Redmi Note 10 Chinese Version To Sport VC Liquid Cooling System

The Redmi Note 10 Chinese version models will be announced on May 26. The recent promo materials reveal many features of the upcoming models.

Say, we can see that the back cover of the phone will adopt the stereo grating technology to provide vertical 3D texture. At the same time, we can see a “Phantom Blue” color variant.

The manufacturer also said that Redmi Note 10 will sport a full-blood version of dual-channel UFS 3.1 flash storage, bringing the flagship memory chip into mid-range smartphones. It can achieve a sequential read speed of 1801MB/s and a sequential write speed of 1292MB/s.

In terms of performance, this phone supports the high frame rate mode of 8 mainstream games. Also, it’s been tested to run a certain game at 90fps with very little frame drop.

Redmi Note 10 Chinese Version

The Redmi Note 10 Chinese version phones are expected to include a standard version and a Pro version. The standard version will be equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor, and the Pro version will be equipped with Dimensity 900 processor. The latter is based on a 6nm process and includes 2 Arm Cortex-A78 cores with a main frequency of 2.4GHz and 6 Arm Cortex-A55s energy-efficient cores with a frequency of 2.0GHz. Also, this chip has a hardware-level 4K HDR video recording engine, supports 108MP camera, 5G and Wi-Fi 6 connection, flagship storage specifications and 120Hz FHD+ Ultra HD resolution display.

Redmi Note 10 Chinese Version

The phone will also sport a VC liquid cooling system. This is the first time that the Note series smartphones come with flagship-level heat dissipation materials. The phone will also have a large heat dissipation area of ​​16370mm².

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