Redmi 10 Prime Unboxing & First Impressions ⚡ MediaTek Helio G88, 90Hz, 6000mAh & More

[Intro] Redmi 10 Prime is here! It’s the 1st phone from the Redmi 10 Series. No, I’m not talking about the Note Series, it’s a Redmi 10 Series phone. It's launched globally as the Redmi 10, but it’s launching here in India as Redmi 10 Prime. There’s a little difference, if you look at the global version, we’ll tell you all about it. I’ll also compare it with the Redmi 9 Prime to see how it’s an updated version. But before that, I’ll unbox it & give you my first impressions & will tell you all along the way! If you enjoy the unboxing, then do hit LIKE & SUBSCRIBE if you haven’t already! Let’s start! Unboxing – “India’s No.1 Smartphone Brand”, “Made in India”, the Redmi 10 Prime.

Friends, it has a 90Hz FHD+ Adaptive Sync display. Remember, it’s going to launch around the Rs 11K price range. First, we get the sim card tool in the box, then there’s documentation(no one reads it, I know) And you also have a nice quality case! Generally, the Redmi cases are a little flimsy. But this feels a little more sturdy! So its quality is good, we’ll put it on & show you the looks. This is the phone, alright. There’s a 22.5W charger, but the phone supports only 18W charging. And you get a Type C cable.

Let’s keep everything aside, let’s look at the interesting thing, the phone! It does feel heavy & thick in the hand. Oh my goodness, this is shiny! Yes! Alright, look at this. It’s very shiny, & it’s a plastic back. But it’s definitely a fingerprint magnet! And if you use it without a case, there’ll be scratches on it. But it’s very shiny, I’d say! Let’s put on the case. Nice! The case fits snugly. It looks nice as well! It seems huge with the case on. And we’ve to drop it! Alright! Let’s do this! [Drop Test] The case is good & comes out.

So you can use it with a case & not worry. I don’t think anything will happen even if it falls down from 8-10 ft. If it falls on a big stone right in the middle, then it might get a little damaged. But with the case, you’re safe! To talk about weight, it seems closer to 200g, for sure. It has a huge battery so- [bloopers] Oh, it showed 207 & then- It’s 194g! Wow! I thought it’d be more than 200g. Because, remember it’s got a 6000mAh battery. Wow! It’s 194g even with a 6000mAh battery. It’s probably the lightest smartphone with a 6000mAh battery. It’s interesting that it’s lighter than the Redmi 9 Prime. And it had a 5000mAh battery, while this has 6000mAh.

So well done! The in-hand feel is ok, it seems big but it fits well in the hand. Ports & Buttons – Below, there’s a microphone, USB Type C port & a speaker grill. On the right, there’s a power on/off button that doubles up as a fingerprint sensor. And there's a volume rocker above it. Above, you get an IR blaster, a microphone & a speaker grill. Yes, it has stereo speakers & a 3.5mm jack. On the left, you get a sim card tray above, which I hope has a dedicated SD card slot. Yes, there’s a triple card slot. You get a dedicated SD card slot for expansion. Time to start the phone. And look at it’s inside. If you’re enjoying our unboxing, then do hit LIKE! Display – It’s a 6.5” FHD+ display, there are very few phones in the price range with an FHD+ display. And it also has a 90Hz adaptive refresh rate! It adapts according to what you’re doing. With movies, it’ll be on 45Hz, with gaming it’ll be on 90Hz. So it does have a fast refresh rate with a 180Hz touch sampling rate.

The screen-to-body ratio is good as the side & upper bezels are of average size. The chin is slightly thick, but it looks modern. Specifications – It comes on Helio G88 SoC. It’s the 1st phone with this processor which is an upgrade to the G85. You get about a 10-15% boost in its performance. The AnTuTu scores of G85 are around 2.10-2.15L This one has a score of about 2.45L. So there’s a jump. Remember, it has an eMMC storage type. There are 2 variants in this 4GB+64GB & 6GB+128GB with LPDDR4X RAM type. It has a massive 6000mAh battery with 18W charging. I won’t say 18W is fast charging but you can say it if you want. But it’ll take about 2-2.5 hours to fully charge the battery. But the 6000mAh battery, under normal usage, will go on for 1.5-2 days! So thumbs up there! Performance – To talk about gaming performance, we played the games on HD-High settings, you can play games very well! Remember you’ll get the phone at Rs 11-11.5K. And according to that price, the performance is quite good! The swipes & touches are really nice.

