Xiaomi Redmi 10A Prices Reduced in Pakistan; Rs 10,000 Discount for Both Variants

Sohail Akhtar

We have exciting news for Xiaomi enthusiasts in Pakistan: the company’s entry-level gem, the Redmi 10A, has become significantly cheaper. The brand, known for its competitive pricing, has further upped the excitement by reducing prices on its two variants.

The Xiaomi Redmi 10A (3/64GB) model, previously priced at Rs. 39,000/-, is now going on retail at just Rs. 28,999/-. Meanwhile, those eyeing the higher-end (4/128GB) model can snag it for Rs. 32,999/-, down from its initial Rs. 43,000/- price tag. Translation: Both variants are offering up to Rs. 10,000 discount. 

But let's dive deeper and decipher what's under the Redmi 10A's hood. Driven by the Mediatek Helio G25 processor, its performance gets a nod with an impressive score of 91054 on AnTuTu benchmarks. The included PowerVR GE8320 GPU ensures gaming and graphic-intensive tasks glide smoothly. 

With configurations available in both 3GB/64GB and 4GB/128GB, there's flexibility to cater to varied user needs. Aesthetically, the 10A offers a tactile back with black, silver, and blue finishes. The camera island initially appears crowded, but it contains a simple 13MP primary sensor. Stay updated with the latest Xiaomi smartphone price trends to make an informed choice when shopping for a new phone.

Xiaomi gets crafty by embedding a fingerprint sensor within the camera module, keeping things sleek. The front side embodies a 5MP selfie sensor nested in a minimalistic water-drop notch.

The Redmi 10A's display has a 6.53-inch HD+ IPS LCD panel underneath. The screen has a decent 720 x 1600 and a pixel density of 269 PPI. It runs the Android 11 OS dressed with Xiaomi's signature MIUI 12.5. Storage sniffers will appreciate the dedicated MicroSD slot for that extra space boost.

The Redmi 10A doesn’t skimp on battery life either. The device features a robust 5,000mAh battery that sticks with you throughout the day. Though it has a 10W charging cap, it promises a seamless experience once fully charged.


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