A new smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer is here with us. It is the Redmi 10, an elder brother of the Redmi 9, released last year.
The device was prematurely referenced on the site of a Singaporean reseller—the opportunity to discover its technical sheet, accompanied by first visuals.
50 Mpx sensor and 90 Hz screen for the Xiaomi Redmi 10
Compared to its predecessor, the Xiaomi Redmi 10 offers a noticeable improvement: the primary photo sensor increases from 13 Mpx to 50 Mpx. It is accompanied by an ultra-wide-angle of 8 Mpx, a macro sensor, and a depth sensor of 2 Mpx each. The whole forms an imposing rectangular photo module.
You will find an 8 MP camera on the front integrated into a punch. The 6.5-inch FHD+ LCD screen benefits from a 90 Hz refresh rate, also an improvement. Note that the jack has not disappeared and that the fingerprint sensor is located on the slice, while the Redmi 9 opted for a rear sensor.
Under the hood, the Xiaomi Redmi 10 carbide, the recent Helio G88 SoC from MediaTek, consisting of eight cores, including two Cortex-A75 cores clocked at 2 GHz. It is paired with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage space, at least in the preview version. Finally, the 5000 mAh battery compatible with 18W fast charging promises a solid battery life.
Nothing is yet known about the Xiaomi Redmi 10 and priced at 249 Singapore dollars which sums up to Ksh 20,443. The cell phone will be available in three colours: white, grey and blue.