On the afternoon of May 26, the Redmi 10X series conference was held. The company announced three models. In addition to the 5G version of Redmi 10X and Redmi 10X Pro, it also uncovered the Redmi 10X 4G version.

In terms of core configuration, the Redmi 10X 4G version uses a 6.53-inch small-hole full-screen. Also, this is the first handset to come with the MediaTek Helio G85 chip. There is a rear 48MP AI quad-camera. The entire system comes standard with a 128GB storage, and it supports fingerprint recognition, face recognition. The battery capacity is 5020mAh.

In addition, the Redmi 10X 4G version retains the 3.5mm headphone jack and supports infrared remote control. It will be upgraded to the MIUI 12 system in mid and late June.

MIUI12 features

MIUI 12 has upgraded privacy protection. This is the first system that passed the TÜV Rheinland “Enhanced Privacy Protection Test for Android System” and introduced a flares function. It can faithfully record application behaviors and present all sensitive behaviors to users.

Redmi 10X

And MIUI 12 has also been optimized and improved in terms of multitasking. It supports a global free window, adapting to a variety of usage scenarios. When you send a message, you can gently slide down to expand into the small window mode and slide up to exit. It is said to be the world’s best mobile multi-tasking solution.

As for gaming, the Redmi 10X 5G brings the 2.0 version of the game stutter optimization. Also, it supports dynamic adjustment of the game frame rate.

Specifically, it can intelligently predict actions and load screens, reduce screen freezes, maintain a certain refresh rate of game screen output, ensure smooth game screens, and improve visual effects by improving game scene details, color saturation and contrast.

In terms of price, the Redmi 10X 4G 4GB + 128GB version is priced at 999 yuan ($140), and the 6GB + 128GB version is priced at 1,199 yuan ($168). It is now available on major e-commerce platforms.

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