Redmi Phone Price in Sri Lanka – 11 Phones You Need to Know

Xiaomi is a brand that promises quality on a budget. You don’t have to be a phone expert like myself to see that Xiaomi’s Redmi line is its best.

I’ve run through all the Redmi handsets you can buy right now. What’s stopping you from reading ahead and figuring out Redmi phone price in Sri Lanka.

The Phones- At a Glance

Before we get to the phones, I thought about summarize them below.

Model Display Dimensions Weight RAM ROM Battery OS Processor
 Redmi Note 5
(Redmi 5 Plus)
 5.99 inches IPS LCD 1080 x 2160 pixels 158.5 mm x 75.5 mm x 8.1 mm   180 grams 3,4 GB  32,64 GB   4,000 mAh Android 7.1.2  Snapdragon 625
 Redmi 8A  6.22 inches IPS LCD 720 x 1520 pixels  156.5 mm x 75.4 mm x 9.4 mm  188 grams  2,3,4 GB  32,64 GB 5,000 mAh  Android 9  Snapdragon 439
 Redmi 9A  6.53 inches IPS LCD 720 x 1600 pixels  164.9 mm x 77.1 mm x 9 mm  196 grams 2,3,4,6 GB   32,64,128 GB  5,000 mAh Android 10  MediaTek Helio G25
 Redmi 9C  6.53 inches IPS LCD 1600 x 720 pixels  164.9 mm x 77 mm x 9 mm 196 grams  2,3,4 GB   32, 64 GB  5,000 mAh Android 10  MediaTek Helio G35
 Redmi 9  6.63 inch IPS LCD 1080 x 2340 pixels 163.3 mm x 77 mm x 9.1 mm  198 grams  3,4,6 GB  32,64,128 GB  5,020 mAh  Android 10  Mediatek Helio G80
 Redmi 9T 6.53 inches IPS LCD 1080 x 2340 pixels  162.3 mm x 77.3 mm x 9.6 mm   198 grams 4,6 GB   64,128 GB  6,000 mAh Android 10  Snapdragon 662
 Redmi Note 8  6.53 inches IPS LCD 1080 x 2340 pixels 161.4 mm x 76.4 mmx 8.8 mm  200 grams   6,8 GB  64,128,256 GB  4,500 mAh Android 9  Helio G90T
 Redmi Note 9  6.53 inches IPS LCD 1080 x 2340 pixels 162.3 mm x 77.2 mm x 8.9 mm  199 grams  3,4,6 GB 64,128 GB  5020 mAh  Android 10  MediaTek Helio G85
 Redmi Note 9 Pro  6.67 inches IPS LCD 1080 x 2400 pixels  165.8 mm x 76.7 mm x 8.8 mm  209 grams  6,8 GB 64,128 GB  5020 mAh  Android 10  Snapdragon 720G
 Redmi Note 10 6.43 inch Super AMOLED 1080 x 2400 pixels   160.5 mm x 74.5 mm x 8.3 mm 178.8 grams   4,6 GB  64,128 GB 5,000 mAh  Android 11  Snapdragon 678
Redmi Note 10 Pro  6.67 inch AMOLED 1080 x 2400 pixels   164 mm x 76.5 mm x 8.1 mm  183 grams 6,8 GB  64,128 GB   5,000 mAh Android 11  Snapdragon 732G

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Budget

Redmi Note 5

Rs.21,900
Redmi Note 5 - Sri Lanka

It was released in 2018. You’re looking at a phone made out of aluminum and plastic. Although it’s affordable, the aluminum and plastic build make it feel rich. This is especially true as it’s sleek. The following are its dimensions, 158.5 mm x 75.5 mm x 8.1 mm.

You can purchase it in quite a few colors. The options available are Black, Gold, Blue and Rose Gold. I’m the biggest fan of the blue variant. How often do you see baby blue mobiles?

You’re looking at a handset that has a bit of weight. When it comes to phones, this is good. The more weight a mobile has, the more premium it would feel.

