Xiaomi’s Redmi 10A is part of the company’s latest line of entry-level phones. In April, it was released as a China-only model. Xiaomi is now preparing to release the Redmi 10’s sibling all over the world. The deployment will begin in India, with other Asian countries (including Pakistan) following soon after.
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Redmi’s social media pages have already posted official teasers. The Xiaomi Redmi 10A will be available on April 20th, according to the ads. Except for the price, we already know everything there is to know about the phone.
The display on the Redmi 10A is a 6.53″ IPS LCD. The display is ordinary, with a maximum brightness of 400 nits and a resolution of 720P. A 5MP front camera is hidden behind the notch that extends into the screen.
The backplate houses a large camera housing with a single 13MP sensor (but it’s made to look like a triple-lens system). A quick fingerprint scanner is built in the corner of the latest Xiaomi smartphone, next to the camera square. The housing is made of plastic and comes in blue, grey, and black colors.
Because it’s an entry-level device, the hardware isn’t particularly impressive. The MediaTek Helio G25 processor lies at the heart of the Redmi 10A. It has 4GB/6GB of RAM as well as 64GB/128GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD card.)
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Everything is powered by a 5000 mAh battery that does not support fast charging. In actuality, the USB interface is based on the micro-USB standard, which is already obsolete. And the operating system is Android 11 from the previous generation, overlaid with Xiaomi’s MIUI. It’s likely to start at PKR 23,800.