On 14 September, the Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi introduced the Redmi 10 into the Kenyan market. This new smartphone from Xiaomi has a lot to whisper in our ears, especially when you gaze at its not compromising Specifications at only a starting price of Ksh 17,500.
At the end of the previous month, we saw a document from the Xiaomi blog pertaining the specs of the Redmi 10. Well, a lot of information was 99% accurate. There was massive confusion before the gadget was officially introduced. However that side this entry-level from Xiaomi has the best to offer in any environment as far as the quality/price ratio is concerned.
Specifications of the Redmi 10
This Redmi 10 is no particular case to omit some rules and dazzles with its specialized sheet, which should be in context with the final cost. Furthermore, this is the place where Xiaomi does what it always does best. For under Ksh 20,000, the features attributed to this model lead to other devices in the entry-level segment.
- Screen: 6.5 inches, FHD+
- Refresh rate: 90Hz adaptive
- Measurement: 161.9 x 75.5 x 8.92 mm
- Mass: 181G
- Quadruple camera :
- 50 megapixel main sensor (f/1.8) ;
- ultra wide-angle 8 megapixel (120°, f/2.4) ;
- sensor with 2 megapixel macro lens (f/2.4) ;
- 2 megapixel depth sensor (f/2.4) ;
- 8 megapixel front sensor (f/2.0) ;
- Processor: MediaTek Helio G88 ;
- 5000mAh battery (supporting 18W) ;
- Supplied 22.5 W charger ;
- MIUI 12.5 and Android 11 ;
- Fingerprint reader ;
- 3.5 mm jack ;
To briefly summarise the device, we also discover stereo speakers, something that many manufacturers omit for most entry-level smartphones and an NFC chip that facilitates contactless payments. There is also a slot for the microSD card to allow storage up to 512 GB.
The good news is that the Redmi 10 can be found in many outlets in the country. The model has been presented in three primary colors (Carbon Gray and Pebble White with a classic matte finish and a bright and textured Navy Blue)