Its screen stretches 5.99 inches across. If you have small hands, holding it might be tough. Speaking of holding it, the Note 5 has sides that were curved well; the device is very ergonomic.

Looking across its sides, you’ll notice a 3.5 mm headphone jack and microSD slot.

There’s an IPS LCD panel on its almost 6-inch display. If you’re not aware, IPS LCDs aren’t very vibrant. But you can’t be mad about its presence as the handset is very affordable.

Its screen is quite sharp. How do you feel about a 1080 x 2160 pixel resolution? There’s also not much bezel action going on. The handset has a 77.4% screen-to-body ratio.

Out of the box, it runs Android 7.1.2. You’ll be able to upgrade it to Android 10. Unfortunately, an Android 11 upgrade is not possible.

The processor inside is much better than anything you’d expect for the its price. Xiaomi placed the Snapdragon 625. What also helps its insides be snappy is the RAM it comes with. You can purchase the Note with either 3 or 4 GB of memory.

In the ROM department, the mobile is impressive. You’ll be able to pick it up with either 32 or 64 GB of space. As mentioned, it comes with a microSD slot. The sky’s the limit when it comes to the ROM you could have.

Xiaomi placed a 4000 mAh battery inside. You can expect its insides to fully drain in around a day. As its back is aluminum, you won’t be able to remove its battery.

Considering the Note 5 is so affordable, it shouldn’t surprise you that it doesn’t come with fast charging. The unit makes use of a 10 W regular charger. It would take over 2 hours for its battery to fully charge. Along with the lack of fast charging, one of the reasons it takes so long to charge is because of the micro USB port present. It’s considered dated these days.

Let’s talk about its front and back cameras. There is a single shooter on its rear. It consists of a 12 MP sensor. As you can imagine, the pictures taken aren’t the best quality. This is especially true in low-light.

On its front, a single shooter is present. It is a 5 MP lens.

Redmi 8A

Rs.22,000
Redmi 8A - Sri Lanka

It was released towards the end of 2019. From all the entries on our list, it’s one of the thickest. Its dimensions are 156.5 mm x 75.4 mm x 9.4 mm. It has some good weight, though. It is 188 grams.

You’re looking at a phone made out of plastic. Unlike some of the Redmi phones on our list, the plastic on its body doesn’t look or feel rich. If it’s any consolation, its rear has a water repellent coating.

How big of a mobile are you looking at? Its screen stretches 6.22 inches across. There’s some very durable glass on its front; Xiaomi placed Gorilla Glass 5. Unfortunately, the company hasn’t given its front a water repellant coating too.

The panel on its display is IPS LCD. For such an affordable phone, you’ll love that there’s not much bezel action going on. Its screen-to-body ratio is 81.8%. Its pixel resolution is not impressive – it’s 1520 x 720 pixels. You’d notice blurriness

You’re met with Android 9 out of the box. Know that you can upgrade its insides to Android 10. There is sadly no news of an Android 11 upgrade.

If you’re planning on doing some graphic extensive gaming, you’ll be disappointed. It comes with a Snapdragon 439 chip – it’s rather basic.

The memory and storage options you can pick it up in are not bad. The phone’s available in either 32 or 64 GB of space, and 2,3 or 4 GB of RAM. If I didn’t mention it earlier, the mobile has a microSD slot – you’d be able to expand its ROM to almost double.

There’s a 5000 mAh battery housed. Considering how thick the 8A is, you can expect a larger battery. The Redmi would fully drain in around a day. Although its rear is plastic, you won’t be able to snap it and remove its battery.

To charge the device, you’ll be using 18 W fast charging. It’ll go from 0-100% in around 2 hours. You won’t be plugging the cable into a micro-USB port. You’ll be getting a USB-C entry. As the handset is so cheap, don’t expect reverse or wireless charging. Even the more expensive entries on my list don’t have both wireless and reverse charging.

There are three colors you can pick it up in. They are; black, blue and red. The red variant would catch eyes the most.

How does it do in the camera department?

Well:

There are single shooters on both its front and rear cameras. Its rear consists of a 12 MP wide lens while there is an 8 MP sensor on its front. As you can imagine, they don’t take the most vibrant shots. This would especially be true in dim-lit settings.