OS UI – You get MIUI 12.5 out-of-the-box, which is based on Android 11. You also get July’s security patch. Interestingly, while setting up the phone, we didn’t see many ads so that was a welcome surprise! They’ve limited the ads but not completely removed them. There might be some ads but we didn’t see many. There are some pre-installed apps that you can uninstall & some Xiaomi apps as well on this phone. Overall, it’s ok & you know they're still are some issues with MIUI 12.5. This phone also has virtual memory(extended RAM). If you buy the 4GB variant, you’ll get an additional 1GB RAM. And with the 6GB variant, you’ll get 2GB of additional RAM(total 8GB). I really don’t know how useful it is. But it’s there. You get Google dialer & Google messaging app in the OS. Camera – It has a quad-camera setup & it’s a big upgrade if you compare it with Redmi 9 Prime. The Redmi 9 Prime had a 13MP primary sensor. While the Redmi 10 Prime has a 50MP primary sensor.

Xiaomi didn’t mention the camera sensor’s brand(Omnivision/Samsung/Sony) But they’ve given more attention to post-processing of pictures & that they’ve concentrated more on the outputs. The quad camera setup – 50MP(primary) + 8MP(ultrawide) + 2MP(depth) + 2MP(macro) I’m not going to talk about the 2MP+2MP. The 8MP(ultrawide) is ok. But if you compare it with the 50MP primary sensor, they aren’t all that great.

They look a little soft. I’m showing you some samples on the screen, do check them out & let us know how they are. The selfie sensor is only 8MP. So, it could’ve been better. It’s a center punch hole. But yes, the 8MP should’ve been better with 12MP/13MP. Sensors – It has all the sensors. There’s a side-mounted fingerprint sensor & face unlock and both work quite well. Connectivity – It’s not a 5G phone, the G88 SoC isn’t a 5G chipset. You get dual 4G VoLTE, WiFi calling support, Bluetooth 5.1 & dual-band WiFi support. Features – You get Camera2api support as well to use the Gcam port.

There’s Widevine L1 support so streaming would be fun. The display is good, so you won’t have any problems there. You get FM Radio but there’s no notification light. The SAR value is within limits & it’s a splash-proof design! There’s no certification, but a little water or dust won’t harm the phone. Multimedia – It’s an FHD+ display with a 90Hz fast refresh rate. So the display is good with great viewing angles. Yes, it’s not as good as AMOLED but, it’s quite good. You’ll have fun watching videos. And with the stereo speakers along, it’s even better! So multimedia experience gets a big thumbs up! So friends that’s what the Redmi 10 Prime is! And 2-3 things are highlighted according to me.

Firstly, the battery is 6000mAh even after reducing the weight. And the display, if it comes at Rs 11-11.5K, I’d say it’s one of the best displays in this price range. The G88 SoC gives a good performance. So overall performance, display & the 50MP camera is really good! Apart from that, I won’t be able to say much, the 50MP sensor clicks good photos. Overall, I really like this phone! Let’s see at what price it gets launched! If it’s more than Rs 12K, then I’ll say it’s slightly overpriced. But at Rs 11-11.5K, it’ll be a very nice offering in that price range! That’s all for this video, until the next one, Keep Trakin & Stay Safe!

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OnePlus Nord 2 5G Unboxing And First Impressions ⚡ Dimensity 1200, 90Hz AMOLED, 50MP Camera & More

The much awaited OnePlus Nord 2 is here. After a long time OnePlus seems to be back with a Flagship Killer. OnePlus made its name as Flagship Killer & this time we have the OnePlus Nord 2(successor of the OnePlus Nord).
When it comes to performance, battery & a lot other things, it’s a huge leap.
This is the 1st phone to come with OPPO-OnePlus integrated code based OS. There are many new things in the OnePlus Nord 2 & we’re going to unbox it & give its first impressions. We’ll tell you all about it & I’m really hoping it comes close to the Flagship territory. It comes with a black box with NORD written on it. Box Contents – Upfront you get the phone & there’s Nord’s signature blue colour.

There’s documentation with stickers, red cable membership card, quick start guide & safety information. There’s a sim card tool, a Type C cable in signature red & a 65W Warp Charge fast charger.
There’s a good quality case which we’ll put on OnePlus Nord 2
Looks – Should I call it OnePlus Nord 2 or OnePlus 9 Lite because it’s very similar to OnePlus 9.
It looks familiar with 2 big sensors on the OnePlus Nord 2. This is Haze Blue color, you get Grey Sierra & Green Wood color options too.
In Hand Feel – It feels slightly hefty & is a little on the heavy side, but it’s built very well.
It feels premium, fits well in the hand & it also looks close to a flagship phone.
Build Quality – The case is good & bulky but it looks nice with the case [Drop Test] The case is good so it wouldn’t matter even if I drop it harder.
It comes with a preinstalled scratch guard , so I’ll take it out.
The in hand feel is not the best nor the worst, but feels good & it’ll feel big with small hands.

