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Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 US$164.40 (~A$215.46) & Redmi Note 10 Pro US$246.40 (~A$317.87) Delivered @ Hong Kong Goldway AliExpress


Update 3: Redmi Note Pro - Sold Out

Update 2: US$25 store coupon valid for Note 10 - US$20 store coupon valid for Note 10 Pro. Both stack with promo code 2021OOTD5 for a further US$5 discount.

Update: There's a US$25 store coupon available now, which reduces price on both phones further. credit postman

Global versions of Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 & Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro have just been released.

Note Make sure to claim the US$25 off on US$25.01 Store Coupon now as they're limited - Coupon valid from March 8th 7:00pm AEDT

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10


  • 6.43" AMOLED 2400x1080P Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 678, Adreno 612
  • Android 11
  • 4GB + 64GB or 4GB + 128GB
  • Cameras 48MP+8MP+2MP+2MP Quad Rear Camera & 13MP Front Camera
  • 5,000mAh battery - 33W wired fast charging
  • Dual SIM Dual Standby (Nano SIM Card Slot x 2+ Micro SD Card Slot x 1)
  • Band 28
  • 3.5mm headphone jack

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro US$246.40 (~A$317.87) Sold Out

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  • 6.67" 120Hz AMOLED 2400x1080P Display
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 5 & Frosted Glass Back
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G, Adreno 618
  • Android 11
  • 6GB + 64GB or 6GB + 128GB
  • Cameras 108MP+8MP+5MP+2MP Quad Rear Camera &16MP Front Camera
  • 5,020mAh battery - 33W wired fast charging
  • Dual SIM Dual Standby (Nano SIM Card Slot x 2+ Micro SD Card Slot x 1)
  • Band 28
  • NFC
  • 3.5mm headphone jack

To get prices in title:

  • Apply US$25 off on US$25.01 Store Coupon for Note 10
  • Apply US$20 off on US$20.01 Store Coupon for Note 10 Pro
  • Apply promo code 2021OOTD5 for US$5 discount.

Note: Title prices include GST. Approximated AUD price, based on today's MasterCard rates, paying in USD. Stackable with cashback.

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  • Will these work with 5g in Australia?

  • Will they show ads?

    • Out of the box there are ads in some of the system apps etc

      • We have 6 Xiaomis here and have never seen an ad in any of the system apps. Tons of them in the PlayStore apps.
        Anyway, MIUI 12.5 will allow users to uninstall most unnecessary system apps… so I have read.

        • Disagree, there are ads in the default system security app.

        • There are ads in calendar and video player.

          They are super rare IME though, like I think I saw two notifications from calendar ads and i opened the video player once (because why would i open a program again that showed me an ad as the first thing it did?).

          Enough to make me never use Xiaomi again.

          • @Diji1: Yes I remember there were in-app ads in these 2 and some others. Good thing is that these are not the more intrusive notification type ads. You don't see the ads if you don't use these apps. But once I've switched off "Recommendations' thru the app's settings the ads have vanished completely.

    • Help yourself whenever you buy Xiaomi phones, head to Xiaomi.eu and flash their ROM. No ads whatsoever, way better than the stock one, but based on original MIUI ROM.

      That's the first thing I always do, even when I haven't even put the sim on

      • +1 thanks. I'll do this if I see anymore ads on my Xiaomi. I think since miui 12 most ads can be disabled thru settings

  • Nice to see good budget phones getting AMOLED screens now.

    • The reasons to pay 1.5k for a phone really are limited these days.

      • I actually can't think of much reason to get a $1.5k or at all..

      • -2 votes

        1.5 K phones feel nicer in the hand

      • Agreed $1500 is insane. These are crazy cheap however due to the built in ads and data mining. You are paying for this phone with more than just dollars.

        Chinese companies do some pretty creative stuff when they're just an app - see tiktok debacle - image what they do when they make the OS!

        • tiktok debacle

          What's that?

          crazy cheap however due to the built in ads and data mining

          I don't think you understand what Google Android is.

        • What makes me stick with Xiaomi over the years is how was it is to flash custom ROM. They even provide you with the official program to unlock your bootloader.

          My point is, you get what you pay for, they get their profits through the software, not the hardware. But, since it's Android, you can easily remove those nasties with third party MIUI based ROM. Stock MIUI experience without the added BS

    • … and headphone jacks and micro-SD card support.

  • +1 vote

    is the redmi note 10 pro a better choice than the poco x3 nfc given they are about the same price?

    • If you want to pay a bit extra for the AMOLED then sure.

      Plus the 10 Pro launches with Android 11 so it will be supported for longer (though xiaomi phones usually have strong custom rom scenes if that's your thing).

      I've been using the X3 for a few months now and don't have any issues at all with it, but if I was looking for a new phone I'd spend a bit extra for this.

      • The only thing that keeps me from buying one of these is the fear of infrequent/belated official updates.

        I'm perfectly okay with custom roms, but I really need banking apps to work as well. I know Magisk is a thing, I use it for GPS mocking on a backup phone, but I'm not clued up enough to know if it's safe to rely on it.

        Does anyone know much about Xiaomi's update policy with phones like these? Or will only time tell?

        • They usually do the standard 2 year android/3 year security.

          I've had my Poco X3 since December and have received around 3-4 updates (security/"misc bug fixes" updates).

          Fair call about the banking stuff though, that's what's stopping me from installing a custom rom just yet!

          I believe it does work properly but yeah, always safer to stay on official for as long as possible.

        • Magisk was safe enough to use with apps that hate root the last time I checked. And that was 7 days ago.

        • A few years back, Xiaomi were the top Chinese brand when it came to updating their phones. I think they even beat OnePlus. Not sure about now though.

