We recently witnessed the launch of the new Redmi 10X 5G, a smartphone that populates the mid-range market share, but with features that make it truly special by virtue of the competition. In fact, the new Redmi device comes with an AMOLED screen from 6,57 inches in Full HD + resolution which houses the fingerprint reader under its pixels thus leaving the back of the device “smooth”, where we can admire a photographic sector that promises sparks.
Redmi 10X: first hands on of the cheapest 5G smartphone in the world
Redmi 10X 5G stands out for its support for fifth generation networks thanks to the presence of the MediaTek Dimensity 820 chipset complete with liquid cooling. At the top of the screen we find the hole that houses the 16 MP selfie camera while the "chin" is perhaps too pronounced for the standards that the Asian brand had accustomed us to lately. Noteworthy is the general design with some goodies on the aesthetic side such as the red power button that runs the right edge accompanied by the volume rocker while on the opposite side we find the SIM slot, which allows you to expand the internal memory via micro SD giving up the Dual SIM function.
On the upper profile, a welcome presence is that of the IR transmitter flanked by the secondary microphone while below we find the input for the earphones, USB Type-C port, microphone and speaker. Returning instead to the rear, the photographic sector consists of a quad camera with a 48 + 8 + 8 + 2 MP sensor with the presence of a macro and ultra wide sensor. Redmi 10X was presented as exclusive for the Chinese market and therefore there are currently no rumors about the possible arrival on the global market. A hope much emphasized by the launch price to which the new 5G terminal of the Redmi brand is proposed, given the request for 1599 yuan, which corresponds to about 205 euros at the current exchange rate.
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