The Redmi Note series is what really put Xiaomi on the map, and it played an instrumental role in making competitors like Samsung step up their game. The 10th generation of the lineup sticks with the company's ethos of offering oodles of value for money and is probably the most significant generational jump we've seen in the series so far.
Realme and Redmi phones have historically been pitted against each other, and for a good reason. They offer oodles of value for money with closely-matched specs, making it a tough decision for consumers. It doesn't take an expert to figure out that the newly-launched Realme 8 Pro, with its 108MP camera, is pitted against Redmi's recently-unveiled Note 10 Pro Max.
So, if you're looking to pick up either of the devices but aren't sure which one's better suited to you, read on for some help in making an informed decision.
The Redmi Note series features some of the best-selling smartphones globally, and it doesn't take an expert to know why. They offer incredible value for money and often democratize technology, usually seen in the higher-tier devices. The newly-announced Note 10 series in India walks along the same line and introduces segment-first features like a 108MP camera and a 120Hz AMOLED display.