Redmi 10

Redmi 10

The MediaTek G88 chip is actually the same as the G80 or G85 in Redmi 10. It’s more or less the same as a little extra power on the GPU. The test we did recorded a score of 209,778 on AnTuTu and a score of 365/1112 on Geekbench 5. AnTuTu is a Lite version because that’s all the larat device to run.

Playing Asphalt 9 is the only first that can be recommended. Because only on the menu there is a slight time delay and the play session will provide an acceptable experience. Attempting to run a heavier primer will make the gadget overheat and time lag extremely severe. So, if you are stubborn and still want to play – play at the lower settings recommended. The 6GB RAM variation probably won’t have this problem.
Audio

While the Redmi 10 is a basic class device. It still has fairly balanced stereo speakers compared to the Realme Narzo 30A or Infinix Hot 10S with mono speakers. The audio quality is not the best, with 100% levels starting to have an unpleasant effect and only around 60-70 percent only the best settings. Even so, it’s a bit slow.

But a balanced audio offering is enough to listen to friends, teachers, employers talk during teleconferencing sessions or simply alone watching videos and listening to music. If these speakers aren’t satisfactory, just buy an audio accessory like TWS for a more immersive listening experience.

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Telephones And GPS

Yes, as you and we expect – most MIUI devices at this price will have serious network problems. It’s not very friendly, even though our 4G area is stable. It’s a little slow and sometimes as if disconnected. Sometimes it is forgivable because there is fast WiFi, but even WiFi is sometimes successfully connected without access to the Internet. Not sure of the issue on the modem or MIUI.

Phone calls are fortunately good enough and adequate along with acceptable GPS which is quite fast location lock and no problem in the intricacies of directions on Google Maps. For the long haul it is difficult for us to determine whether it will be problematic or not.

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Black Shark 4 Conclusion

Black Shark 4 Conclusion

The Black Shark 4 conclusion after doing in depth review. I can honestly say that this Black Shark 4 is one of the smart devices with the best gaming focus in terms of specs, functionality and price offering. True, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 -powered device is the device with the best specs and performance on the market, but after using several such CPU -powered devices, I can say there is still no brand that can maximize the potential of this CPU and maintain low temperatures.

The Black Shark 4 has bet to use the Snapdragon 870 and managed to show that it is powerful enough to power all sorts of new and modern firsts without having to spend RM4000-RM5000 for a smart gaming gadget.

Not that alone, Black Shark is aware that they have many loyal followers, and because of this, have designed Black Shark 4 by making sure that all their old accessories can be used on this new device without any problems.

In my opinion, if you are new to the Black Shark ecosystem; I recommend you get the Fun Shark Cooler for the most comfortable long-term gaming experience. The main drawback here is that it will add weight to your device; but I can say it is a long-term investment, especially since it can also be used with other devices without any problems.

Pro

Affordable price for a smart gaming class device
The performance of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 is not inferior to the Snapdragon 888
Physical shortcut buttons that are not mere gimmicks
The fast 67W Hyper Charge charges the device
Full accessory support from previous generations

Also Read: Black Shark 4 Experience

Cons

Ordinary design
Dim side speakers when hand -covered when used in horizontal mode
4500mAH battery
There are still not many apps that support the 144Hz refresh rate
Cannot add storage amount

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Redmi Note 9S Battery

Redmi Note 9S Battery

Just listen to the Note device, surely the Redmi Note 9S battery is an important thing we want to know. The Redmi Note 9S has a 5020mAh battery. From the beginning of use until the end I tested this device, it has a very satisfactory battery. This is probably because I don’t play any of the first and only use it as a video viewing tool, social media server and WhatsApp.

The Redmi Note 9S has no long -term battery life issues. I managed to get the screen life time (SOT) to reach over 14 hours with 2єttery balance. This is for the use of HBO Go Malaysia, social media sites, WhatsApp and cameras. Then, I got SOT for 12 hours 15 minutes with 16єttery balance. Usage is still the same, but this time using data compared to before using WiFi.

