DxOMark experts got to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 smartphone to assess its autonomy and battery in general. Recall that the device has a 5000 mAh battery, which is the norm in this class.
At the same time, the result of the smartphone was above average. The device took second place with 87 points, losing 1 point only to the monster Samsung Galaxy M51 with its 7000 mAh battery.
True, here you need to consider the situation in more detail. Directly for autonomy, the Xiaomi smartphone received 81 points against 96 points for the Galaxy M51, so there is no magic. Redmi Note 10 managed to close the gap thanks to fast charging, for which the device received 80 points against 61 points for the Samsung smartphone. Recall that the charging power of the first is 33 W, and that of the second is 25 W. At the same time, due to the smaller battery, the Xiaomi smartphone charges faster: in 52 minutes to 80% and in 1 hour and 29 minutes before being fully charged. Galaxy M51 results are 1 hour and 23 minutes and 2 hours 25 minutes, respectively.