Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi started teasing the Redmi Note 10 series just yesterday. It promised to reveal more details today. And in line with the same, the company today confirmed that the Redmi Note 10 series will launch in India in early March. Xiaomi did not share an official launch date just yet.
Redmi Note 10 India Launch Date
In an official tweet from the Redmi India account, the Chinese giant said “Redmi Note 10 series – 2021’s smartphone of the year is making its way home in early March.” It will be an upgrade to the Redmi Note 9 series from last year. Redmi Note 9 series included three phones, i.e Redmi Note 9, Note 9 Pro, and Note 9 Pro Max.
#RedmiNote10 series – 2021's smartphone of the year is making it's way home in early March. ⚡️
India's most-loved smartphone series is getting an upgrade unlike anything anyone's ever seen before! 👀
— Redmi India – #Redmi10Prime | All-round Superstar (@RedmiIndia) February 10, 2021
As per previous reports, the Redmi Note 10 series has received BIS certification. The vanilla variant carries the model number M2101K7AI whereas the Pro variant carries the model number M2101K6I.
Redmi Note 10 Series: Rumored Specifications
Not much is known about the two upcoming phones, but we are hearing chatter for a Snapdragon 732G-powered Redmi Note 10. It will most likely sport a 120Hz LCD display (an upgrade over the existing 60Hz panel), a 64MP quad-camera system, a 5,050mAh battery, and up to 6GB RAM and up to 128GB built-in storage.
The Redmi Note 10 Pro, on the other hand, is speculated to arrive with Snapdragon 750G 5G chipset under the hood. This means we can expect to see the first-ever 5G-enabled Redmi Note smartphone launch in India next month. Would you like it better if it arrives with the MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset?
Moreover, a recent 91Mobiles report revealed the color variants for the Redmi Note 10 series models. The standard variant will include Gray, White, and Green color variants while the Pro variant will arrive in Bronze, Blue, and Gray colors. We currently have no information on the design of the devices, so stay tuned for more details.