The Redmi 9’s replacement is on the way, and it has just received FCC approval.The FCC listing for the Redmi 10 reveals a number of specifications, including Dual-SIM support, MIUI 12.5 out of the box, and multiple memory folds, including 4GB/6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB storage.
There is no information on camera configuration, but previous reports have indicated a 50MP camera.According to rumours, the development began with a Sony camera sensor but ended with a Samsung one, specifically the ISOCELL JN1.
The ISOCELL JN1 is based on ISOCELL 2.0 technology and measures1/2.76” in size with 0.64 m pixels.Tetrapixel binning (4-in-1) is included, as is Double Super Phase Detection, real-time HDR, and improved autofocus thanks to redesigned microlenses.The video recording resolution will be 4K 60FPS and 1080p 240 FPS.
A Sony IMX355 ultrawide camera with 8MP resolution and a 2MP sensor will also be included.
The phone’s chipset has been the subject of conflicting reports.Some leaks have suggested a Snapdragon chip, while others believe it will have a MediaTek SoC, which will most likely be confirmed by benchmarks in the coming weeks.
Because the Redmi 10 has already been certified, it won’t be long before more details are released in the form of leaks and teasers.We also expect an official announcement in the near future.