Manu Kumar Jain, head of Xiaomi’s Indian business, announced that the Redmi Note 10 series will be released in India in early March.
At present, the machine has obtained FCC certification, the certified model is M2101K7AG, and the MIUI 12 system is pre-installed.
It is worth noting that the model released this time is the Redmi Note 10 international version, which may be different from the subsequent Note 10 series national version.
Take the Redmi Note 9 series as an example. The Indian version of the Redmi Note 9 series has a big gap with the National Bank version. First of all, the former only supports 4G in terms of networks, and the latter supports 5G networks.
Secondly, the National Bank version of Redmi Note 9 Pro uses a Snapdragon 750G processor with the main camera of 100 Megapixels (Samsung HM2), which has been significantly upgraded compared to the Indian version.
Therefore, this time the Indian version of the Note 10 series may still be a 4G model, and the processor cannot be finalized for the time being.
It is worth noting that the “camera” appeared in the trailer for the Redmi Note 10 series released by Manu Kumar Jain, suggesting that the Note 10 series will have a breakthrough in imaging, which is worth looking forward to.