No? That’s why the brand announced the Redmi 10 Prime with a turbocharged battery.
There is no 5G modem, but there is a promising camera set that is well priced Redmi 10-en, as the main unit on the back is 50 megapixels, with an 8-megapixel ultra-wide, a 2-2-megapixel macro and depth sensor, and an 8-megapixel self-contained unit. It literally repeats these qualities with its debut in India Redmi 10 Prime, which also retains the 90 Hz FHD + IPS panel and the eight-core MediaTek Helio G88 chip. Why then the prime suffix?
Well, Redmi, with its stereo speaker and expandable dual nanoSIM socket, says Redmi will be pressed more often in India than elsewhere, so another 20% capacity has been thrown at the plain 10’s 5000 mAh battery – who doesn’t want to count on it, that’s a total of 6000 mAh means. Otherwise, the Type-C port and the 18-watt fast charge are left, as far as the local starting price is concerned, with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, the Redmi 10 Prime opens at 12,500 rupees, which is equivalent to around 50 thousand forints, and this especially from the point of view of the camera set, great price.