Redmi 9A

Rs.20,900
Redmi 9A - Sri Lanka

The 9A is rather new. It was released towards the end of 2020.

It’s not the thinnest. Its dimensions are 164.9 mm x 77.1 mm x 9 mm. It’s got some great weight, which is a plus. It comes in at 196 grams.

You can purchase the mobile in three different colors; green, blue and grey. Sadly, the device wasn’t made from aluminum. You’re getting a plastic build.

It has a microSD slot. You’ll be glad that it has a 3.5 mm headphone jack too.

The 9A has a screen that stretches 6.53 inches across. Like the entry above, you’ll be met with an IPS LCD panel. For the size of its screen, its 720 x 1600 pixels resolution doesn’t cut it.

There’s thankfully not much bezel action going on. You’ll be met with a 81% screen-to-body ratio.

As the 9A was released in 2020, it comes with Android 10 out of the box. You’ll also be able to upgrade it to Android 11.

Now:

The chipset housed is the Helios G25; it’s not the best. Here’s how it compares against the Snapdragon 625.

The storage options available are 32, 64 or 128 GB of space, and the RAM you can buy it with is 2,3,4 or 6 gigs. If you’re planning on playing extensive games, any of the memory options that isn’t 2 gigs would do.

As mentioned, the device comes with a microSD slot. You’ll be able to double its storage.

Let’s talk about its battery. A 5000 mAh unit is inside. You can expect the battery to last around a day. There are superb battery modes that let you prolong it longer. Sadly, the battery is non removable. You’ll have to use a 10 W regular charger on it. The Redmi device takes over 2 hours to fully charge.

The 10 W regular charger would have to be placed inside of its micro-USB port.

Camera-wise, there are single shooters on its front and back set-ups. The camera on its rear is a 13 MP wide lens. It doesn’t take the most color accurate or vibrant shots. It’s especially bad in dim-settings. When shooting in dim environments, there is a bright LED flash to make use of.

The sensor on its front is a 5 MP wide lens.

Redmi 9C

Rs.23,900 – Rs.26,900
Redmi 9C - Sri Lanka

The 9C is a new mobile. It was released towards mid-2020.

It’s pretty big. You’re looking at a handset with a 6.53-inch screen. As it’s so big, holding it if you have small hands would be difficult.

It’s not the slimmest – the following are its dimensions, 164.9 mm x 77 mm x 9 mm. The device has more than decent weight; it comes in at 196 grams.

You can purchase it in some great colors. The ones available are; grey, orange and blue. How often do you see orange mobiles?

Considering it’s not very pricey, it shouldn’t surprise you that the 9C rocks an IPS LCD screen. It reaches 400 typ nits. This is bright enough to adequately use outdoors.

As its display is so big, I don’t think its pixel resolution cuts it; it’s 1600 x 720 pixels. You’ll easily be able to notice blurriness.

There’s thankfully not much bezel action going on. Similar to the 9A, you’re met with an 81.1% screen-to-body ratio.

Out of the box, the mobile runs Android 10. If you’re wondering whether an Android 11 upgrade would be possible, the answer is no.

The chipset inside is the Helio G35. It’s more powerful than the Helio G25 in the 9A. What’s great is that the mobile comes with a lot of RAM and ROM. Xiaomi made it available with 32 or 64 GB of space, and 2,3 or 4 GB of RAM.  

Speaking of storage, expanding its ROM would be possible.

If you’re serious about gaming, purchase the 9C with the 3 or 4 gigs of memory. The 2 GB variant might cause apps to force-close.

Its build is thick. You’d expect a large battery to be housed. You won’t be disappointed – Xiaomi placed a 5000 mAh unit inside of it. Just know that it’s non removable.

You’re not getting fast charging. You’ll have to use 10 W regular charger. It’ll sadly have to be plugged inside of a micro-USB port. Remember how we said MicroUSBs are dated these days? The device will take around 3 hours to fully charge.

Once fully charged, you can expect its battery to last around a day.

