This smartphone is basically a mini-laptop, what with its huge display screen, huge RAM, powerful helio processor and awesome cameras.
The most distinguishing feature of the Note 10 Pro is its nearly 7-inch display. It even manages to carry a native 1080p resolution and 90 Hz refresh rate unlike the 720p display of most other inexpensive smartphones. PPI is identical to the competing Samsung Galaxy A52 5G and response times are also better than expected considering the low asking price.
When compared to the MediaTek Helio G85 in the Hot 10S, the Helios G95 is significantly faster. Most CPU-heavy and GPU-heavy benchmarks show the G95 to be well ahead by quite the margin. Overall performance is most comparable to the mid-range Snapdragon 750G.
Not only is storage capacity two times larger than on the Hot 10S, but sequential transfer rates are also two times faster. Smartphones with UHS 3.1, such as the OnePlus 9, can have transfer rates 2x to 4x faster than our Note 10 Pro.
The Infinix Note 10 Pro is a great example of higher-end features trickling down to lower-end models. One previously had to pay hundreds of dollars more for a 90 Hz 1080p display with 180 Hz touch sampling rate, fast response times, IR scanner, 64 MP camera, 256 GB of storage, 8 GB of RAM, and a processor that’s actually decent.
I believe that future models will start to incorporate even more auxiliary features like an onscreen fingerprint reader, wireless charger, or 5G connectivity.