          Between myself and my family, we've had over 5 different models (Redmi and Mi A phones), and while they may be slow with updates and upgrades, they're better than not getting any at all. As time goes on, some phones may get newer versions of MIUI but not Android upgrades. They still get security updates and beat brands like Oppo.

          If you want something that has the best official support, go with Pixel, Nokia or Samsung. For Chinese phones, Xiaomi are probably still better than most.

          If that doesn't sway you, Xiaomi are the only other phone maker besides Huawei who make phones with infra red blasters. Might be useless to many, but that has saved me a number of times at work and when travelling.

    • +1 vote

      oh, the 128gb is much more expensive

      poco x3 nfc 64gb ~$209, 6/128gb ~$219 + gst
      redmi note 10 pro 64gb $229 + gst? 6/128gb $?

      from https://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?i&sSearch1=&idPhone2=1...

      redmi note 10 pro has better screen & camera, ufs2.2 and a little bit more expensive

  • Poco x3 seems like the better buy, very similar on paper with the note 10 pro but about $60 cheaper on banggood currently

    Only main difference I’m seeing is better display tech, LCD vs amoled (but both same resolution & 120hz)

    • Don't forget peak brightness. This is an area where the POCO X3 suffers.

    • FYI. My daughter just cancelled her order for 2 Poco x3 (1 for her, 1 for BF) from BG because they took her money, showed stock, then never shipped. This was last sale.

      I'll tell her to go for the 10 Pro, I think. Unless something else comes along. I'm afraid her current cracked screen might disintegrate before any of these phones actually arrive to her!

  • Dumb question but would this be a major upgrade over my note 8 which is still going strong.

    • The Pro model would be.

    • Good question - my Note 8 screen is shattered to the point where I'm getting splinters.
      $170+ for a screen replacement or put the cash towards this one…..

      • Get a new phone with 6Gb RAM. My Samsung s8+ struggles to run with only 4Gb RAM which is why I bought Poco X3.

        POCO X3 with custom ROM feels a bit faster than my wife's Pixel 3XL! (SD845 CPU)

  • Is this good to use as a burner if you're selling stuff…

    • Cheaper to get a second Sim.

      What are you trying to sell that you think they will track you with IMEI?

    • it depends on what you are selling. for example, there are other cheaper options, If you are going to throw away the phone after few weeks.

      • Thats what I'm trying to ask.

        What are you selling where you need to throw away the phone after a few weeks?

        Sounds like a crazy high risk and probably high profit deals… If so, a $290 outlay is really pocket change.

  • How is the camera on one of these compared to say, a Galaxy s9?

    • Not sure about quality, but the lack of ois on this seems like an odd choice, and one that (especially video) users will really notice.

  • I haven't been following xiaomi for a while now, are these better buy, or should we focus on the k series or the poco series?

  • I'm upgrading from a Redmi note 4x after 3+ years. Looking at the Redmi note 9S.

    • rather get the note 9 pro.

    • Recently went from RN5 to RN9S. You will notice a big difference in weight and naturally the size.
      Camera for me is better than samples you find on the net and battery life is v good.
      Nice to have the 2 sim slots & micro sd as well. No NFC which I dont want anyway.
      Prices are odd… have seen the pro for similar price and even the Poco X3 for less so look around.
      This RN10 looks good too so you have some to choose from.
      Edit.. I would be looking more at this RN10 as it addresses my 2 complaints about the RN9S.. it's size and it's weight.

    • I did the same upgrade.

      I am really liking the 9s, especially the cameras. Having the wide angle camera is such a great addition.

      Screen is great, although will get itself stuck in this washed out look every now and again, which I think is the mode for under bright sunlight, but I have that turned off, and I have no idea how it triggers sometimes. It sorts itself out after a little while.

      Overall super happy with it as a phone, especially for the price. And, like the other Redmi's, the crazy good, 2 day, battery life is so convenient.

      • I have always had problems with auto brightness on phones so now just set it manually.

        • Yeah, no, I have that turned off. It's not that the auto brightness is kicking in, it's that the colours get all washed out/contrast goes to hell sometimes. It might be something it calls 'Sunlight Mode' which says 'Adjust brightness to strong ambient light when automatic brightness is off'… but I have that turned off too.

          In any case, it's a minor gripe that only happens sometimes.

  • Do these support tap n go payments for Australian banks/apps ?

  • I'm seeing US $205.85 and $288.84 for the cheapest normal/pro versions, which even after the coupon is higher than stated here?

    • +1 vote

      starts march 8 if the advertising is to be believed

      • Oh, I thought that just meant when the coupon becomes valid?

        • i'm guessing the price drops and then you apply the $20 coupon to get the advertised "final price". then + gst. dunno

  • Wifi calling is not working on all 3 carriers.

  • I've been waiting for a phone like this. The 8/128 is the one.
    However it's $462.
    Might as well of got the OPPO Reno 5G when it was $599 a year ago.

  • Tempted by my Xiaomi 9T is still running great.
    Think I'll wait for the international version of the recently released Redmi K40 series.

    Pretty happy with the updates so far, 18months in, last update was for Jan security update

    • Yeh i have the 9T. Thinking of selling it to get the pro here. Can't seem to get more than 4 or 5 SOT anymore regardless of what i do.

      Don't really want the pinhole camera vs all screen on 9T but will put up with it for better SOT

  • The price seems to be US $288.84 for the lowest specced Pro - where is the US $250? even with the $20 off, that's not the same… the promo image declares $229!

    Already covered

  • first time considering buying xiaomi, since this will be shipped from china what country is the adapter for the charging brick. Do they provide Australia version?

    never mind, they will provide adapter depending where u buy it from

  • Yes! Awesome new phones. Why would anyone buy anything else in the Android realm.