Redmi 10 Series India Launch Teased, Could Arrive in Early July

Redmi 10-series India launch teased, could arrive in early July

The Redmi 10 series may be launched in India soon, Xiaomi teased on Twitter. As the name suggests, the Redmi 10 series will be a successor to the Redmi 9 series with Redmi 9, Redmi 9 Prime, Redmi 9 Power, Redmi 9A and Redmi 9i. While the Chinese company has not directly indicated that it will launch the Redmi 10 series, the tweet suggests that it will and that the series could be unveiled early next month.

Redmi India took to Twitter to share a short clip that reads ‘Redmi Revolution’ along with the hashtag ‘#10on10’. This suggests that the company is talking about the Redmi 10 series unveiling. The tweet also reads, “Coming soon to your screens.” This suggests that the series could be unveiled in early July. Plus, the word “Revolution” has 10 letters, so that could be one reason the company chose to get involved. These speculations should be taken with a grain of salt. Besides the tweet, no information is available about the Redmi 10 series.

It is unclear how many models will be included in the Redmi 10 series and which ones will be launched first. With the Redmi 9 series, Redmi 9 Prime was the first to be launched in India in the first week of August last year. It was followed later in the same month by Redmi 9. Then, in early September 2020, Redmi 9A was launched, followed about two weeks later by Redmi 9i. Redmi 9 Power was launched in India last December.

The Redmi 9 series is a budget-friendly range of smartphones and the Redmi 10 series is expected to be the same.

Xiaomi recently launched the Redmi Note 10T smartphone in Russia as the latest entrant in the Redmi Note 10 series. It is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 700 SoC and comes with a triple rear camera with a 48-megapixel main sensor.


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