Lastly, there is also the use of data. Only this time the video streaming app I used was Netflix. I only received 9 hours of SOT only. That was great and gladdened my heart. No problem using this device for dua day, and only charges the device on the second day only.

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Battery

The greatness of this battery, there is a drawback. This Redmi gadget does not have a fast charging system like competitors. The Redmi only includes an 18W fast charging system. Charging is via USB-A to USB-C instead of USB-C to USB-C. For a 5020mAh battery, it takes 2 hours to fully charge. But, it was worth the wait.

Based on the experience of using Redmi or Xiaomi devices, 4GB of RAM is indeed unsatisfactory and not enough. If the Redmi uses 6GB of RAM and above, I’m sure the performance will have a much better score. In fact, loading problems will not occur either.

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Redmi Note 9S Features

Redmi Note 9S Features

The Redmi Note 9S features in the interface is as follows:

Turbo Games – Since the existence of gaming devices, the first focusing function has been included on many devices. Of course Redmi is not left behind. This function allows users to play first with full notification controls, reduce RAM usage and more.

Google Discover – Previously, MIUI used a special space to display various quick access or standalone widgets. Most recently, they have been using Google Discover, which is the same on both the Pixel Launcher and many other native Android -based devices.

Mi Share – If Apple has AirDrop, Samsung has Quick Share, MIUI has Mi Share, Fast file sharing between Xiaomi and Redmi devices via WiFi or short -range radio frequencies.

Quick Ball – Like the accessibility mode on iOS, it is a floating button for quick access to various apps or settings. It simplifies the use of the device on one hand or is ideal for those not yet ready to use full gesture control.

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Redmi Note 9S Features

Quick Replies-MIUI smart function, to reply to SMS, WhatsApp messages; or other messaging applications when the device is in a horizontal state. It will display a special window to do two jobs simultaneously such as playing permu/watching videos while replying to messages.

Second Space – I allows the user to create a new section on the device. If having a small child or lover and don’t want secrets or work revealed or disrupted; this new section has limited access compared to the main section. Some apps are accessible, some are not. If the same application is accessed it has separate data.

While still having its own gadget launcher, heavy themes and a variety of Xiaomi apps installed – MIUI 11 tries its best to probably offer usability that is close to native Android usage.

Most disappointing is, MIUI 11 still has a lot of ads built into their system. If installing an APK file, there will be ads displayed.

Redmi Note 9S Design

Redmi Note 9S Design

The Redmi Note 9S design is similar Redmi Note 9 Pro for the local market. The device uses a plastic frame, Gorilla Glass for protection on the front and back. The design of the Redmi Note 9S is very different from the design format of the previous Redmi Note device. The first is the front, the perforated screen design is different and gives a wider screen-to-body ratio. The chin, although a little thick – but does not interfere with the experience of use. The selfie camera is a bit distracted, as it doesn’t sink black when the device is locked. It has light reflection and a clearly visible camera lens.

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Panel

The back panel, is very smooth and easy to catch fingerprint dirt. The Redmi logo is clearly visible at the bottom center. The thing that makes this device even more prominent is the relatively thick camera bulge. Redmi gadget uses a rectangular module design to be consistent with current trends. Yet this high bulge does not protect the device well. The device will tip over if placed on a flat surface and the camera lens is easily scratched. A protective frame is mandatory, but not included. Because what the Redmi includes is a regular silicone type that doesn’t protect the device so well.

At the top are a microphone hole and an infrared sensor. Below is the speaker lattice, another microphone hole, a USB-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack port. On the right side is the location of the volume up button and the power button which also serves as a fingerprint scanner. On the left side there is only a SIM card slot which also has a microSD card slot. The color of this review unit I used was Interstellar Gray, which is a bit bluish. It’s beautiful, sexy, shiny and looks modern.

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Mi Note 10 Lite Conclusion

Mi Note 10 Lite Conclusion

The Mi Note 10 Lite conclusion is very good, at Amanz we believe middle class devices are the most competitive segment and provide the best value with every dollar spent. The device comes with only the necessary functions and this makes the selling price more controlled than the flagship class devices.

