Xiaomi’s latest offering, the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max is right around the corner, with its launch expected to take place on March 4th or 5th. While the mobile giant has kept its specifications tightly under wraps, some informants on Twitter have seemingly unearthed a few details nonetheless. Do “note” that these are unconfirmed rumors and the final product may have some differences.
Coming with the color variants of Glacier Blue, Gradient Bronze, Vintage Bronze, Onyx Gray and Dark Night, the phone will have a 108MP quad-rear camera and a Gorilla Glass screen with IPS display (120 Hz refresh rate). Other common features include punch-hole selfie camera, a curved posterior and side-mounted fingerprint reader.
Battery, Processor, Storage and Memory
The phone is speculated to run on a Snapdragon 768G processor that supports 5G. It is expected to come with a 5,050 mAH capacity battery with fast charging enabled. Customers will have to choose between 2 options- one with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, or the other with 8GB RAM and same amount of storage.
Rest of the Lineup
The big guy won’t be coming alone, as it will be joined by its smaller siblings, the Redmi Note 10 and the Redmi Note 10 Pro.
While the others will have more modest features in comparison with the power-packed specs reserved for the Pro Max, some common features include IP52 dust and water resistance rating, a sizable battery (in the 5,000mAh range), Hi-Res audio and some cosmetic enhancements.
Redmi Note 10 Pro will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G processor, and come with a 64MP quad-rear camera.
The “vanilla” or base model of Redmi Note 10 will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 768 processor under the hood. It will have a 48MP quad-rear camera and a maximum of 6GB RAM.
Price-wise the Pro Max could be the cheapest on the market that sports a 108MP camera, Xiaomi once again disrupting the mobile space with their practice of offering incredible features at a decent, sensible price.