Let’s weigh, I think it’ll be close to 200g. It is 189g! Maybe, I thought it’s heavier because of the heft.
And the weight distribution is ok, it’s not bad at all.
There’s glass both on the front & back. We aren’t sure of the Gorilla Glass version & the frame is plastic. Ports & Buttons – Below, there’s a speaker grill, a USB Type C port, a microphone & sim card tray.
On the left, you get volume rocker(up & down). And the buttons are solid & clicky. There’s a noise cancelling mic on top. On the right, there’s the alert slider with the power button below. The sim card tray has a dual nano sim card slot & there’s no expandable storage. Let’s start the phone & while you’re enjoying our unboxing, do hit LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! Display – It’s a typical OnePlus display with 6.43” Super AMOLED with 90Hz fast refresh rate & HDR10 support. There’s no exact screen-to-body ratio but the top & side bezels are thin & the chin is smaller than average.

Specifications – It has MediaTek Dimensity 1200 5G SoC which is based on 6Nm fabricated technology. There are 3 variants : 6GB+128GB, 8GB+128GB & we have 12GB+256GB top variant.
Good thing, it has UFS 3.1 storage type making good read-write speeds & has LPDDR4X RAM type. Performance – It’s the successor of the OnePlus Nord which had Qualcomm SD 765G SoC. And if I compare it with Dimensity 1200’s AnTuTu Score, the performance has nearly doubled! The AnTuTu Score on this 12+256GB variant is around 6.87L which is a big jump.
The AnTuTu Score on SD 765G was around 4L.

And Dimensity 1200 clearly has a big jump.
Battery – It has a 4500mAh battery with 65W Warp charging & battery capacity is big compared to 4115mAh on OnePlus Nord.
The 4500mAh battery will charge 0-100% in 30 minutes. Overall, a great upgrade in battery & performance.
OS UI – It’s my favourite clean OxygenOS & having 90Hz fast refresh makes overall scrolling & animations smoother.
But due to the integrated code base, the camera UI is from ColorOS.
Being a daily OnePlus user, it looks a little out of place.

There are 2-3 things added from ColorOS. In the battery section, you’ll get a high performance mode. Looks like ColorOS is creeping into OxygenUI. The thing missing from ColorOS is the level of customization of AOD, which would’ve a welcome feature. So I’d say it's a mixed bag of OxygenOS. For regular usage there wouldn’t be a problem. Especially, you’ll have fun using it with Dimensity 1200 & UFS 3.1. You can play games with high-very high & HDR settings. We played for a long time & it was fun & smooth. Camera – The OnePlus Nord had a quad camera setup (48MP+8MP+5MP+2MP). This one has a 50MP+8MP+2MP(triple camera). The 50MP sensor is an IMX766 Sony sensor. On the front, there’s a 32MP selfie sensor. And looking at the photos, the IMX766 sensor works well.
But when you move to Ultrawide, it lacks sharpness & results in softer images.
Even the selfies’ the colors & dynamic range is good.

Let us know what you think in the comments. The 50MP sensor works very well. Surprisingly, the video quality options are downgraded compared to the Nord. With rear camera, you’d be able to take [email protected] which was possible with the OnePlus Nord
but with the 32MP front camera in Nord, you were able to shoot [email protected] videos. In the Nord 2 there isn’t any support for 4K, but maybe with updates it’ll be available. Sensors – All sensors are available, in-display fingerprint sensor & face unlock both work fast & are reliable.
Connectivity – It’s excellent as you get 5G with 11 band support which is a benefit of Dimensity processors. You get more band support(11 bands) with dual 4G VoLTE, WiFi Calling, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 & NFC support.
We tried testing carrier aggregation but there’s some issue with Dimensity 1200, so I’m not sure if it’s there.
Multimedia – It's bright AMOLED screen is great & the viewing angles are also good.

You get stereo speakers, one below & another in the ear piece above, which are good & loud. You’ll get a flagship multimedia experience on the Nord 2. And there is no 3.5mm jack.
Features – You get Camera2api support, so you can use GCam, there’s Widevine L1 for HD streaming..

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OnePlus Nord 2 5G Unboxing And First Impressions ⚡ Dimensity 1200, 90Hz AMOLED, 50MP Camera & More

The much awaited OnePlus Nord 2 is here. After a long time OnePlus seems to be back with a Flagship Killer. OnePlus made its name as Flagship Killer & this time we have the OnePlus Nord 2(successor of the OnePlus Nord).
When it comes to performance, battery & a lot other things, it’s a huge leap.
This is the 1st phone to come with OPPO-OnePlus integrated code based OS. There are many new things in the OnePlus Nord 2 & we’re going to unbox it & give its first impressions.

