The Xiaomi Redmi 10 Power will be Xiaomi’s newest low-cost smartphone when it goes on sale on March 17, the company has revealed. However, before the Redmi 10’s formal introduction, Xiaomi has teased multiple times on its official site, implying that the global model’s specs would be comparable to those of the phone. As a result, there isn’t much left to ponder.
As per estimation, the phone is to be price between Rs 10,000 and Rs 12,000. The new model is to be in the same price range as the company’s previous models. It’s worth noting that the Redmi 9 was for Rs 9,499, while the 9 Prime is available for Rs 10,499.
The teasers have already given us a glimpse of what it will look like. The forthcoming Redmi 10 features a traditional look for a device in this price range. The waterdrop-style notched display on this gadget departs from Xiaomi’s regular punch-hole design for its mid-range smartphones.
On the rear, there are two cameras, one on each side, and a “huge display.” The fingerprint sensor is also there in the manufacturer’s back camera module.
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According to the teasers, the phone’s rear features a textured finish. In addition, Redmi 10 boasts a “huge battery” and supports quick charging, according to Xiaomi’s claims. An 18W charger is included in the worldwide model’s battery.
Teasers suggest that the Redmi 10 come with a Snapdragon 625 SoC instead of the 12nm MediaTek Helio G88 found in the global model. It will also include “super-fast storage” in addition to a more power-efficient processor. UFS 2.1 or UFS 2.2 storage options are available.
The back panel has a dual-camera arrangement, which is surprising because the worldwide model has four cameras. However, it seems in the teaser that the Indian version includes a primary back camera with a depth sensor that is 50 megapixels in resolution.
This variant in India does not have the 8-megapixel super-wide-angle sensor. However, it might come pre-installed with MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11, which would be the most recent version available.