- Redmi Note 10 series is scheduled to launch in India on March 4th
- All the phones in the lineup will be equipped with the “best mid-premium Snapdragon processors”
- The Redmi Note 10 phones will get large batteries, big displays, and quad rear cameras
Redmi Note 10 series India launch is almost upon us, and we’ve just received confirmation that all the phones in the lineup will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. According to Xiaomi, the company has partnered with Qualcomm to bring the best mid-range phones of this year. It seems the Redmi Note 10, Note 10 Pro, and Note 10 Pro Max will be powered by Snapdragon 700-series processors, as per a tweet by the company. It is possible that Redmi may use the Snapdragon 720G, 765G, and even the latest 768G chipsets on the upcoming devices. The upcoming phones are also expected to feature large batteries, big displays, and up to quad rear cameras.
Redmi Note 10 specifications
In the last few weeks, Redmi has confirmed some of the features coming to the new Redmi Note 10 smartphones. All the phones are expected to come with a punch-hole display with high refresh rates, and offer IP52 dust and water resistance. The smartphones will be protected by Gorilla Glass in the front and will have a premium build. According to posters released by Xiaomi, the phones will also get hi-res audio, and large batteries that can last all-day long.
Xiaomi has also confirmed that the phones will get better haptic feedback, and the Pro variant may even have an in-display fingerprint scanner. The posters don’t reveal which of the phones are getting the mentioned features. What is confirmed is that all the phones in the lineup will be powered by a Snapdragon 700 series processor. This means that games will work better, and we may also see 5G support on some variants.
As per previous rumours, the standard Redmi Note 10 will get a Snapdragon 732G chipset, a 120Hz display, 64-megapixel quad camera setup, up to 6GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a 5,050mAh battery. We won’t have to wait too long to find out though, as the launch date is only weeks away.