Redmi Note 10 Series To Use 100MP Main Camera

On the evening of February 25, the Redmi K40 / Pro flagships were unveiled in China. The starting price is at 1999 yuan ($299) (6GB+128GB). Following the debut of the K series flagship, Redmi’s new mid-range product, the Redmi Note 10 series, will soon debut globally. In addition, the new series will come to India on March 4.

Today, Manu Kumar Jain, head of Xiaomi’s India business, announced that the Redmi Note 10 series will include a 100MP main camera (108MP). Manu Kumar Jain also said that the Redmi Note series, as the most popular smartphone series in India, will redefine mid-to-high-end products.


Regarding the specifications of 100MP, Redmi has not announced the model. The model may be Samsung HM2. Officially, this is the third-generation 100MP machine, with a 1/1.52 inch outsole and 9 in 1 super large fusion pixel technology.

In addition to image upgrades, Redmi Note 10 also uses a hole-punch screen solution. Like the Redmi Note 9 Pro, the front camera of Redmi Note 10 is also on the center. However, the Redmi Note 10 screen material is AMOLED. At the same time, the Redmi Note 9 Pro National Bank version screen is LCD.

In mid-February, Redmi India conducted a survey on its Twitter page asking users what they would choose for the Redmi Note10. The dilemma was between an LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate or AMOLED. More than 88% of the respondents chose the AMOLED screen. The company subsequently removed the survey.

Thus, we can see that the company decided to satisfy the needs of its users and chose an AMOLED screen.

Previously, India has clarified that the entire Note 10 series will come with the Snapdragon chipsets. This also halts all the rumours and speculations about the inclusion of the MediaTek Dimensity series chipsets such as the Dimensity 800U.

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