Xiaomi has confirmed that the Redmi 10 will launch in India on March 17th.

Redmi 10 will launch in India on March 17th: Xiaomi hasn’t wholly stopped launching phones in India. Following last week’s Redmi Note 11 Pro series launch, Xiaomi focuses on the previous season’s Redmi 10 series.

 Xiaomi has announced that they are launching Redmi 10 in India on March 17. 

The phone will be part of Redmi 10 Prime, the Redmi 10 Prime, a rebranded version of that Redmi 10 global variant for India.

Redmi 10 will be heading to India This Week.

It is expected that the Redmi 10 will launch in India on March 17, probably in an online event.

 It’s hard to tell since Xiaomi held a live event to launch its Note 11 Pro earlier this week.

 Xiaomi has released a few details about the new device through teasers. 

They suggest that the device will be focused on the camera and the display and battery backup—all at a reasonable price.

The Redmi 10 landing page, according to the landing page, will feature a unique design that has a smooth rear finish. 

Also, it has a square camera bump with a fingerprint scanner (much as that of the realme Narzo50A).

 It’s a bit different after some phones sporting an on-side mounted sensor. 

Redmi has confirmed an etched display with waterdrops, as demonstrated by the Twitter post below. 

This is distinct from the Redmi 10 Prime, released with a punch-hole screen and an identical camera setup.

The presence of a Main AI camera with a resolution of up to 50 MP found in the Redmi 10 Prime has also been revealed. 

It is also confirmed that the Redmi 10 has the 6nm Snapdragon chipset, unlike the Helio G88 SoC on The Prime version. 

There’s no information on what the Redmi 10 will launch with SoC, but it is likely to be.

Other features include a large display and battery, super-fast storage, and quick-charging capability. 

The device is expected to cost between the range of Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 in India, Similar to Redmi 9, its predecessor.

 The Redmi 9, which was the predecessor of it and its successor, the Redmi 10 Prime.

For those who don’t remember to remember, to recall, the Redmi 10 Prime features a display with 90Hz and a MediaTek Helio GH88 SoC, a massive 6000mAh battery, fast charging of 18W with 50MP quad cameras, an expandable RAM option, and many more.