Redmi is releasing the Redmi 10 Prime on September 3rd in India. The device will come with a MediaTek Helio G88 SoC and features a 90Hz IPS LCD. The big news about this device is its heavy-duty battery, i.e., 6,000mAh.
In a tweet, the Global VP of Xiaomi, Manu Kumar Jain revealed the battery size of the device and its release date.
Interestingly, it will be the lightest smartphone from Redmi to house this heavy-duty battery.
The device is expected to come in three variants:
- 4GB RAM+64GB ROM will cost around INR 13,300 ($179)
- 4GB RAM+128GB ROM will cost around INR 14,800 ($199)
- 6GB RAM+128GB ROM will cost around INR 14,800 ($199)
This smartphone will feature a 6.5-inch LCD with a Full HD+ resolution and an adaptive refresh rate. On the front, we will get an 8MP camera, while at the back there will be a quad-camera setup: 50MP main camera + 8MP ultrawide lens + 2x2MP depth and macro sensors.
The fingerprint scanner will be located on one side of the smartphone. The device will run Android 11 OS with MIUI 12.5 on top.
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