Redmi 10 Prime Launch In India

Xiaomi officially launched the Redmi Note 11 series on global markets. We expect the company now to make public its Redmi 11 series. The company seems to be continuing with the Redmi 10 series. The Redmi 10 was launched in May 2021. Now, the company seems ready to unveil a new device for 2022. It’s the Redmi 10a missing variant. This device is well-known for being cheaper and focusing more on the low-end segment. A new smartphone, the Xiaomi 220233L2C, was discovered today on the Geekbench 4 listing. It revealed its key specs. This is most likely the Chinese version of the Redmi 10A, which also passed through the IMEI listing with the model number 220233L2G.


Geekbench 4 lists the Redmi 10A with the MediaTek MT6762G CPU. This CPU is the MediaTek Helio G25 SOC. This is probably the lowest 12-nm chipset MediaTek sells. The device only contains eight ARM Cortex A53 cores and a clock speed of 2.0 GHz. It also features a GPU IMG PowerVR Ge8320 running at 650 MHz. Geekbench scored the device 791 points in single-core tests, and 3,630 in multi-core. It is worth noting that Geekbench 4’s results are better than Geekbench 5. It also runs Android 11 and has 4GB RAM. This device, which is identical to the Redmi Note 11 series, will be available with the 2020 Android version.

FCC has approved the Redmi 10A model number 220233L2G. It will be available in four trims, with no less than two GB RAM and 32GB Storage, three GB with 32GB, three GB with 32GB, and three GB with 64GB. A higher version is available with 4GB RAM and 128GB Internal Storage. The starting variants are extremely affordable, while the highest-end offering is more expensive. I think the 3GB and 64GB versions should suffice. The Helio G25 doesn’t have the fastest performance so maybe you don’t need the extra hardware.

The Redmi 10A will work with MIUI 12.5 software. The MIUI 13 update is not yet available for the Redmi Note 11 series. It will include a 13MP main camera and a 2MP auxiliary snapper. The handset will be equipped with a fingerprint scanner, as well as LTE connectivity. Wi-Fi can only be used at 2.4 GHz frequencies. This limitation is still being used in 2022 smartphones.

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