Redmi Note 10 Pro Max to get same 120 Hz AMOLED as the Galaxy S21 Ultra; Snapdragon 732G; and 108 MP camera
Xiaomi will release the Redmi Note 10 series tomorrow in India, and details of the devices have leaked ahead of launch. It appears that the crowning device of the lineup will be the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max—a direct successor to last year's Redmi Note 9 Pro Max which should go on to be sold as the Redmi Note 10 Pro on the global market. That device also looks to have the features worth of the "Pro Max" tag, too.
According to a new leak, the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max will offer a 6.67-inch E4 AMOLED made by Samsung. For some perspective, that display is widely recognized as being the best on the market right now, as it offers a 120 Hz refresh rate. It also happens to be the same panel used on phones like the Galaxy S21 Ultra, Mi 11, and the new Redmi K40 series.
Under the hood of the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is said to be a Snapdragon 732G. We're not sure how accurate that information is, as it'd be a downgrade on the Snapdragon 750G 5G on the China-only Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G. Either way, it'll be paired with UFS 2.1 or UFS 2.2 storage, so daily usage should be snappy. Supplying the phone with power will be a big 5020 mAh battery, with 33 W charging.
One of the stars of the show on the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max will be the 108 MP main camera. The sensor in question is almost definitely the HM2, though, which is a mid-range sensor that shouldn't be confused with the HMX on Xiaomi's premium devices. We already saw that sensor on the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G at the end of last year. Other touted specifications include IP52 certification, stereo speakers, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.