I’m not a fan of its front and back cameras – they don’t take quality shots. There’s a triple set-up on its rear. It consists of a primary 13 MP wide lens, a secondary 2 MP macro lens, and a tertiary 2 MP depth sensor. There’s a bright LED flash to use in dim-lit settings.

On its selfie camera, a 5 MP wide lens is present.

Redmi 9

Rs.27,500 – Rs.30,900
Redmi 9 - Sri Lanka

It was released in the middle of 2020. It’s a familiar size; you’re looking at a 6.53-inch unit. The following are its dimensions, 163.3 mm x 77 mm x 9.1 mm, so it’s thick. It rocks a full plastic body. However, the plastic on it feels and looks rich.

I’m a fan of its weight; the Redmi 9 is 198 grams. I’m also a fan of the colors you can choose it from. The following are available; grey, purple, green, and pink/blue. Without a doubt, the purple option looks the most expensive.

On its 6.53-inch display, an IPS LCD panel was placed. It is 400 typ nits. Although Gorilla Glass isn’t on its rear, Gorilla Glass 3 is on its front. The device has the best screen-to-body ratio so far; it is 83.2%.

Even if you look closely, you won’t be able to notice any pixilation. The mobile has a 1080 x 2340-pixel resolution.

The OS available is Android 10. There is currently no news of an Android 11 upgrade. The processor inside of it is the Helio G80; it’s a mid-range chipset that’ll handle everyday tasks easily. What helps its insides be so snappy is the RAM and ROM you’ll be getting. The device can be bought with either 32, 64 or 128 GB of space and 3,4 or 6 GB of RAM.

If you’re expecting a microSD slot, you won’t be disappointed.

The battery inside of it is 5020 mAh. With a full charge, expect the Redmi 9 to last around a day. To charge it, you’ll be using an 18 W fast charger. The Redmi will go from 0-100% in around 2 hours. The charger would have to be placed inside of a USB-C port.

As you can imagine, its battery is non-removable.

The device has a pretty decent camera set-up. Its rear camera set-up consists 4 sensors. They are a primary 13 MP wide lens, a secondary 8 MP ultrawide sensor, a tertiary 5 MP macro lens and a fourth 2 MP depth sensor. A bright LED flash is present too.

On its front camera, there is a single 5 MP wide shooter.

Redmi 9T

Rs.33,900 – Rs.36,900
Redmi 9T - Sri Lanka

Like the entry above, the 9T has a plastic body that looks and feels expensive. What helps it feel so good is also its super ergonomic build.

You’re looking at a very thick phone. The following are its dimensions, 162.3 mm x 77.3 mm x 9.6 mm.

The 9T is another unit with a 6.53-inch display. The panel on its front is something you’re familiar with; IPS LCD. Just like the Redmi 9, its display is 400 typ nits.

Did we mention how much it weighs? It comes in at 198 grams. The glass on its front would be able to handle scruffs. It’s Gorilla Glass 3.

There’s not much bezel action going on. This is because the mobile has an 83.4% screen-to-body ratio. You’ll be watching movies on a sharp screen. Its pixel resolution is 1080 x 2340 pixels.

Xiaomi advertises that its screen has a special water repellent coating.

The device was released in 2021. You’d expect it to come with Android 11 out of the box, but this won’t be the case – it runs Android 10.

Xiaomi placed the Snapdragon 662 inside of it. The processor is a more than a decent mid-range chip.  Here’s how it stands against the Helio G80 mentioned earlier.

How much RAM and ROM can you buy it with? You can choose from 64 or 128 GB of space and 4 or 6 GB of RAM. Yes, there is a microSD slot. The Redmi comes with a 3.5 mm headphone jack too.

A massive 6,000 mAh battery is housed. This explains why the 9T is so thick. I believe this is worth it – the 9T would be able to last well over a day. What’s great is that you’d be able to get it to last much longer with its battery saving modes, which is the cherry on top.

You’ll be using a 18 W fast charger. It would have to be plugged into its USB-C port. Expect the phone to go from 0-100% in an hour and a half.