We’ll tell you all about it & I’m really hoping it comes close to the Flagship territory. It comes with a black box with NORD written on it. Box Contents – Upfront you get the phone & there’s Nord’s signature blue colour. There’s documentation with stickers, red cable membership card, quick start guide & safety information. There’s a sim card tool, a Type C cable in signature red & a 65W Warp Charge fast charger.
There’s a good quality case which we’ll put on OnePlus Nord 2
Looks – Should I call it OnePlus Nord 2 or OnePlus 9 Lite because it’s very similar to OnePlus 9.
It looks familiar with 2 big sensors on the OnePlus Nord 2. This is Haze Blue color, you get Grey Sierra & Green Wood color options too.
In Hand Feel – It feels slightly hefty & is a little on the heavy side, but it’s built very well.
It feels premium, fits well in the hand & it also looks close to a flagship phone.
Build Quality – The case is good & bulky but it looks nice with the case [Drop Test] The case is good so it wouldn’t matter even if I drop it harder.
It comes with a preinstalled scratch guard , so I’ll take it out.
The in hand feel is not the best nor the worst, but feels good & it’ll feel big with small hands.

Let’s weigh, I think it’ll be close to 200g. It is 189g! Maybe, I thought it’s heavier because of the heft.
And the weight distribution is ok, it’s not bad at all.
There’s glass both on the front & back. We aren’t sure of the Gorilla Glass version & the frame is plastic. Ports & Buttons – Below, there’s a speaker grill, a USB Type C port, a microphone & sim card tray.
On the left, you get volume rocker(up & down). And the buttons are solid & clicky. There’s a noise cancelling mic on top. On the right, there’s the alert slider with the power button below. The sim card tray has a dual nano sim card slot & there’s no expandable storage. Let’s start the phone & while you’re enjoying our unboxing, do hit LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! Display – It’s a typical OnePlus display with 6.43” Super AMOLED with 90Hz fast refresh rate & HDR10 support.

There’s no exact screen-to-body ratio but the top & side bezels are thin & the chin is smaller than average. Specifications – It has MediaTek Dimensity 1200 5G SoC which is based on 6Nm fabricated technology. There are 3 variants : 6GB+128GB, 8GB+128GB & we have 12GB+256GB top variant.
Good thing, it has UFS 3.1 storage type making good read-write speeds & has LPDDR4X RAM type. Performance – It’s the successor of the OnePlus Nord which had Qualcomm SD 765G SoC.

And if I compare it with Dimensity 1200’s AnTuTu Score, the performance has nearly doubled! The AnTuTu Score on this 12+256GB variant is around 6.87L which is a big jump.
The AnTuTu Score on SD 765G was around 4L. And Dimensity 1200 clearly has a big jump.
Battery – It has a 4500mAh battery with 65W Warp charging & battery capacity is big compared to 4115mAh on OnePlus Nord.
The 4500mAh battery will charge 0-100% in 30 minutes.

Overall, a great upgrade in battery & performance.
OS UI – It’s my favourite clean OxygenOS & having 90Hz fast refresh makes overall scrolling & animations smoother.
But due to the integrated code base, the camera UI is from ColorOS.
Being a daily OnePlus user, it looks a little out of place. There are 2-3 things added from ColorOS. In the battery section, you’ll get a high performance mode. Looks like ColorOS is creeping into OxygenUI. The thing missing from ColorOS is the level of customization of AOD, which would’ve a welcome feature. So I’d say it's a mixed bag of OxygenOS. For regular usage there wouldn’t be a problem. Especially, you’ll have fun using it with Dimensity 1200 & UFS 3.1. You can play games with high-very high & HDR settings. We played for a long time & it was fun & smooth. Camera – The OnePlus Nord had a quad camera setup (48MP+8MP+5MP+2MP). This one has a 50MP+8MP+2MP(triple camera). The 50MP sensor is an IMX766 Sony sensor.

On the front, there’s a 32MP selfie sensor. And looking at the photos, the IMX766 sensor works well.
But when you move to Ultrawide, it lacks sharpness & results in softer images.
Even the selfies’ the colors & dynamic range is good. Let us know what you think in the comments. The 50MP sensor works very well. Surprisingly, the video quality options are downgraded compared to the Nord. With rear camera, you’d be able to take [email protected] which was possible with the OnePlus Nord
but with the 32MP front camera in Nord, you were able to shoot [email protected] videos. In the Nord 2 there isn’t any support for 4K, but maybe with updates it’ll be available. Sensors – All sensors are available, in-display fingerprint sensor & face unlock both work fast & are reliable.
Connectivity – It’s excellent as you get 5G with 11 band support which is a benefit of Dimensity processors. You get more band support(11 bands) with dual 4G VoLTE, WiFi Calling, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2 & NFC support.
We tried testing carrier aggregation but there’s some issue with Dimensity 1200, so I’m not sure if it’s there.
Multimedia – It's bright AMOLED screen is great & the viewing angles are also good.

