Redmi 10X

As mysmartprice reports, the Redmi 10X has appeared on the GeekBench website. This simply means that the manufacturer is currently testing this upcoming handset. But as we understand, there is no conviction this is the phone we are talking about, but everything hints at it.

According to GeekBench information, the Redmi 10X (model Xiaomi M2003J15SC) scored 360 in a single-core test and 1287 in a multi-core rest. The other information on the benchmark document also shows it is running an Android 10-based operating system. Plus, our protagonist should carry an octa-core MediaTek MT6769Z processor, which is coupled with a 6GB RAM.

Redmi 10X Features

As for the chip found under the hood of this device, it is a 4G SoC made for entry-level phones mainly. At the same time, we should the Redmi 10X is not going to be a regular low-end smartphone. Just take a quick look at its features. Previously, it’s been reported that our protagonist will sport a 6.53-inch 2340 × 1080 resolution punch-hole screen. Plus, as said, the 6GB RAM will be accompanied with a 128GB body storage. The rest of the specs include a 3.5mm headphone jack, a built-in 5020mAh battery, and a Type- C interface.

In terms of camera, the Redmi 10X 4G will feature a 13-megapixel front camera and a 48-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 2-megapixel + 2-megapixel quad-camera combination.

The leaked TENAA documents also revealed the body dimensions and weight. It measures around 162.38 x 77.2 x 8.95mmand weighs over 205grams. It has appeared with three color options of Sky Blue, Pine Morning Green, and Ice White.

So we can say there are two versions – either the low-end smartphones have changed their face or Xiaomi has decided to launch a classic mid-range smartphone with a MediaTek chip. But if the latter sounds more realistic, will the Redmi 10X be competitive to other mid-rangers powered by the Snapdragon SoCs?

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