Every day there is less to the debut, in the Chinese market, most likely before the popular 11/11, of the expected Xiaomi Redmi Note 10, and its subsequent leap to the international market, to take over from the successful, although with some problem, Redmi Note 9 in its different versions. Thus, as expected, little by little new leaks are appearing that try to tell us what to expect from this new generation of Redmi Note. However, the last one, instead of confirming the previous ones, pose changes with respect to what we “knew” until now.
I’m talking, specifically, about a leak on Weibo of DigitalChatStation, a popular filter with a high hit rate and therefore worth giving some credibility, although it is true that a few hours after its publication, the message about the news of the Redmi Note 10 was no longer accessible (I do not know the reasons). Be that as it may, we are going to review what was deduced from it, according to posted by Gizchina. And yes, surprises come that we did not expect.
With market arrival scheduled for sometime between late October and early November, the Redmi Note 10 would arrive in two versions, Redmi Note 10 and Note 10 Pro, whose main difference would be the chip that moves them. And it is that in the first we would find a SoC MediaTek Dimensity 720, while for the second Xiaomi would have opted for a SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G. This is one of the surprises, as previous leaks pointed to a Dimensity 820 and / or a Snapdragon 765G. It is so surprising that, at this point, for the moment the best thing is to attend to all the leaks, but without giving more weight to some than to others.
Redmi Note 10: two versions, two 5G SoCs
The SoC MediaTek Dimensity 720 that hypothetically would mount the Redmi Note 10 has two high-performance Cortex A76 cores at 2 GHz and another six Cortex A55 with lower performance, also at up to 2 GHz, Mali-G57 MC3 GPU and, a very important detail, 5G modem. For its part, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G It is an 8nm process chip. The CPU uses an eight-core design, which includes two large cores and six small cores for low power consumption. The large core is Cortex A77 and integrates the Adreno 619 GPU. And yes, indeed, both models would therefore be compatible with 5G networks.
Another important difference between the Redmi Note 10 and the Note 10 Pro we would find in the camera. And the first would have a 48 megapixel main camera, but the pro version would take a huge leap, standing at 108 megapixels, an uncommon resolution in mid-range, mid-low, and that if confirmed, would undoubtedly be a great point in its favor, still waiting to know its specific specifications.
Regarding its prices, if the forecasts are met, the Redmi Note 10 should go on sale in China for around 1,000 yuan, while the Pro would amount to 1,500 yuan, about 126 euros and 190 euros respectively. However, it would be quite naive to expect these prices to remain in international markets, but we should not be too surprised if we see those prices grow by a minimum of 100 euros when they arrive in Europe.