Xiaomi has launched its new Redmi Note 10 series devices today, bringing a whole new level of experiences to the mid-range market. There are four devices in the series, namely: Redmi Note 10S, Note 10, and Note 10 Pro.
The Note 10 Pro is the top odel of the series and features a 108-megapixel camera, the first on a Redmi smartphone. All three models also sport AMOLED displays – also the first time in the Redmi series of devices.
The base model of the series, Redmi Note 10S, sports a 6.43-inch Super AMOLED display with standard 60Hz refresh rate, 48 MP quad camera, Mediatek Helio G95 processor, 5000mAh battery, and 33W fast charging.
It is available in Onyx Grey, Pebble White, and Ocean Blue colours and will be available from April.
Redmi Note 10 also features a 6.43-inch Super AMOLED display, dual speakers, 13 MP front camera, 64 MP quad camera, Snapdragon 678 processor, 5020mAh battery, 33W fast charging, and comes in three memory options – 4/64GB, 4/128GB, and 8/128GB.
Available colours are: Onyx Grey, Pebble White, and Lake Green.
Redmi Note 10 Pro sports a 6.67-inch Super AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, HDR 10, and Gorilla Glass 5. Other features include Snapdragon 732G processor, 108 MP quad camera, 16 MP front camera, dual speakers, 5020mAh battery, 33W fast charging, and three memory options – 6/64GB, 6/128GB, and 8/128GB.
It is available in Onyx Gray, Glacier Blue, and Gradient Bronze colours and will be available from March 2021.
All of these Xiaomi phones run MIUI 12 based on Android 11.
Prices of Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Series Phones in Nigeria
How much will these devices sell in the country? Here are prices based on present currency exchange rate.
- Note 10S 4GB/64GB: ₦70,000
- Note 10S 6GB/128GB: ₦72,500
- Note 10 4GB/64GB: ₦77,500
- Note 10 4GB/128GB: ₦88,500
- Note 10 8GB/128GB: ₦97,500
- Note 10 Pro 6GB/64GB: ₦116,000
- Note 10 Pro 6GB/128GB: ₦126,500
- Note 10 Pro 8GB/128GB: ₦135,000
When will the series be available in the market across Nigeria? They have been officially launched and are all available in stores around the country.
There is a 5G variant of the Note 10 model, but that can’t possibly be targeted at Nigeria, considering that there are no commercial 5G networks active yet in the country.
Lastly, note that the above phones are slightly different and also named differently from the models launched in India. In India, the Note 10 Pro Max is similar to the Note 10 Pro listed above, the Note 10 Pro in India is similar to the Note 10 listed above, and the Note 10 in India is similar to the Note 10S listed above.
We have no idea why Xiaomi names smartphone models differently in different countries. It is confusing to everyone, but they seem to be fixated on keeping up the practice.
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