The Redmi 10s box comes in white with the Mi logo. On the top right, the visuals of the phone in the middle and Redmi 10 down below, Then you will find the color variant, RAM and storage specs at the side below the box. Opening the box cover. There will be a smaller white box where you will find the SIM ejector pin on the outside the user guide and the soft clear phone case. Then you will find the phone itself Underneath there is the USB A to USB C cable and the 22.5 watt fast charging brick. Now, looking at the build quality of the phone right out of the box, the phone immediately reminded me of the Poco F3, where this Pebble White color looked identical to the Poco F3s Arctic White, finish, which I absolutely loved, and it also comes in Carbon Gray and Sea, Blue as well. The camera arrays are towards the top left, where the design was very reminiscent of the Poco X3 GT of the squared kind of camera bump with a medium size. So it will wobble just a bit when you place it on a surface when it is pressed towards the middle of the screen. The sides are also really nice with a matte silver finish, which I prefer than a typical glossy finish, so that was another huge plus. As well Then, looking at the ports and buttons other than the USB C down below, you will find one of the two dual speaker grills over there On the right.

There are the volume rockers and the side power button, which also acts as a fingerprint sensor. This side, fingerprint sensor button, is not too deep, like the Xiaomi 10T Pro in terms of the concave style, and it is not too outside like what you see in the POCO F3. But overall it did feel very nice on the hands, but when it comes to unlocking the device, it seems to be just a tad bit slower than usual. So hopefully there is a software update that could help with that. Next, on the left, there is the SIM and the microSD card slot, which can suport up to 512 GB and then on top there is the headphones jack, the second speaker, grill and keeping it consistent. There is the IR Blaster as well. So, overall, the phone was indeed very slick and light, and during my first impressions I will give this phone an A for the overall design build and how the phone feels in my hands, since it does check all the right boxes for smartphones within this range. Now, looking at the display, the phone has a 6.5 inch IPS LCD DotDisplay, with a resolution of 1080 x, 2400 pixels and upon turning on the phones screen. I already felt that IPS LCD screens on Redmi and Poco phones are really improving, Because it seems like the days that IPS LCD screens being … horrible … is not the case anymore. The display refresh rate can be adjusted up to 90Hz and whats.

Extra neat is that it has the AdaptiveSync display where it will adjust it. According to your usage between 45, 60 and 90 hertz, which in return would give you a better battery life as well, The camera hole punch is in the middle, hence the name DotDisplay. But for me I do prefer that the hole punch was not that big, but you will get used to it as usual. Watching YouTube. Videos were great on the phone and then watching video was really nice on Netflix, since it is Widevine L1 Full HD, playback compatible. Now, in terms of the cameras, the main rear camera is a 50 megapixel, f, 1.8 aperture, an 8 megapixel, f, 2.2 ultra wide angle, lens a 2 megapixel, f, 2.4 macro lens and a 2 megapixel f 2.4 depth sensor. Then, as for the front camera, it comes with an 8 megapixel, f 2.0 camera Based on my quick test shots the front camera pictures were really great both for the regular and the portrait selfie as well, which was nice to know So was the rear, main camera And the ultrawide lenses as well, which, of course I am looking to test out these features, especially all of the cameras in my full video review, so subscribe to Adam Lobo TV in case you havent done so As for the video the rear camera maxes out at 1080P up to 30 fps, and so was the front camera as well, While both video qualities for the front and the rear was great, but the image stabilization seems to be not the best trait Next, looking at the specs of the phone, it comes with MediaTek G88.

The first smartphone to launch globally to have this chipset and it also comes equipped with the Mali, G52 MC2 GPU And the variant that I have is the 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of storage, where there is also the higher 6 gigabytes of RAM and A bigger 128 gigabytes of storage variants as well Then, as for battery the phone comes with 5000 milliamps of battery, which I am predicting. The battery life on the phone would be great because, as mentioned earlier, I really think that the adaptive sync display would definitely save a lot of battery, so lets see how it performs during my further daily usage And the phone has fast charging up to 18 watts. Where the box comes with a 22.5 watt charger instead and whats cool is, there is also a 9 watts, reverse wired charging, which was quite interesting. Indeed, In terms of software, the phone comes pre installed with MIUI 12.5.1, which well see how the software performs on this Redmi 10 And as of the recording of this video, there is no official price for the phone that have been announced here in Malaysia, so stay Tuned for that, because either I will update at the pinned comment down below or Ill. Let you guys know in my full video review so stay tuned. So guys with this, do let me know what specifically you would like to know about the Redmi 10 down at the comment section below and either I will reply to your comments directly down there or I might be answering them directly when I do a full video Review of the phone Aside from that, thank you so much for watching Hope.

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