You get stereo speakers, one below & another in the ear piece above, which are good & loud. You’ll get a flagship multimedia experience on the Nord 2. And there is no 3.5mm jack.
Features – You get Camera2api support, so you can use GCam, there’s Widevine L1 for HD streaming..

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Top 5 Best Mobile Phones Under ₹10000 Budget ⚡ July 2021

Alright friends, here's a fantastic video for you guys! I’m saying this line after so many days, since you guys were missing our popular “Under” series videos.
So I thought I’d say it for you guys. And this is the video for Best Smartphones Under 10K Rs
I’m going to tell you about the best smartphones under 10K Rs in July & also why you should buy them. Remember now, we do rank them after looking at them overall. But when you’re buying a new smartphone, make sure you have a specific requirement.
And for that, do check out our video – TrakinTech Smartphone Buying Guide 2021 (Video link is provided in the “i” card) That is one of the most helpful videos you will get. And it’ll help you make the correct decision. And after watching that video, you guys will be able to tell & help your friends & family members about how to decide to buy a new phone.

Let’s start with the list. We have kept some basic minimum criteria like a big 6.5”+ screen, a 5000mAh battery, minimum 4GB of RAM, the important performance And yes a multi camera setup, especially a dual/triple camera. So these are the minimum criterias. And the price, of course, should be below 10K Rs. And there’s a SUBSCRIBE button below the video, so do click on it, not a 10000 times but just once! The video that we made in April and this video you are watching now has a list with 2-3 different phones. (5) realme Narzo 30A – Comes with a 6.5 HD+ screen, has a Helio G85 processor & yes, it's a really good processor under 10K Rs.
It gives a good performance, along with 4GB RAM & 64GB storage, has a 6000mAh battery, a 13+2MP back camera & a 8MP front camera.

So overall if you look at all the specifications, it definitely comes at number 5. Friends, realme also launches some similar phones at times with just some small changes like adding a 2MP sensor & changing the name. (4) realme C25s – It is exactly the same as realme Narzo 30A, just with an additional camera setup of 13MP+2MP+2MP at the back & it’s price is more by 500 Rs.

So this is priced at Rs 10,499 & with offers you can get it for even less. And all the product links are given in the description below. (3) Infinix Hot 10S – If you like a big screen or multimedia a lot, then you can take a look at it. Like I said, if these things are important, then this would be at 1st position.

Why? Because it has a 6.82” HD+ screen with 90Hz fast refresh rate, the camera at the back has a 48MP triple camera setup (48MP+2MP+AI Lens) I’m not really sure what the AI lens does but it’s a triple camera setup with the 48MP as the primary sensor. It has a Helio G85 processor which is one of the best under 10K Rs price range, has a 6000mAh battery & a 4+64GB base variant pricing at Rs 9,999.
(2) Micromax In 1 – It is in 2nd position because of its FHD+ display. The 1st & 2nd position phones have a FHD display while the other 3 have HD+ screens.
And that is the main difference. It is an Indian brand, but it has a Helio G80 processor instead of G85, which isn’t much different but G80 stands a little low. But because of the FHD+, it is in 2nd position. It has a 5000mAh battery with a 48MP triple camera setup & is priced at 9,999 Rs & that makes it at number 2 on our list.

(1) POCO M3/Redmi 9 Power – Which is miles ahead at number 1. Both the POCO M3 & Redmi 9 Power are good. You get an extra sensor in the Redmi 9 Power. And it is priced at 10,500 Rs while the POCO M3 is priced at Rs 10000. So you can look at any of the 2. There are a lot of good things. Both have 6.53”FHD+ screen, a 6000mAh battery, Qualcomm SD662 processor with 6GB RAM, while the others come with 4+64GB.
This one comes with 6GB RAM & 64GB storage under 10K Rs & the primary camera sensor at the back is 48MP. So looking at all the things, I think that POCO M3 & the Redmi 9 Power are miles ahead of their competitors. And it’s interesting that 2.5-3 months ago in the “Under 10K” series video, this was the same phone that was on top & even today it is the same.
What do you think about these rankings ? Do you agree with our rankings ? Do let us know in the comments section below & share it with your friends so that they can buy a correct & perfect phone.

That’s all for this video, until the next one, KeepTrakin & Stay Safe!.

