Redmi 10 is being certified in Thailand, a sign that the launch in Asia is close and then it will arrive in Europe at an absolutely interesting price.
From the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) of Thailand comes very good news for those who are looking for a smartphone with good features and affordable price: the new Redmi 10 from Xiaomi is under certification.
At the beginning of 2021 Xiaomi launched the Redmi 9 Power, then two models of the Note series: the Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G and the Redmi Note 10T. Missing from the launch just the Redmi 10 "smooth", but apparently it is not long at least to see it on the Asian market. It should be a device slightly lower in features to the Redmi Note 10, but also by the lower price, which will be inserted in a market segment now crowded with competitors. Redmi, however, already in the past has shown to be able to fight very well in this range and now has a hard core of loyal customers, especially among young people.
Redmi 10: how it will be
To listen to the latest rumor is to bet that Redmi 10 will be a smartphone cheap, but very balanced. In fact, there is talk of a MediaTek Helio G88 chip, 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage.
The rear photo compartment is substantial, with four sensors: 50 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP. The selfie camera should be 8 MP. Good screen size, 6.5 inches, and also FHD+ resolution and 90 Hz refresh (now almost normal even in the range of phones from around 200 euros).
Redmi 10: how much will it cost
Considering that the standard Redmi Note 10 has a list price of 229.90 euros, it's clear that the Redmi 10 could fall a whisker below the 200 euro mark in Europe.
On other markets closer to China and with less heavy taxes Xiaomi Redmi 10 could cost even less than 150 euros at current exchange rates.