Redmi Be aware 10 has allegedly obtained Bureau of Indian Requirements (BIS) certification, suggesting that it might launch within the Indian market within the close to future. A Xiaomi telephone with mannequin quantity M2101K7AI was noticed on BIS web site, that’s believed to be Redmi Be aware 10. The smartphone has been within the information for a while now and it has beforehand been noticed on the US FCC web site. Redmi Be aware 10 is predicted to launch in India in February. Nevertheless, Xiaomi has not shared an actual date.
A Xiaomi telephone with mannequin quantity M2101K7AI, believed to be Redmi Be aware 10, was spotted on BIS certification web site by 91Mobiles. This means that the telephone will likely be launched in India as nicely. Whereas the corporate has not shared a launch date for the telephone, Redmi Be aware 10 is expected to reach within the nation subsequent month.
Lately, the rumoured Redmi Be aware 10 received FCC certification with mannequin quantity M2101K7AG. Contemplating the ‘G’ on the finish, it may very well be the worldwide variant. It might run MIUI 12, based mostly on Android 11, and include dual-band Wi-Fi in addition to 4G LTE assist.
Earlier reports have prompt that Redmi Be aware 10 might include a 6.53-inch show, a triple rear digital camera setup that includes a 48-megapixel major sensor, and a 6,000mAh battery. Redmi Be aware 10 can also be expected to come back in 4GB + 64GB and 6GB + 64GB storage configurations.
Earlier this month, the rumoured Redmi Be aware 10 Professional 5G allegedly received BIS certification and on the time, it was prompt that the telephone will launch in India within the first quarter of this yr. There may very well be a 5G variant in addition to a 4G variant of Redmi Be aware 10 Professional, each of which might launch within the Indian market. Redmi Be aware 10 Professional may very well be powered by the Snapdragon 732G SoC and backed by a 5,050mAh battery.
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