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realme 8 vs Redmi Note 10S Full Comparison | Best Phone Under 15K Is ⚡ Camera, Display & More

[ Music ] Which are the best performing smartphones under 15K ? Yes these are the two – Redmi Note 10S Vs realme 8 In today's video we are going to compare these phones as I've been getting alot of questions..Should you go for realme 8 or Redmi Note 10S ?? By the end of this video you'll know which phone you should buy..but before that subscribe to our channel & hit the bill icon for all the latest updates.

Design – flashy flashy flashy silver with Dare To Leap branding on realme 8 & redmi Note 10S is understated. Both are unique & are targeted to different group of people It depends on you.. which one would you prefer ? Do let us know in the comments below which design looks better. Talking about the in-hand feel – it's very similar. Generally Redmi phones are quite big & hefty but not with this one. realme 8 is lighter & smaller so it feels slightly better in-hand The sides on realme 8 are also flat so even without using a cover it doesn't feel like you'll drop it. So that is good. One more thing..this Dare To Leap glossy side is fingerprint magnet..so there are going to be some fingerprints Both get 3.5 mm jack, secondary noise canceling mic, IR blaster is present only on Redmi Note 10S Display – Redmi Note 10S has 6.43'' display whereas realme 8 gets 6.4''. Both have AMOLED 60 Hz panel, protection wise – Note 10S gets Gorilla Glass 3 & realme 8 gets Dragontrail protection And both have different placements for punch holes – center on Redmi & on left on realme.

Let's talk about specifications – Both get Helio G95 SoC which is a very capable SoC specially in the 10-15K price segment. Variants of both phones are very different Base variant of realme 8 has 4GB+128GB whereas Note 10S has 6GB+64GB variant, both priced at 14,999 INR Now realme has recently discounted 500 Rs on realme 8 & is now available for 14,499 Rs Both have the same RAM type,in storage type – realme has UFS 2.1 while Redmi has UFS 2.2. Not much of a difference but Redmi will be slightly faster In terms of battery again they're very similar with 5000 mAh. Note 10S gets 33W charging & realme 8 supports 30W. But while charging you won't notice much difference. I forgot to mention one important difference in display. Redmi Note 10S doesn't have in-display fingerprint sensor, gets a side mounted sensor whereas realme 8 gets in display fingerprint & that is good. Talking about sensors, connectivity both are very similar. In fact we've done the unboxing videos of both these phones..[check i card]. IR blaster you get as extra on Note 10S so that is good Now let's come to software & UI – On Note 10S you get MIUI 12.5 which is an improved version of MIUI with slightly streamlined & optimized so that is good But talking about experience, I'll go with realme UI 2.0.

Both of them are good but realme UI 2.0 is slightly better. Yes you do get third party apps on both of these phones which can be uninstalled & both of them have system apps that will keep sending you notifications..Yes Camera is a very important aspect. It is make or brake..Yes ! Many people make buying decisions on the basis of the camera.. Quick camera specs – Both phones get 64MP + 8MP+ 2MP+ 2MP setup. On the front realme gets an IMX 471 16MP shooter while the Note 10S gets a 13 MP selfie camera. What about actual photos. I'm showing you some side by side camera samples. If you look at the photos from both the phones. The colors on Note 10S are slightly off.. In terms of dynamic range, colors in day lighting conditions.

I liked the photos taken from realme 8 If we talk about low light photos – Note 10S photos are overall brighter but they are fuzzy & unusable. Seriously! Whereas realme 8 photos comes out abit dark but have more details In low light you get starry mode on realme 8 that keeps the shutter open for a longer time. Remember your phone need to be stable using this mode or else it'll result in blurry photos In most of the cases, Note 10S colors felt warm that's for sure. If there's one thing in which Note 10S beats realme 8 is Macro.. But overall if you look at colors, dynamic range. I'll definitely say the photos of realme 8 come out slightly better One more thing I need to add, the camera app you get on realme 8 has more features : tilt shift photography, pro mode, starry mode which aren't available on Note 10S But I'll tell you what overall if I talk about photos, post processing, features. Apart from macro mode I like the camera more on the realme 8 Let's talk about multimedia : very similar experience but because of stereo speakers on the Note 10S, the audio felt better on Redmi.

If you look at multimedia screen, brightness, viewing angles, colors you'll find both of them similar with screen size also being similar. Overall multimedia on Note 10S will be slightly better And yes, you even get IP 53 certification on Note 10S which generally is not present in sub 15K phones but the Note 10S gets it. Finally what I think – Note 10S is priced at 15K & realme 8 is Rs 500 cheaper at 14,499. If I talk about display then with in-display fingerprint sensor, I'll say realme 8. But this has 2GB less RAM but 64GB more storage so it is up to you That you want more storage or more RAM. So overall camera is what is important to you then I'll say realme 8 And performance is absolutely similar on both the phones, battery & charging are also very similar.

if camera & display are important then because of that reame 8 looks slightly better than Redmi Note 10S If you're interested in buying any of these smartphones then buying links are given in the description below. Until then Keep Trackin & Stay Safe.

