Just about the same time when the Redmi 9 was spotted on Xiaomi‘s RF Exposure website, the Redmi 10X has now made an appearance on Google Play Console listing. The Redmi 10X has always been a bit of bizarre rumor, but with time it seems to be becoming more and more legitimate. With this recent listing, it’s basically all but confirmed at this point.
The listing by the carrier gives us a bit more info than the one at TENAA. Redmi 10X will ship with MIUI 11 and Android 10 out of the box. The USB-C port will be 2.0, while the microSD slot supports cards of up to 512GB size. As for the design, the Redmi 10X may look similar to the Redmi Note 9, according to a recent listing on a Chinese retailer site. This means you can expect a punch-hole display on the front and a quad camera setup and fingerprint sensor on the back within a rectangular module.
The listing shows that the Redmi 10X 4G would bear the codename Merlin and will feature a MediaTek Helio G70 processor instead of the Helio G85 chipset that’s powering the Redmi Note 9. The processor is bundled with a Mali G52 GPU firing up the graphics. The smartphone will also come with 3GB RAM but we expect other options.
Pricing is also revealed – this 6/128GB device will cost CNY1,499 ($211/€195). It will launch in three colors – Sky Blue, Pine Morning Green, and Ice Fog White – but we are yet to learn the actual launch date.
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