appreciated when using the different cloud services that exist today (such as HBO or Amazon Prime Video). Therefore, it is well done although there are some small details that leave doubts.

Is the image quality of the Redmi Note 10 5G good?

Regarding the definition, things are going perfectly, since the pixel density of the screen of this device reaches 400 dpi. This means, as we have verified, that reading texts is something that is done with great ease and that any border that is shown on the screen is perfectly defined. Thus, both in games and web pages you will be able to enjoy them without many problems.

When it comes to color management, we have found some very positive details and others that are not so positive. In the first case, it must be said that it offers the possibility of using different color schemes, as well as some settings to manage what is seen on the screen. Of course, in our opinion there is a clear tendency to blue in practically any situation (especially if the Standard option is used within the possibilities that exist in the settings). The fact is that we do not get to enjoy the especially striking colors and as a consequence this is a model that for example does not offer support for HDR10. Here, we have to say that the terminal complies, but it lacks a small step to be among the best in its product range.

A shine with several surprises

The first thing to know in this section is that the manufacturer indicates the maximum brightness that can be obtained with the screen can reach up to 500 nits. And, we have to say, this is strictly adhered to, as long as the automatic operation of this parameter is activated. But this one need to improve, since we have found some problems to quickly detect the brightness of the environment especially when there is little light (outdoors things change radically and everything works perfectly).

One of the things that we liked the most and that is quite a surprise is the ability of the terminal to lower the brightness to measures that are practically impossible to achieve by its competition. Thus, for example, when you have a screen with a large number of targets, it is capable of reaching measurements that are below five nits, and this is a brand that is available to very few mid-range models. Therefore, and valuing everything we have mentioned, it must be said that the Redmi Note 10 5G does not work especially badly.

Software: there is everything you need in the Redmi Note 10 5G

If you are not one of those who need a lot of possibilities in what has to do with the configuration in the operation of the screen, this phone is going to love you. Within the options you will find sections as useful as, for example, the aforementioned color scheme or being able to manage the rotation of the screen automatically even when you are viewing the desktop. In addition, there is also a Reading Mode that is quite good to reduce eyestrain. You will also find everything you need to configure the refresh rate (which we will talk about later), and we have found it as curious as it is effective that it includes a specific section for everything that has to do with brightness management, where we recommend activating the Daytime Mode that improves operation to a certain extent by recognizing the brightness of the environment -which comes really well with this Redmi Note 10 5G-.

Panel frequency, meet smoothly

The possibilities are what is expected of a phone like this, since you can go up to 90 Hz if you want. In the configuration there are two options to choose from, where if you select the highest, a dynamic work is carried out when establishing the frequency to use. With steps that go for example at 30, 50, 60 and 90 Hz. The choice made by the default device has seemed quite successful, so in principle we believe that it is better not to use the lowest possibility. In addition, we have found the way in which it is recognized in the application that you have open very positive, since the change between using the Internet browser or a game is done very quickly and effectively (and this also has positive effects in what has to do with battery consumption).

Redmi Note 10 5G screen opinion

Well, we have to say that we expected a little more from the Redmi Note 10 5G screen. It is true that the operation is not bad, since we have not found any erratic section, and that it also has quite positive details such as a contrast that reaches 1500: 1 without problems (which allows a wide spectrum at the time of displaying images on the screen), but it also has some buts such as an automatic brightness management that can be clearly improved under certain conditions. In short, you will not be disappointed with this terminal, that is the truth.

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