Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro and Realme 10 Pro Plus are quite similar in terms of specifications and price. But which one is better?

Speaking of case materials, it is preferable to choose the Redmi Note 12 Pro as its back panel is glass (plastic at Realme). In addition, Xiaomi has IP53 protection.

In both cases, the screens are 6.7 inches. Both have Full HD+ resolution, support HDR 10+ and refresh rates are 120Hz. At the same time, Redmi has a dynamic refresh rate, so you can choose it yourself. It also has a higher brightness: 900 nits versus 800 nits for Realme. Overall, the screens of these smartphones are excellent.

Fingerprint scanner for Realme is built into the screen for Xiaomi Redmi in the lock key. Xiaomi unlock works much faster.

Also, Realme no longer has a headphone jack, unlike Xiaomi. And the Redmi Note 12 Pro is equipped with an infrared port.

As for the sound, there are stereo speakers in both cases. In general, sound impressions remain better after Xiaomi.

Both smartphones are equipped with Dimensity 1080 processor (6/8 GB RAM and 128/256 GB permanent memory). The battery capacities of the devices are also the same: 5000 mAh.

Currently, Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro runs on Android 12 while Realme runs on Android 13. It turns out that the first will be updated to a maximum of Android 14 within two years of service, and the second to Android 15.

You can see the test results of the Redmi Note 12 Pro and Realme 10 Pro Plus processors above.

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Realme and Xiaomi have three lenses on the back. Realme 10 Pro Plus has 108MP main camera, 8MP ultra wide and 2MP macro lens while Redmi Note 12 Pro has 50MP, 8MP and 2MP lenses respectively. Photos on the main camera are usually a little more saturated in Realme, but sometimes Xiaomi takes the lead in this regard. Dynamic range is also better on Realme and better for portrait shots as well. Sample pictures are above.

Both smartphones can record videos at a maximum resolution of 4K 30fps. But they have no stabilization at this resolution. In general, a more stable and fluid picture comes out on Redmi. 30fps video at 1080p is also better with Xiaomi.

The two smartphones hold the charge a little longer Redmi Note 12 Pro. In standard use, Xiaomi takes about 8 hours of screen time, while Realme takes about 7 hours of screen time. Both devices come with a 67W charger. Both charge in about 1 hour.

If the looks and ergonomics of a smartphone are important to you, the Realme 10 Pro Plus will be a good choice. At the same time, it is still inferior to Xiaomi Redmi Note 12 Pro in other parameters.

Source: Ferra

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