Xiaomi Redmi 10A is Soon Launching Globally; Entry-level Specs, Ultra-budget Price

Faisal Rasool

Redmi 10A belongs to the latest line of entry-level phones from Xiaomi. It was launched as a China-first model in April. And the phone maker is now gearing up to release the Xiaomi Redmi 10's sibling worldwide. The rollout will begin in India, and it should land in other Asian countries (including Pakistan) soon.

Official teasers are already up on Redmi’s social media pages. Per the see promos, the Xiaomi Redmi 10A will drop on April 20. We already know everything there is to know about the phone, except for the pricing.

The Redmi 10A display is a 6.53” IPS LCD. It’s an unremarkable panel that peaks at a mediocre 400 nits of brightness and 720P resolution. The notch bleeding into the screen contains a 5MP front camera.

The backplate contains an oversized camera housing with a single 13MP shooter (but it’s designed to resemble a triple-lens setup.) Next to the camera square of the latest Xiaomi mobile, an instant fingerprint scanner is embedded in the corner. We’re looking at a plastic casing available in blue, gray, and black colors.

Since it’s an entry-level model, the hardware inside is nothing to write home about. The engine at the heart of Redmi 10A is the MediaTek Helio G25. It’s paired with 4GB/6GB of memory and 64GB/128GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD card.) 

A 5000 mAh battery powers everything without any fast-charging support. In fact, the USB interface is the obsolete micro-USB standard. And the OS is the previous-gen Android 11 layered with Xiaomi’s MIUI. It presumably starts from ~ PKR 23,800.


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