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OnePlus Nord CE 5G Unboxing And First Impressions ⚡ Snapdragon 750G, 90Hz AMOLED, 64MP Camera & More

This is the OnePlus Nord CE 5G & CE stands for Core Edition. It's packed with core oneplus aspects at a much better price Does this OnePlus Nord get lost in the crowd ? As its priced at 23K & many other smartphones are also available at this price point Will Oneplus Nord CE 5G give you a OnePlus experience at this price range. We’ll unbox it tell you everything about it But before that subscribe to our channel for more amazing technology videos You get a nice black box, oneplus case.. When you’ll purchase you only get the retail box Unboxing – You get a phone upfront, a well designed case, stickers, red cable club card, documents, Type C cable, 30W Warp charge 30T plus adapter & sm card tool Time to keep everything aside & will look at the phone.

This phone is thinner, smaller & light weight It has a minimalist design with blue & purple tint. It's a nice design overall This is not a glass back phone & that's why it's lighter. It's made of composite material If I talk about core experience this phone should've had a glass back as OnePlus Nord also has a glass back but this does not have it This is light & thin at 7.9mm & the frame is also made of metal.

Time to check the weight I’m assuming its under 180 grams Lets see – This weighs around 172-173 grams & it feels very light. You probably won't feel the weight when you keep it in your pocket & I like that This makes the in hand feel much better as its light weight & one hand operation will be much easier on this phone
We’ll put the phone in your case & it is a very nice quality case . Time for drop Test – Front & Back side drop – It easily survives as the case is built well. The design of the case just adds the beauty of the back case
If you don't want to use the default case then you can use OnePlus official case that is priced between 500-750 Rs The design of the case is also nice but it adds a slight bulk. Let's check the cover of this phone & it looks really nice. Ports & Buttons – 3.5mm jack is back.

On the bottom side you have a 3.5 mm jack, microphone, Type C port, speaker grill. Right hand side you have the power button. On top you get a noise cancelling microphone. Left hand side – Sim card tray & volume rocker button Alert slider is missing. If we talk about core aspects, an alert slider should’ve been there. Will check the sim card tray – It's a dual nano sim card tray. The base consists of 128 GB so that's good. Time to start the phone but before that subscribe to our channel for more such amazing unboxing videos. Display – It's a beautiful bright display. It's a 6.43’’ sAMOLED screen with 90 Hz refresh rate Screen to body ratio is quite good as side & top bezels are thin and bottom bezel is also smaller than average & that is why this phone feels compact.

Specifications – It comes with SD 750G 5G SoC & battery is 4500 mAh (OnePlus Nord has 4115 mAh battery) And with OxygenOS, you can easily expect one day’s battery life with moderate usage. You get a 30W charger that can charge 0-70% in 30 mins & that's quite good. SD 750G only has one 5G band & that's not good. It has 3 variants – 6GB/128GB, 8GB/128GB & 12GB/256GB. Storage type is UFS 2.1 & RAM is LPDDR 4X Prices – 6GB/128GB = 22,999 Rs, 8GB/128GB = 24,999 Rs, 12GB/256GB = 27,999 Rs Do let us know what you think about these prices. OS – it's one of the core experiences of OnePlus phones & this one has it. It runs on OxygenOS 11 based on Android 11 And Oneplus claims that it’ll get 2 years of OS updates & 3 years of security updates so that's good. You get features like Zen Mode so you get the core experience of oxygen OS. It has Always On Display too.
Sensors – It gets all the sensors with in display fingerprint sensor that works fast, face unlock is also fast & reliable. Camera – It has a triple camera setup : 64MP is the primary camera (Nord has 48MP).

Looking at the photo sample, It has good colors & takes some detailed photos. There’s an 8MP ultrawide lens with 119 degree FOV + 2MP Mono lens. On front you have a 16MP Sony IMX471 sensor. As I said, photos have good dynamic range. Ultrawide camera has softer image output but the overall camera is quite good.
There's no OIS on this phone but it can shoot 480 fps slow mo videos, night mode is there that works well. You can record upto 4K 30 fps videos on this phone. Performance – The performance is great with AnTuTu score – 3.93 Lakhs (its mostly because we have 12GB 256 GB variant ) This is a really good score.

