A Chinese smartphone company finally launched their latest budget smartphone, namely the Xiaomi Redmi 10, in Malaysia. However, it will soon be available for the Global Markets, according to Xiaomi. After so many rumors, and teasers, the wait is finally over, and the successor for the Redmi 9 is here. A Tweet from Xiaomi Malaysia Official officially announced the smartphone’s launch. However, there has been no official news regarding when the smartphone will arrive for the Indian markets.
Carbon Grey, Pebble White, and Sea Blue are the color variants that the Redmi 10 will sport. And some reports suggest that the smartphone will be going out for sale from August 20th onwards. The design of the Redmi 10 comprises a bezel-less display with a center-aligned punch-hole front camera housing.
Redmi 10 Price & Specifications:
The Redmi 10 comes with a 6.5-inch FHD+ AdaptiveSync display capable of providing a refresh rate of 90Hz. The display also features a sunlight mode to reduce glare and a Reading Mode 3.0 to reduce strain on consumers’ vision. The latest MediaTek Helio G88 SoC powers the phone, and the benchmarks of the processor look pretty promising, as it is well equipped for gaming.
The storage options of the smartphones include a 4GB RAM plus 64GB storage options priced at USD 179 (Rs. 13,300), a 4GB RAM plus 128GB storage variant priced at USD 199 (Rs. 14,800), and a 6GB RAM plus 128GB storage variant priced at USD 219 (Rs. 16,300). However, for the Malaysian markets, the two smartphone models are cheaper at MYR 649 (Rs. 11,400) for the 4GB RAM plus 64GB storage variant and MYR 749 (Rs. 13,100) for the top 6GB RAM plus 128GB variant. For the OS, the Redmi 10 runs Mi’s MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11.
The camera layout of the smartphone comprises a quad-camera setup that houses a 50MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, and a 2MP macro camera. The front camera of the smartphone houses an 8MP selfie camera. In addition, the smartphone’s battery capacity is sized at 5000mAh and supports 18W fast-charging and 9W reverse wired charging.
In other features, the smartphone comes with the infamous 3.5mm headphone jack, a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. And under the connectivity options, the smartphone provides support for 4G LTE enabled dual-sim slots, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and a USB Type-C port.
The Redmi 10 looks like a fierce competitor in the budget smartphone category and packs a lot of power for the price it charges. However, the smartphone is still not available for Indian consumers, so keep an eye out, as it will be arriving soon in India.