Xiaomi‘s sub-brand Redmi has already launched its Redmi Note 10 series of smartphones in India. But we didn’t get to see any Redmi 10 series devices, especially below INR 10,000 (~USD 135) in India. Now it’s looking like the company has started working on the device, as the name of two upcoming devices that will fall under the Redmi 10 series, has been tipped online. Let’s have a look at them.
New devices in Redmi 10 Series Launching Soon?
We have already leaked this news before. The C3L2 will be launched as Redmi 10A in China, India and Global. The device will succeed the Redmi 9A smartphone and will be codenamed “thunder” and “light”. The Redmi 10A will flaunt an upgraded triple rear camera setup with either a 50MP Samsung ISOCELL S5KJN1 or 50MP OmniVision OV50C primary camera sensor followed by an 8MP secondary ultrawide and 2MP ov02b1b or sc201cs macro camera at last. There are higher chances that the device will be powered by a MediaTek chipset, the same as the predecessor.
Talking about the Redmi 10C, it will be codenamed as fog”, “rain” and “wind”. The device will bring very few changes compared with the Redmi 10A smartphone. It will also be launched in the Global, China and Indian market. It will flaunt a similar camera with a 50MP Samsung ISOCELL S5KJN1 or OmniVision OV50C primary camera followed by a secondary 8MP ultrawide camera and a 2MP macro camera. It will be again powered by MediaTek chipset.
Now we will finally get to see its successor being launched officially. The Redmi 9C smartphone is another budget smartphone that offers specifications like a 6.5-inches waterdrop notch d display, MediaTek Helio G35, 13MP+2MP+2MP triple rear camera and much more. The Redmi 9C generally being available at around USD 180 and the 9A is generally available at USD 165.
From the given details, we can easily expect the devices to be priced below USD 200 or INR 12,000. Apart from this, we don’t have much information regarding the devices’ specifications, expected launch date and much more. Also, the Redmi 9A and 9C were available in a few selected regions only, and some can be applied on the upcoming Redmi 10C and Redmi 10A devices as well.