I’m glad to say that you’d be getting reverse charging; it’s when you can use your phone as a power bank to charge others. Sadly, its insides don’t support wireless charging.

Let’s talk about its camera set-up. There are four sensors on its rear; a primary 48 MP wide lens, a secondary 8 MP ultrawide lens, a tertiary 2 MP macro lens and a fourth 2 MP depth sensor. The camera set-up takes good pictures even in low-light.

There’s a single 8 MP wide shooter on its front. Its selfie camera doesn’t come with bright LED flash like its back set-up.

Mid-Range

Redmi Note 8 Pro

Rs.45,000
Redmi Note 8 Pro - Sri Lanka

You’re looking at a phone that was released in 2019. It looks and feels like a million bucks. For one, it rocks a Gorilla Glass 5 build. What also helps the Note 8 Pro feel so expensive is how ergonomic its sides are.

I’m a fan of handsets with weight; they feel better built. The 8 Pro comes in at 200 grams. How thick is it? Its dimensions are 161.4 mm x 76.4 mm x 8.8 mm.

Looking across its sides, you’ll find a microSD slot. We’ll talk about its storage options in a bit.

From all the phones on the list, it can be chosen in the largest selection of colors. The options available are; Black, Red, Blue, White, Deep Sea Blue, Midnight Blue, Electric Blue, and Twilight Orange

Like the majority of entries so far. Its display stretches 6.53 inches across.  The panel on its front is something we’ve met time and time before too; IPS LCD.

You’ll be able to stream HDR content. The 8 Pro is HDR rated, which is a major plus. Its display is quite bright too. It’s 500 typ nits – glare would be dealt with.

Not only does the Note 8 Pro comes in the most colors, but it also has the least bezel action going on. Its screen-to-body ratio is 84.9%. The mobile has a pin-sharp resolution as well - its pixel resolution is 1080 x 2340 pixels.

Just like on its back, there is Gorilla Glass 5 on its front.

As the device was released in 2019, it’s no surprise that it doesn’t come with Android 10 or 11. It runs Android 9 out of the box. You can thankfully upgrade it to Android 10, though.

The processor housed is the Helio G90T. You’d be able to handle everyday tasks easily, and the chip can handle extensive gaming.

The Redmi can be purchased with either 64, 128 or 256 GB of space. In terms of RAM, 6 or 8 GB would be available. Although 256 GB of space is superb, don’t forget that it also comes with a microSD slot.

The Note 8 Pro is a huge phone. You’d expect it to have a massive battery, especially since it’s thick. There’s just a 4500 mAh unit inside. Expect the battery to last around half a day.

To charge it, you’ll be using an 18 W fast charger. The mobile would take a little over an hour and a half to fully charge. Sadly, reverse or wireless charging won’t be available. The 18 W fast charger would have to be placed inside of its USB-C port.

Camera-wise, it comes with a quad set-up on its rear. It consists of a 64 MP primary wide lens, a secondary 8 MP ultrawide shooter, a tertiary 2 MP macro lens and a 2 MP depth sensor. As you can imagine, you can take spectacular shots.

On its front, you’ll be met with a 20 MP wide lens.

Redmi Note 9 Pro

Rs.43,900  
Redmi Note 9 Pro - Sri Lanka

The device was released in 2020. It rocks a Gorilla Glass 5 build. There’s a special effect that makes the Note 9 look like its rear is metallic.

The unit is thick. The following are its dimensions, 165.8 mm x 76.7 mm x 8.8 mm. You’re looking at a handset with superb weight. It is 209 grams.

What colors can you pick it up in? green, grey and white. In my opinion, the green variant looks the best.

Xiaomi placed Gorilla Glass 5 on its front; it’s very tough. What’s also great is that there’s a water repellant coating.

Are you shopping for a big phone? The Note 9 is 6.67 inches. And its screen is IPS LCD. As you’re aware, this means that it’s not the most vibrant.

Its front is bright – it is 450 typ nits.

