The devices with the code names M2004J7AC and M2004J7BC were checked by the Geekbench platform for their performance. These two smartphones are Redmi Note 10 and a more powerful version – Redmi Note 10 Pro. Both smartphones run on a MediaTek processor and offer support for 5G networks.
Redmi Note 10 Pro
The performance of the devices was tested up to ten times. In almost every test, a result of 645 points was achieved in the single-core test and 2600 points in the multi-core test. The test result confirms that the device works under the control of Android 10 and tests were carried out on a model with 8 GB RAM.
There is also information about the processor: ARM MT6875. It is most likely a new SoC from the MediaTek brand that will be presented next week or together with the premiere of the Redmi Note 10 Pro – just like the Redmi K30 Extreme Edition. It is an overclocked Dimension 800 with the + symbol at the end or Dimension 820 because it performs better than Redmi Note 10.
Redmi Note 10
This time only one measurement was taken and looks like this. 644 points in the single-core test and 2156 points in the multi-core test. The smartphone we tested also had 8 GB of RAM and the Android 10 operating system.
The smartphone uses the same processor – MT6875. However, if you look at the results of both devices, it loses a lot in the multi-core test to its stronger brother – Redmi Note 10 Pro. The device will probably be based on the usual Dimensity 800, without additional overclocking as with the Pro model.
Recently Xiaomi announced the Redmi Note 9 series worldwide. Most interesting, however, is that the Note 9 series doesn't come to China. This clearly gives us a hint that Xiaomi is working on the Note 10 series in China. This is not the first time that the Chinese market has skipped a touch phone. The Redmi Note 6 series was skipped in China and the Note 7 series was launched directly. Second, the time difference between the start of the Note 8 series and the Note 9 series is not too great. Currently, the Note 9 series cannot be described as the actual “successor” to the Note 8 series. There was no major jump from grade 8 to grade 9.