Redmi Note 10 – Amoled Dot Display (Aqua Green, 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage)

Save Cost : 3,500

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Specification :

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Body / Weight178.8 g (6.31 oz)
Display

Protection
6.43 inches (99.8 cm2 )


Corning Gorilla Glass 3
Main Camera





Selfie Camera

48MP(wide)
8MP(ultra-wide)
2(macro)
2(depth)


13MP(wide)

Memory4GB RAM / 64GB
4GB RAM / 128GB
6GB RAM / 128GB
Battery33W (Fast Charging) 100% 70min
5000 mAh(Li-Po)
Operating SystemOS
Android 11, MIUI 12

GPU : Adreno 612

Skin : MIUI 12
Bluetooth

GPS

Radio

USB
5.0, LE (A2DP)

YES

FM Radio

Type-C 2.0
ColorsAqua Green (Lake Green)
Shadow lack (Onyx Gray)
Frost White (Pebble White)
Processorocta-core
Price14,499

CONS : PROS

  1. MIUI 12 needs some work Best-in-class display
  2. Macro shooter is not good enough Cameras are quite good
  3. Poor haptics Fast Performance

Highlights :

The Redmi Note 10 isn’t pathbreaking in terms of features and specifications for the sub-Rs. 12,000 segment, but it does cover all the bases & offer a few nice extra touches. It is slimmer and lighter than the Redmi Note 9, and debuts a new Evol design language which makes it look quite smart.

The ultra-wide and selfie cameras are also serviceable, but the macro one is just for amusement. MIUI is still full of promotional content and ads, but the company promises to remove these with a future update.

Battery life is good enough to get you through at least a full day, and charging is quick. The cameras are quite ordinary, with the 48-megapixel primary one taking well (good) shots in the daytime ad acceptable ones at night.

The 6.43-inch full-HD+ AMOLED screen is a major highlight, producing crisp details & colours that pop. You get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 678 SoC which is powerful enough for casual gaming as well as everyday tasks.

Review :

If a smartphone has a big screen, high-capacity battery, fast processor, and lots of RAM & storage, but still manages to cost less than Rs.14,500 chances are it will be successful. That’s where the Redmi Note 10 comes in.

New Redmi Note 10 family, Xiaomi is offering more premium features than ever, but prices have also risen. The Redmi Note series has been massively popular so far in India, where everyone loves a good deal and buyers are very particular about every last feature and specification.

  • The Overall Build Quality is Very Nice
  • Battery Life & Super Fast Charging
  • Processor Speed For instagram Upload & Wallet Payments is Very Good
  • Quality Smart Phone, Work Properly Overall Good Product & Value For Money
  • Good Features & Very Best Fingerprint Sensor. Camera is Also Good. Good Touch Screen & Smoothness With High Sensitivity.

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WhatsApp Pink is a new virus targeting WhatsApp users, can take complete control over victim’s phone

A malicious link is being shared on a WhatsApp groups that claim to change the theme of the chat application to a pink-coloured one. Under the name WhatsApp Pink, A link is, in fact, an attempt by hackers to gain control over a targeted device.

HIGHLIGHTS :-

  • A message claiming to install a pink version of WhatsApp an a device is being shared on several WhatsApp groups.
  • The message promises a pink theme to the chat application in addition to new features.
  • A link, if clicked on, can allow hackers to gain complete access to a device

WhatsApp users in a under yet another malicious attack by perpetrators of nefarious activities online. The most recent threat comes through the link being shared in the chat platform that can let hackers gain access to the device on which it is opened.

The new threat link is being shared under the name WhatsApp Pink and claims that it can turn the theme of WhatsApp from its iconic green to that of pink colour. The link also offers additional features to lure victims and tries to legitimise its existence by deeming the theme a new official look by WhatsApp. Several WhatsApp users have reported receiving such a link on their phones, while many have forwarded it without knowing its real purpose.

However, a cyber expert has warned that the link performs no actions as advertised and instead is a tool for hackers to gain access to a target device. The link can possibly lock the victims out of their WhatsApp accounts or even their smartphones in some cases.

The expert warns that the link is devious enough to allow the hacker to gain full access to your phone and its data.

Taking to Twitter, cybersecurity expert Rajshekhar Rajaharia wrote, “Beware of WhatsApp Pink!! A Virus is being spread in Whatsapp groups with an APK download link. Don’t click any link with the name of #WhatsappPink. Complete access to your phone will be lost,”

With the tweet, Rajaharia shared some images from the message being circulated for the WhatsApp Pink download. As seen in the screenshots, the chat app is shown in a new pink colour theme along with the words “WhatsApp launched new look officially.”

Needless to say, this is not an official update by WhatsApp and has only been created to dupe the audience into installing the malicious links. WhatsApp has not been bereft of such targeted attacks in the past. The chat app has often been used as a playground for online threat perpetrators. Part of the problem is the unverified information that is easily spread through WhatsApp groups.

The most common safety tip you can follow at a time like this is not to click on any such unverified or suspicious link. Also, WhatsApp users are suggested to stick to the updates rolled out by WhatsApp only and not be on the lookout for any third-party modifications to make to the app.