You’ll barely notice any bezel action going on. Its screen-to-body ratio is 84.5%. The handset’s screen resolution is 1080 x 2400 pixels, so there’ll barely be any pixilation as well.

The OS you’ll be met with is Android 10. If you’re wondering whether you get the Android 11 upgrade or not, the answer is that you will.

Xiaomi placed an impressive chipset inside the Redmi phone – the Snapdragon 720G; it would be able to handle graphic extensive gaming.

If you look around its sides, you’ll notice the presence of a microSD slot. Although the device lets you expand its storage, the ROM you can buy it with is excellent. It is available with 64 or 128 GB of ROM. In terms of RAM, you’d be able to pick it up with either 6 or 8 gigs of memory.

A 5020 mAh battery is inside. The Redmi phone will fully drain in around a day. Of course, excellent power saving modes to get it to last longer are present.

You’ll be met with a 30 W fast charging. The device takes an around an hour half and a half to charge.

There’s a quad camera set-up on its rear. It consists of a 64 MP primary wide lens, a secondary 8 MP ultrawide lens, a tertiary 5 MP macro lens and a 2 MP depth sensor. Shots taken would be great even in low-light.

On its front, a single 16 MP wide shooter is present.

Redmi Note 9S

Rs.38,900
Redmi Note 9S - Sri Lanka

It was released in 2020. It’s not the slimmest; its dimensions are as follows, 165.8 mm x 76.7 mm x 8.8 mm. Like the entry above, it weighs 209 grams.

It has a Gorilla Glass 5 build. The glass is also on its front. Speaking of its front, Xiaomi placed a water-repellant coating.

What colors can you pick it up in? The following are available; blue, white and grey.

You’re getting an IPS LCD panel on its display. What’s appreciated is that you’ll be able to stream HDR content – the handset is HDR10 rated. Its typ nits are 450, so glare would be combatted.

There’s not much bezel action going on. The Note has an 84.5% screen-to-body ratio. Its display is super sharp too. How do you feel about a 1080 x 2400-pixel resolution?

The handset runs Android 10 out of the box. You’ll be able to upgrade it to Android 11. The chipset inside is familiar – it’s the Snapdragon 720G we met above.

What RAM and ROM options can you buy it with? The Note 9s is available with 64 or 128 GB of space, and 6 or 8 GB of RAM. There’s a microSD slot so expanding its storage won’t be an issue.

Xiaomi once again placed a 5020 mAh battery inside a unit. The 9S will fully drain in around a day. To charge it, you’ll be using an 18 W fast charger. It would have to be placed inside of its USB-C port. The device fully charges in around an hour and a half.

Considering the phone’s price, you might be expecting reverse or wireless charging. If you’re expecting the two, get ready to be disappointed.

There is a quad camera set-up on its rear. It consists of a primary 48 MP wide lens, a secondary 8 MP ultrawide lens, a tertiary 5 MP macro lens and a fourth 2 MP depth sensor. Xiaomi’s a company that’s known to do cameras well. The Note 9s doesn’t disappoint, even in dim-lit environments.

On its front, a single 16 MP wide shooter is present.

Redmi Note 10

Rs.41,500 – Rs.44,900  
Redmi Note 10 - Sri Lanka

The device is not as big as the rest; its screen stretches 6.43 inches across. It’s thinner, though. The following are its dimensions, 160.5 mm x 74.5 mm x 8.3 mm.

You’re looking at a phone that has some decent weight. It comes in at 178.8 grams.

Are you clumsy? You’d love that the mobile is IP53 rated. It would be able to handle splashes and dust.

The Note 10 would feel rich in your hands. It rocks a glass build.

Looking across its sides, you’d find a microSD slot. We’ll discuss its storage options in a second.  

The device houses a Super AMOLED panel – colors would be very vibrant. The display is very bright too. It reaches 1100 max nits.

You’ll barely notice any bezel action going on. It has an 83.5% screen-to-body ratio. Its display is pretty sharp as well. You’ll be met with a 1080 x 2400-pixel resolution.

