The Redmi Note 10 Pro is back on top of our trending chart at the conclusion of week 25, but the second-placed phone is sure to raise a few eyebrows.

The newly released Tecno Phantom X has reached levels of popularity that the company has never seen before, indicating that it could be a big winner. The Redmi Note 10 is still in third place, ahead of the Poco X3 Pro, while the Mi 11 Lite has climbed four spots to fifth place.

We have listed down the top 10 devices trending and provided a brief review of each. Read on to find out more.

1. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro (Max)

 Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro trending phone

The Redmi Note 10 Pro is the first of the next generation of inexpensive mid-rangers, and it includes one of the most popular features among fans: a 120Hz OLED display. It has a superior HRR OLED screen but is powered by the less powerful Snapdragon 732G CPU rather than the more expensive Snapdragon 750G 5G. The rest of the phone is almost unchanged from its predecessors: camera, speakers, battery, and rapid charging.

2. Tecno Phantom X

  Tecno Phantom X

To be reviewed.

3. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10

The Super AMOLED screen with high peak brightness, the decent camera system, the large, fast-charging battery, and the dual loudspeakers are the key attractions of the non-5G version of the Redmi Note 10. The Redmi Note 10 5G, on the other hand, makes do with an IPS display and foregoes quick charging and stereo speakers.

4. Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro

poco x3

The Poco X3 Pro is based on the Poco X3 NFC, and they both have the same design. The Pro version, on the other hand, has far superior hardware: it’s the first phone to operate on the Snapdragon 860 SoC, which is a repackaged version of Qualcomm’s once-flagship Snapdragon 855+ CPU.

5. Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite

 Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite

The Mi 11 Lite, like the Mi 11 Lite 5G, is based on the Mi 11 flagship and emphasizes similar features such as an HRR OLED screen, good camera quality, extended battery life, quick charging, and a smooth UI experience.

6. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G

It has a big 1440p screen with 120Hz native support, which is adaptive. It also includes two dedicated telephoto cameras, one with a 3x optical zoom and the other with a 10x optical zoom. It does include focusing on its ultrawide camera, which is useful for macro photographs. The new Ultra also includes compatibility for ultrawide-band and, surprise, surprise, S-Pen.

7. Samsung Galaxy A52

 Samsung Galaxy A52

The Galaxy A32, as well as the recently released Galaxy A72 and A52 duo, all provide excellent value, they are able to carry put complex tasks such as SMS backup. This year, though, it’s the plain Galaxy A52 model that shines the brightest and goes above and above.

8. Poco F3

Poco F3

Starting with its stunning glass shell with a robust plastic frame, the Poco F3 is jam-packed with top-notch features. The F3 features a 6.67-inch AMOLED screen with 120Hz refresh, one of today’s fastest platforms – the Snapdragon 870 5G chip, loud stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos, a configurable triple-camera configuration, and a huge battery with quick charging.

9. OnePlus Nord CE 5G

OnePlus Nord CE 5G

The OnePlus Nord CE 5G is the next mid-range killer, at least according to OnePlus’ marketing. And it’s probably quite close to the truth. The Nord CE isn’t a replacement for the original Nord, but rather a toned-down version of it, hence the CE moniker. The phone retains elements of the original Nord’s fundamental specifications, notably the design.

10. Samsung Galaxy A32

Samsung Galaxy A32

For starters, the displays are completely different between the variants, and the 4G’s is far superior – a 90Hz 1080p AMOLED vs. the 5G’s 60Hz 720p LCD. With high-resolution main and selfie cameras, the LTE variant also takes a couple of points in the camera category. The A32 5G counters with a chipset that is capable of 5G but also more powerful because to its latest cores.

Xiaomi will end OS updates for these devices

Six different Xiaomi, Redmi, and POCO devices will no longer receive official support, according to a new announcement from Xiaomi. Since these devices have been available for two years, MIUI