Shortly after Redmi 10, Xiaomi also introduced a variant Redmi 10 Prime, which is intended primarily for India, and it is not clear at this time whether it will ever look at other markets at all. At first glance, the phones are the same, but under the hood we have a larger battery.
The Redmi 10 Prime got a bigger battery
As with the Redmi 10, it covers the front 6.5 ″ LCD display with 90Hz refresh rate and Full HD + resolution. It is then located on the back 50MPx main sensor with f / 1.8 aperture together with 8MPx ultra wide and 2MPx macro and 2MPx depth sensor. The chipset is ticking under the hood MediaTek Helio G88 along with 4/6 GB RAM and 64 / 128GB storage. The only difference compared to the standard Redmi 10 is it is larger 6,000mAh battery.
The global version has 5,000 mAh battery capacity. It supports 18W charging and you can also use the phone as a power bank and charge other devices with a power of 9 W. The software is of course MIUI 12.5 built on Android 11 and in India they charge for the phone 12,499 INR (about 3,700 crowns without tax) in the case of the basic variant.
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