You can now buy the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 and Note 10 Pro in Spain: AliExpress Plaza has them, and with a coupon
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Xiaomi renews its Redmi Note range, one of the best-selling in its catalog. It does so by keeping prices below 300 euros in the Redmi Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, which you can already buy in Spain thanks to AliExpress.
Yesterday the new Xiaomi mid-range were officially presented in Spain, with special attention to the Redmi Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, aspiring to revalidate the best-selling title of their predecessors.
It will not be surprising that they do, especially if we see the price that both already have, and that is AliExpress Plaza has gone ahead and sells both models in Spain: 214 euros the Redmi Note 10 and 288 euros the Redmi Note 10 Pro, both with the possibility of getting the seller’s coupon that appears in this page (you have to click on it).
With it you will have an additional 16 euros discount, so the price becomes truly attractive for how much they both offer, especially the Redmi Note 10 Pro that we have already been able to test.
In just 2-3 working days from the moment of purchase you will have them at home, a luxury since they are not yet for sale on Amazon or even in the official Xiaomi store in our country.
The main differences between the two devices have to do with power and screen. The Redmi Note 10 Pro has a 120 Hz refreshment screen (although the Redmi Note 10’s panel is also AMOLED) and its processor is a Snapdragon 730 that significantly surpasses the 678 of its younger brother.
Something they do share is the battery, 5,000 mAh with fast charging at 33W, something that always helps, especially if you have to leave home quickly and need to have enough for the rest of the day.
In any case, for value for money they have little to envy their respective competitors, And to that we must add that the Redmi Note have been going strong in Spain for years, so a good part of the capture work has already been done.
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