Today, Redmi held a new product launch conference in Malaysia and officially released Redmi 10.
In terms of price, the Redmi 10 has 4GB+64GB and 6GB+128GB options. The former is priced at 649 Malaysian ringgits (approximately $153), and the latter is priced at 749 Malaysian ringgits (approximately $177).
As shown in the images, the front of Redmi 10 is similar to the Redmi K40, using a centered punch-hole screen solution. The screen size is 6.5 inches, the resolution is FHD+, and the refresh rate is 90Hz.
On the back, it looks identical to the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra. The main camera has a 50MP resolution, and there are a total of four sensors (50MP (aperture f/1.8) + 8MP ultra wide angle + 2MP macro + 2MP depth of field lenses). The front lens has an 8MP resolution and an aperture of f/2.0.
In the core configuration, the Redmi 10 is equipped with MediaTek Helio G88 processor. The 5000mAh battery supports an 18W fast charging.
It is worth noting that the Redmi 10 supports reverse charging, which can be used as a mobile power source to charge smart bracelets and other devices. Of course, it supports infrared remote control.
The machine will go on sale in Malaysia on August 20.
Taking into account that Redmi is already offering 5G smartphones within 1,000 yuan ($154), the possibility of Redmi 10 Chinese and global versions supporting 5G is not ruled out.