Redmi 10X 5G Gaming Review – CoD Mobile, PUBG and MORE!

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Here is my gaming review of the Redmi 10X 5G! Asphalt 9, PUBG and for the first time ever on Frankie Tech, Call of Duty Mobile! Is this Dimensity 820 powered budget 5G phone also a gaming BEAST? Also a VERY exciting anouncement at the end! #Redmi10X5G #Redmi10X #Redmi #FrankieTech

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  1. This phone is the best, having a 5g, not heating phone, and specially it is very cheap for its specs. Btw I'm using it now and I don’t have major problem. I have minor problems like hanging and you need to restart the phone but I don't think its bad, maybe its because of it's UI having some issue that they haven't resolve. So far so good. 🙂

  2. Frankie. Love your videos.
    Can I propose a video or a discussion?
    I recently got my new phone, a Oneplus 8 Pro.
    I've noticed that my phone will warm up more than my previous phones (1x 855+, 2 x 855, and then several SD 845s etc) for gaming / benchmarks (heavy) and even for social media (moderate) tasks. I've never got to the extent of the phone warning of overheating, and I havent suffered significant throttling or anything, but certainly FEEL more heat.
    Since you have amassed so many phones with SD865, can you look to compare their cooling solutions over similar usage? like benchmarking or gaming?
    Im happy with the performance of my 8 Pro, but given how expensive the phone is, I'd like to ensure that my battery will stay strong over the next 1.5 years, and I feel the heat that the SD865 can give off may be detrimental to that longevity.
    Thanks in advance!