The Chinese company Xiaomi has just announced a new representative of the Redmi 10 series. This is the Redmi 10 Prime, a mid-range smartphone that debuted in India today. It boasts a high refresh rate display, powerful MediaTek processor and a large battery.
The Prime version of Redmi 10 has a 6.5-inch LCD display with a 90 Hz refresh rate, Full HD + resolution and a small O-cut for the front camera. On the back, you can see a massive rectangular module with rounded corners — there is a 50-megapixel main camera with an f / 1.8 aperture lens, an 8-megapixel camera with an ultra-wide-angle lens and two 2 megapixel modules, one of which acts as a macro camera, and the other is a depth sensor for portraits. The company of cameras is a LED flash.
The heart of the Redmi 10 Prime is the MediaTek Helio G88, an eight-core chipset made using a 12nm process technology. Depending on the version chosen, the company will have 4 or 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal memory. As for the autonomy of the new smartphone, a 6000 mAh rechargeable battery is responsible for it. That’s more than the original Redmi 10 for the global market. The new smartphone supports 18W fast wired charging via USB Type-C port. A suitable charger is included in the scope of delivery. In addition, Redmi 10 Prime can be used as an external battery to recharge other mobile devices. Reverse charging power will be 9 W. The pre-installed software platform is the Android 11 mobile operating system with MIUI 12.5 proprietary shell.
The first country to start selling Redmi 10 Prime will be India. There it will be available starting September 7th. The issue price is 12,499 rupees or 170 dollars for the version with 4/64 GB of memory and 14,499 rupees or 198 dollars for the model with 6/128 GB of memory. There are three available colors: black, white and gradient blue.