Sep 06, 2020 News
In the busy smartphone market, Xiaomi has been one of the more active manufacturers, looking to make moves here and there to get an advantage over its competitors. Currently, another option is being added in the Redmi arrangement, as the Redmi Note 10 was as of late added to TENAA, an administrative power and provided us with a portion of the specs the smartphone may have. Maybe the greatest change in the forthcoming Redmi device will be that it's 5G empowered - in contrast to any of its predecessors. Proceeding onward, the phone’s relied upon to have a 6.57" OLED screen - something Xiaomi hasn't generally picked in the past in its mid range gadgets.
Now, we have in our hands some rumoured and leaked renders of the upcoming phone, which gives us a great idea about what the phone is going to look like - and we can’t help but to say that it’s pretty decent.
The new look takes away from what the Redmi 9 Series had, as Xiaomi has opted for a rounded camera module at the back, which looks different and unique. Furthermore, the back seems to be finished off with glass once again, just like its predecessor had Gorilla Glass 5. The edges look chamfered, and the overall look makes the phone elegant, and not at all what the price tag may be on this device - being around the 300 dollar mark.
In the second leak provided by the well known tipper SlashLeaks, we have the supposed about section of the phone, where it shows to have 8GB RAM, a processor with a 2.4GHz clock speed, which sits well with the rumours of the phone having the MediaTek Dimensity 820 as the SoC. The front camera punch-hole also seems to have moved to the left from the centre now, which may or may not upset Redmi fans as it’s a thing of preference.
The phone is expected to come somewhere at the end of this year, as it is likely going to receive plenty of attention which has become a common practice for the Redmi series now.