The phone was released in 2021. That’s why it comes with Android 11 out of the box. The presence of Android 11 is appreciated due to the number of impressive features it offers. The chipset housed is a great mid-ranger - the Snapdragon 678.

Xiaomi made the device available in a range of RAM and ROM options. It can be purchased with either 64 or 128 GB of space, and 4 or 6 GB of memory.

Housed inside is a 5000 mAh battery. If you’re expecting to remove it, know that you won’t be able to. The mobile’s battery fully drains in around a day. To charge it, you’ll be using a 33 W fast charger. The Note 10 would go from 0-60% in around half an hour.

Camera-wise, there are good front and back cameras. The rear set-up consists of a primary 48 MP wide lens, a secondary 8 MP ultrawide sensor, a tertiary 2 MP macro lens and a fourth 2 MP depth sensor. The set-up takes pictures that are great even in low-light.

On its front camera, there is a single 13 MP shooter. It is a wide lens.

Redmi Note 10 Pro

Rs.52,900 – Rs.55,900
Redmi Note 10 Pro - sri lanka

Like the Note 10, the 10 Pro is super new. Xiaomi released it in March 2021.

The following are its dimensions, 164 mm x 76.5 mm x 8.1 mm. The Note 10 Pro comes in at 193 grams.

Like many others, it has a Gorilla Glass 5 rear. The glass means that its back would be very durable. However, it’ll collect fingerprints.

How clumsy are you? Similar to its brother above, it has an IP53 rating.

What colors can you pick it up in? grey, blue and bronze. My favorite is the blue.

Holding it in your hands would be a breeze. The Note 10 Pro has sides that were curved well; some phones make your hands feel sore after a while.

Gorilla Glass 5 is also on its front. Have fun trying to scratch it.

The mobile houses an AMOLED panel – colours would be vibrant. Animations would be silky smooth too. The 10 Pro has a 120 Hz front.

We all know how bright it can get in Sri Lanka. You’ll easily be able to use the mobile outdoors. Its display can reach 1200 max nits. 500 is the gold standard which it’s way above.

Did I mention how big its screen is? It stretches 6.67 inches across. It’s not the mobile to own if you have small hands.

There’s barely any bezel action going on. Its screen-to-body ratio is an impressive 85.6%. Even if you look closely, you won’t be able to notice any pixilation. It comes with a 1080 x 2400-pixel resolution.

Out of the box, the OS you’ll be met with is Android 11. The chipset inside was made to handle extensive gaming. It’s the Snapdragon 732G.

Let’s talk about its ROM and RAM. You’ll be able to purchase the 10 Pro with either 64 or 128 GB of space. In terms of RAM, you’ll be able to get it with either 6 or 8 GB of memory. Yes, a microSD slot is present.

As its display is huge, you can expect a large battery. There’s a 5020 mAh unit housed. Expect the battery to fully die in around a day. As its body is glass, it shouldn’t surprise you that its battery is non removable.

You’ll have to plug a 33 W fast charger into its USB-C port. The Note 10 Pro takes around half an hour to go from 0-60%.

Considering the 10 Pro is not cheap, you might be expecting it to come with reverse or wireless charging. This sadly won’t be the case.

There are impressive front and back camera set-ups. The device’s back camera consists of a quad set-up; a 108 MP wide lens, an 8 MP ultrawide lens, a 5 MP macro lens, and a 2 MP depth sensor. The pictures taken would be color accurate and vibrant. Shots would be more than decent in dim-lit settings too.

What about its front camera? Xiaomi placed a single shooter - a 16 MP wide lens.

Final Thoughts

There are quite a few Redmi phones in Sri Lanka. What’s great is that they’re available in a range of prices. The Redmi Note 5 is very good. Although it’s one of the more affordable units on our list, it has a more than decent processor and can run Android 10.

From the pricier Redmi phones that we talked about, the Note 10 Pro is the best. It’s a phone that looks and feels like a million bucks, and it comes with a processor that would be able to handle graphic extensive gaming. For its price, you’re getting a steal – the cherry on top is the fact that its display is so large and vibrant.

Overall, Xiaomi’s a brand that deserves your attention.

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