When picking a smartphone, a buyer has the final say. But here at allroundreview, we do our best to ensure you make that decision with all the informations available.

Today we will be comparing The Redmi Note 10 pro to the newly launched Poco M4 Pro to determine which best suits your needs.


Highlights of The Redmi Note 10 pro.

Despite being an older device in this comparison, the Redmi Note 10 pro is still one of the best budget devices to come from Xiaomi’s Redmi brand.

Amoled display, Snapdragon 732 8nm chipset and a 108mp quad camera setup. You can hardly go wrong with the Note 10 pro.

Redmi Note 10 pro box


Selling point of the Poco M4 Pro.

At such an affordable price range, the Poco M4 Pro has no business dropping with amazing specs like Dimensity 810 5G 6nm chipset, 90Hz refresh, and a solid 5000mah battery.


Tabular comparison.

SpecsRedmi Note 10 Pro Poco m4 ProSuperior
Display6.67 FHD6.6 FHDRedmi note 10 pro
Display protectionGorilla Glass 5Gorilla Glass 3Draw
IP Rating. IP53IP53. Draw
ChipsetSnapdragon 732Dimensity 810 5GPoco m4 Pro.
Rear Camera/main108mp.50mp.Redmi note 10 pro
RAM8GB6GBRedmi note 10 pro
Battery50205000Redmi note 10 pro
Fast charge support 33watts33wattsDraw.


Detail Comparison.


The Redmi Note 10 pro has a better display despite being the older device of the comparison.

The Note 10 pro is fitted with an Amoled display, a bigger 6.67 display, with a 120Hz refresh rate and is protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass 5.

Compared to Poco M4 pro’s 6.6 IPS display, 90Hz refresh rate and protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3, same protection on the Redmi 8.



Both devices are IP rated 53, for dust and splash proof, but only the Redmi Note 10 pro has a glass back[Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protected], the Poco M4 Pro has a plastic rear.



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The Poco M4 Pro is backed by the newly launched Mediatek Dimensity 810 5G chipset that was manufactured using a 6nm process.

The Note 10 pro comes with a less powerful Snapdragon 732 4G chipset, with an 8nm process.



Note 10 pro and the M4 Pro comes with dual stereo speakers.

Poco m4 Pro
Poco m4 Pro dual stereo speakers



The Redmi Note 10 pro is fitted with an amazing 108mp main camera in Quad[4] rear camera setup and a 16mp front facing single camera.

Redmi note 10 pro

The Poco m4 Pro is equipped with a 50mp camera main camera in a dual camera setup and a 16mp front facing camera.


Operating System.

Both devices comes with Android 11 out of the box, The Note 10 pro has the typical Miui user interface, while the M4 Pro tones it down a bit with the Poco skin.



Though both devices have the same 33watts fast charge support, the Note 10 pro comes with a slighly bigger 5020mah battery compared to the M4 pro’s 5000mah battery.

Bear in mind the M4 Pro has a better chipset with a smaller nano process at 6nm.

Poco m4 Pro



Both devices comes with WiFi, Fingerprint (side-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, compass, Infrared blaster and Bluetooth.

Only the Poco m4 Pro supports 5G network, which makes a huge difference if you are purchasing a device you want to use for more than a year.



The Note 10 Pro comes with different storage options like 6/64, 6/128 and 8/128.

Poco M4 Pro has a 4/64 and 6/128 storage versions.



Redmi Note 10 pro[8/128] $ 339

Poco m4 Pro $229 [6/128]



Finding a device that dwarfs the Redmi Note 10 pro in an overall comparison within the same price range won’t be possible, at least for the next 2 years.

The Redmi Note 10 pro gives a premium feel and does stand its ground as budget device when you consider its performance.

But, the absence of 5G connectivity and a weaker snapdragon 732 chipset on the Note 10 pro, does give the Poco M4 Pro a little edge over it, thanks to the presence of a better Dimensity 810 5G.

At this junction, there is no point romancing with cons and pros. The choice is yours, the question remains.

Will you pay an extra $100 to get the Redmi Note 10 pro’s premium feel, or you would rather go for the more affordable Poco m4 pro that gives you access to the 5G class?

Whatever your choice is, do let us know in the comment section below or tweet us @Allroundreview1 for a follow up.

Until the next one, stay safe.


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