Starting at Rs 14,999, this is easily one of the best phones that you can buy at this price. Realme Smart TV 4K starts at Rs 27,999 for the 43-inch version, while the 50-inch options cost Rs 39,999. The Realme TV 4K will go on sale starting June 4 on the Realme website and Flipkart. The X7 Max 5G is also eligible for the Realme Upgrade Program, under which you can buy it for Rs 18,899 and Rs 20,999 for the two variants, respectively, for a year. For context, I have been using a 60Hz display for the last five years, and now it’s tough for me even to go back to my Pixel 2a. The 120Hz panel on Note 10 Pro Max feels super smooth, but at times it’s been held back by the resource-hungry MIUI.
You only tend to see these in Chinese phones, but we’ve used this feature a few times in the last 12 months. I’m not a hardcore mobile gamer, but I tried playing few titles on it, including Call of Duty, Clash of Clans, and Asphalt 9. The performance was quite good, and I was able to play these games at max settings without any hiccups getting an average frame rate of 50fps. Moreover, light-hearted games such as Subway Surfers, Among Us, and Alto’s Adventure were a breeze. So, if you’re getting this one for gaming, then it won’t disappoint you. I would suggest getting the 8GB RAM variant if you’re considering buying the Redmi Note 10 Pro. The 12GB RAM helps too.
But MIUI has a bigger problem – RAM Management. So, MIUI never had an excellent track record in RAM management. It’s a top-tier chipset, and it does perform like one, but the true potential of the chipset is being held by MIUI. It’s time for the MIUI. We’ll get to the MIUI in a bit but let’s talk about the gaming performance first. So, MIUI is good, it’s full of handy features, but you do get bloatware and advertisements free with it. It’s a great display that sets the criterion for its competitors. The display gets bright enough even when you’re using it outside on a bright sunny day. In the end, there’s not much to complain about the display.