But Xiaomi’s era of winning the affordable middle -class device category may be over. The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite is priced at RM1599 which makes it less affordable than the devices that Redmi released. But we see this Mi Note 10 Lite as a cheaper alternative to the Mi Note 10 Pro which is sold at a price starting from RM2099 each.

At the same time it is equipped with a fairly powerful 8nm Snapdragon 730G processor. Other mid -range devices on the market are equipped with 12nm MediaTek G90T and 11nm Snapdragon 665 chips which are not in the same class. That is why these devices can be offered at a cheaper price. Examples are the Vivo Y50 (Snapdragon 665) which is priced at RM1099 and the Realme 6i (MediaTek G90T) which is priced at RM1199.

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Compare

Therefore, the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite is more suitable compared to the Oppo Reno 2; and Samsung Galaxy A71 which are priced at RM1999 and RM1799 respectively. All three devices use Snapdragon 730/730G chips.

Then answer the question we posed in the first paragraph. Is the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite worth it? The simple answer is yes. The longer answer is yes because it offers a good combination of processing power; is able to run high -graphics graphics smoothly and best battery life in its class.

Battery

With a 5260 mAh battery, it’s no surprise that the Mi Note 10 Lite has excellent operating times. On moderate use, it can operate for almost 27 hours with the screen installed over 11 hours. If heavier use is done, the device is capable of operating for up to 16 hours; with the screen installed for almost 13 hours. Both are excellent use lives for modern devices. When the battery is exhausted, the Xiaomi gadget can be fully charged in about 90 minutes. The fastest charging power supported is 30W and this is the charger that comes with every purchase. For large batteries, this charging time is forgivable.

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Xiaomi Four Main Cameras

Xiaomi Four Main Cameras

The Xiaomi four main cameras combine 64+8+2+5 Megapixel sensors. The 64MP main sensor is matched with a wide -angle lens, 8MP with an ultra -wide lens, 2MP with a macro lens and 5MP with a depth sensor. On the front, a 16-Megapixel sensor is used and placed in a small notch. Unlike the Mi Note 10 Pro, the Mi Note 10 Lite does not come with an optical zoom system and a smaller main sensor. Users should be satisfied with the digital zoom system only on this device.

The MIUI 11 camera software comes with additional functions such as Panorama. Pro, night mode, Portrait and take pictures at 64MP resolution. It also comes with Google Lens integration which is very useful in a world that requires scanning a QR code every day in Malaysia. You can choose to take pictures with a ratio of 16: 9, 4: 3. 1: 1 or full screen.

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App

The camera app also has artificial intelligence support introduced by Xiaomi a few years ago. Personally, the camera software used is easy to use and understand with various functions with user -accessible panta.

Despite being equip with a Snapdragon 730G processor, we were disappoint the camera app work a bit slow. The process of taking pictures continuously cannot done quickly. The supported Burst mode isn’t as smooth as we found on other mid -range devices. This process becomes slower if the artificial intelligence and HDR modes are activate.

While we understand Xiaomi is placing ads to reduce the price of the device, we personally it is actually having a negative impact on the gadget user experience to the point of creating a feeling of rubbish. The good news we can convey is that the Mi Note 10 Lite has been confirm to receive MIUI 12 in the near future and Xiaomi has already promised to reduce ads on their latest launcher. We can only hope that the promise will be fulfill in the future.

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Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite Brief Review

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite Brief Review

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite Brief Review – The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite was launched in Malaysia a month ago and it is a more affordable model than the Mi Note 10 Pro which was launched in November last year. Typically Lite version devices will be launched with lower specifications thus giving the stigma it is not worth owning.

But in the case of the Mi Note 10 Lite, the difference is only made on the camera’s capabilities. The 108-Megapixel sensor is replaced with a 64-Megapixel sensor. Through this review, we try to answer the question of whether this Lite device is a good alternative to the Note 10 Pro or you better spend more for other devices in the market.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite is a Mi Note 10 Pro that changed its camera specifications only. It still uses a 6.47 ″ AMOLED screen with FHD+resolution. It simply supports a 60Hz refresh rate which is now considered outdated in 2020. The screen used is equipped with a built -in optical fingerprint scanner and HDR display support. Both sides of the screen are curved which makes it look successful.

