I got the power!

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I am pretty sure once in a while you will face this situation whereby you have too many chargers to carry for a trip. It depends on the number of gadgets you have. You will be very lucky if you are not in the Apple Ecosystem whereby you need to have another lightning cable for your iOS devices.  However, it does not matter whether you are an Android or Apple user, but when you have more than 2 devices with you, all problems are the same. You just need to find a very powerful yet safe charger to charge all the power-hungry devices, especially if you have an iPad that requires an 18W and above charger plus if you have a laptop. You will have at least or the most 2 chargers with you all the time. My god! I just wrote e a whole paragraph to describe how messy is this situation in the modern tech world. One of the chargers that I bought many years ago is this Xiaomi 6 port charger which can output 60W. The second charger I bought is from ZMI with 65W. All the above 2 charges are not able to

Xiaomi 10t Pro - Why?

I am searching for a smartphone that can take good pictures, videos and is fast enough to play Mobile Legend Bang Bang and last but not least, a long-lasting battery and not like dropping 1% every minute situation.
I was using Xiaomi as a backup phone all the time. When I quit iPhone, I tried Huawei (Honor), then Samsung, Vivo, Oppo and finally made 1 big trip back to Xiaomi. 
Why do I want to give it a try again on Xiaomi? It is because of the price point. After going one round cycle searching for various brands, I have to admit, Xiaomi still offers the lowest price for the highest possible hardware specification.

I did try Xiaomi smartphones with Snapdragon 7 series such as Redmi Note 10 Pro and Mi 11 Lite and in fact, I did try Mi 10T with Snapdragon 865. But, I want to really focus on the camera specs and finally, I found Mi 10T Pro with 108 Megapixels. With the new OS MIUI 12.5 whereby Xiaomi promise to fix tons of the bugs and UI, I take another leap of faith. 
From a software perspective, Xiaomi did keep its promises and I saw much improvement in the UI especially the notifications. The battery life was enhanced too because after playing Mobile Legend Bang Bang for 20 minutes, the battery life just drop by 6%. If you charge it full 100%, then basically it remains as 100% after 20 mins gameplay. It is a similar experience to iOS or Huawei EMUI. I can happily conclude that MIUI is back and alive.

Then I move forward to get a very serious test on the camera. When I was checking on the photos and videos quality, I can't believe my eyes and I need to run the same video test twice to compare my mid-range smartphone, Samsung Galaxy A72.

At this point in time, I am in dilemma. Where should I go from here?

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