Why not try it yourself? All you need is a Win ISO, which you can download for free.
Your BootCamp assistant will walk you through the process of making a bootable USB, including downloading the drivers that you need to complete the Win install process, including preparing a second partition on your boot drive to be the windows boot drive.
If it does not go well for you, you just run the BC assistant a second time to remove the partition that you made, taking you back to normal macOS boot, and it isn't much harder than that.
As I said in post #2, I have Windows 10 Pro on a 2108 Mac mini and it's running fine. For details, see my signature.I cannot try it because I have not bought the machine. I am considering the one with 2.6GHz i7, 16GB RAM and 512SSD with Radeon 560X due to immediately availability. Anybody tried Windows 10 on this configuration?
Thanks but mini has different hardware than MBP so maybe different drivers are needed? I wonder how good is bootcamp support on the MBP these days.As I said in post #2, I have Windows 10 Pro on a 2108 Mac mini and it's running fine. For details, see my signature.
There is no reason to believe that it would run any differently on the computer that you're considering.