It seems leaks regarding the upcoming Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 are just beginning. The latest leaks come in via Tenaa’s Database in China where the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10, along with its basic specs have been leaked.
Based off of the data extracted from the Tenaa database, (courtesy of Slashleaks), the upcoming Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 is slated to sport Mediatek’s new Dimensity 820 SoC, upto 8GB of RAM, upto 256GB of internal storage, a 4420mAh battery, along with a 48MP triple camera array on its back along with a 16MP selfie camera upfront. What’s amazing though is that the Redmi Note 10 would also come with an Full HD+ OLED display, a 6.57-inch OLED to be specific. With a few companies now skipping Samsung altogether with the rise of Chinese OLED, there’s no telling where this OLED is being sourced from, either way, looks like a good addition.
In the performance department, a quick duck by the folks over at GSMArena spill the type of performance you could expect from the Dimensity 820. According to the Geekbench leak, the Redmi Note 10 is almost as fast as the Snapdragon 855.
Regarding dimensions, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 comes in at 164.15×75.75×8.99(mm) and weighs 208g according to the specifications released by Tenaa. Additional details that are yet to be confirmed include the addition of the headphone jack, which seems to be most likely the case, as long as a 60Hz 1080p display. Pricing is also a concern moving forward as prices on these budget phones begin to trend upwards.
Overall, this is incredible news, but it seems to be releasing prematurely, especially in an age where Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 9 series is absolutely killing it in terms of global shipments, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pricing’s yet to be confirmed, however, given Xiaomi’s history, expect the Redmi Note 10 to retail for around the $350 mark, with a probable launch of a Note 10 Pro in the $400 range.