Xiaomi has debuted its new smartphone in the Mi 10 series, which is the Mi 10i. The phone borrows its appearance and design from the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G, which was released in the Chinese market last year. The Redmi 10i is the rebranded version of the phone and the I in the name means India, which indicates that the phone has been specifically made in India and only for the Indian market.
The most exciting feature of the phone is the new Samsung’s 108MP ISOCELL HM2 sensor, along with an 8MP ultrawide module and two 2MP sensors for macro shots and depth data on the rear. The phone has almost the same specs as the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G and has a 6.67-inch LCD with FHD+ resolution and adaptive 120Hz refresh rate. The display panel can automatically switch between the range of 30 and 120Hz as per the requirement on the smartphone.
The phone al’s once with HDR 10+ and Widevine L1 support. The front comes with a punch hole 16MP selfie camera. The phone will be powered by the 5G enables Snapdragon 750G and will be paired with 128 GB of storage and either 6 or 8GB of RAM. It is fueled by a 4,820 mAh of battery and a 33W fast charging feature that can charge the phone in an hour. The phone also includes stereo speakers, a headphone jack, a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, and an IR blaster. The 6GB/128GB model will sell at Rs 21,999 and the 8 GB variant for Rs 23,999. It is expected that the company will also launch a 64GB variant later at Rs 20,999.