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Dual Curved

For those who have ever used a Xiaomi gadget with a dual-curved screen, you will have no problem using the Mi Note 10 Lite. The palm rejection software used is good and no problem it confirms the touch accidentally. However, the curve of the screen makes the device very smooth in the hand.

The dual-curve screen isn’t a new technology but we noticed on the Mi Note 10 Lite, the color-shifting effect is quite noticeable on the curved parts. It is especially noticeable on applications with a white background. On the curved part of the screen displays green instead of white. A simple solution to this issue is to use a dark theme. The size of the bezel is modest and does not interfere with the use of the device. It’s comparable to what can be seen on the iPhone 11.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro General Performance

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro General Performance

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro General Performance – Phone calls on this device are really good. The recipient will say the voice is so clear, no hissing or interference. Making the phone call experience comfortable and not a problem if there are important phone calls that take a long time. Mobile data is also no problem, in areas that are frequently intermittent H+ to 4G, devices have no problem to maintain the 4G network always.

GPS is also surprisingly this device is able to lock the location well and very fast. We tested on Google Maps only, where the journey from Kuala Lumpur to Seremban displays the intricacies that are easy to see, no network problems and will make the journey smoother.

Battery

5000mAh is a fairly large battery capacity for a flagship gadget. This makes the size of the device a little thicker and heavier. But thankfully this large battery size is not a gimmick and is capable of providing a fairly long lifespan. As always, in the Amanz lab we will turn on almost all network -related settings. This is because it will make our task easier. For simple regular daily use-it is capable of providing a durability of around 6-7 hours SOT for a 144Hz screen.

Clearly here, AdaptiveSync helps optimize the use of screen refresh rate very well. Although it is difficult to tell when this customizable mode is first set, but if you look for it there is clearly a difference. But if use the device as usual, it is not a problem and will always feel smooth.

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Audio

The mi speakers used are stereo type. One on the bottom and another on the earpiece side. In the absence of a 3.5mm audio jack port, the stereo speakers are excellent for short -term use. What we didn’t like about the speakers of this device was, it wasn’t loud and loud enough. Although it is set to the maximum volume, it is normal.

The audio quality is excellent, which is not at a disappointing level. It’s more flat and not so focused on bass. Listening to 2-3 music is enough or watching a short video will make you feel satisfied. To watch movies, it is better to use TWS or other audio accessories for a more satisfying experience.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Benchmark

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Benchmark

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Benchmark – The benchmark score for this device is what you see in a Snapdragon 865 -powered device with 8GB of RAM memory. We use AnTuTu, Geekbench and also Don’t Kill My App. No surprising scores either, but memory management and background apps are the most disappointing.

Don’t Kill My App is a benchmark test to identify whether a Xiaomi gadget has memory management problems or not. More specifically, it is to test the ability of applications running in the background. If its value is close to 100%, it means it has good memory management and there should be no problems in handling applications running in the background. This device only received a score of 44%. This makes this device have a problem if you want to reopen the application. Reopened applications will reload frequently.

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AnTuTu

The AnTuTu score is 577,190 which is the score we really expected for a device like this. The Geekbench score was 908 for a single core and 3,272 for a multi-core. The Geekbench score looks quite high and great.

First play is also completely no problem, as it allows this device to play first at the highest setting. COD Mobile or PUBG Mobile are all very good. The graphics are well displayed and provide a more immersive gaming experience. PUBG Mobile also supports interesting vibration non -response while playing. The first play problem on this device is not on the time lag, but the heating issue. This device has problems from controlling the temperature, which makes the use of this device limited if it starts to heat up.

Thankfully, the heat issue on this Xiaomi device is not so serious and it will start to cool back in no time. Overall, the biggest issue on the performance of the device is from the temperature alone and others will give a very good experience.