You can play games with very high settings & 90 Hz make the gaming experience much better. The combination of fluid AMOLED & fast refresh rate with OxygenOS makes the overall experience smoother. The performance actually surprised me. If it had SD 768G it would've been better but 750G is not bad. Multimedia – It has a very good screen so the video viewing experience is great but it doesn't get stereo speakers but a 3.5 mm jack is there. If you do a lot of gaming, consume a lot of multimedia so a 3.5 mm jack is present.

Overall multimedia experience is good even with a mono speaker which is loud.
Connectivity – It has one 5G band, dual 4G voLTE, Wi-Fi calling, NFC, Bluetooth 5.1, dual band Wi-Fi & it does support carrier aggregation. Additional Features – Cam2Api support, Widevine L1, it does not have notification light & FM radio and it is not dust & water resistant.
Does this phone bring you the core OnePlus experience ? Yes & No. It should've got an alert slider & glass back as these two things are core to OnePlus which is missing on this phone. But display & performance are stand out features and give you the core OnePlus experience. So if you want a OnePlus phone & your budget is around 20-25K Rs then definitely you can look at the OnePlus Nord CE 5G.

If you have any questions about OnePlus Nord CE 5G then do let us know in the comments below Like this video if you enjoyed it. Until then Keep Trakin & Stay Safe .

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Top 5 Best Smartphones Under ₹40000 Budget ⚡ May 2021

If your budget is 40K & you're looking for a future proof flagship killer smartphone then this video is for you. Today I'm going to tell you the best flagship killer smartphone under 40K Today I'm going to tell you the best flagship killer smartphone under 40K If you're watching our video for the first time then subscribe to our channel & turn on notifications for all the latest updates Let me tell you there is no perfect phone, you have to decide on the basis of your requirements eg : camera, performance, audio video etc. Based on your specific requirement you have to decide & buy. ( smartphone buying guide video i -card) We'll give the highest priority to performance in this video with some minimum benchmarks Criteria : Min SD 865 or higher, fast refresh rate display – AMOLED/LCD, fast charging with 4000 mAh battery, min 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage, min 48 MP camera & 5G ready Phone at no. 5th position is Mi 10T Pro. Comes with 865 SoC, 5G, has really good IPS LCD screen with 144 Hz fast refresh rate, 8GB+128GB storage 5000 mAh battery with 33W fast charging & 108 MP multi cam support.

Looking at the price ie 37,999 it definitely deserves no 5th position in our list If your importance is gaming & camera then it might go to no. 2nd or 3rd position as well On 4th position is vivo's camera centric smartphone – vivo X60 5G. Has SD 870 SoC, 8GB+128GB. The vivo X series generally has very good selfie sensor I'll call this a camera centric phone. It has 120 Hz AMOLED screen, 4300 mAh battery with fast charging. If your highest priority is camera with flagship level specs then definitely you should look at vivo X60 5G Links of all the smartphones are given in the description.

Offers & discounts will make these smartphones even more cost effective The 3rd position goes to OnePlus 9R 5G that is only India specific. Comes with SD 870 SoC, 8GB+128GB, 6.55'' 120Hz AMOLED screen, 4500 mAh battery + 65W fast charging Battery & fast charging is a big highlight of this phone. If you're looking for a OnePlus smartphone around 40K then this is the one OxygenOS makes it a fluid experience with an overall good combination of hardware & software. Camera's are decent here. Overall around 40K pricing its at no 3 on our list Let's move on to the top 2 smartphones. It's a battle between iQOO & Xiaomi. 2nd position goes to Mi 11X Pro. Comes with 5G, SD 888 (currently best SoC in android world), 6.67'' FHD+ 120 Hz AMOLED screen Camera – 108MP primary camera.

So overall performance, camera, display & priced at 39,999. It's definitely at no 2nd position in our list We were discussing which smartphone would be at no. 1 but I think the iQOO 7 Legend Edition comes out on top. Reason being the improvements of FunTouchOS. The software experience you get is really very good. Camera setup you get : 48MP + 13MP + 13MP is a very functional & good camera. Comparing it to Mi 11X Pro camera Its focus is on big numbers ie 108 MP. But because of the practical camera on iQOO 7 Legend & experience of FunTOuchOS makes it really good It gets SD 888, 8GB+128GB, 4000 mAh battery + 66W fast charging gets an indisplay fingerprint that missing on Mi 11X Pro which has side mounted fingerprint sensor even when having an AMOLED screen on Mi 11X Pro.

So looking at these things then definitely in my book, Legend Edition is at NUMBER 1 for our BEST SMARTPHONE UNDER 40K Let us know in the comments below if your ranking varies with our ranking & also mention the reason why it differs with our ranking If you enjoyed this video then don't forget to like & share this video with your friends That's it from this video. Until then Keep Trackin & Stay Safe.

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