Redmi 10X Series Launching On May 26: Expected Features, Comparison

Sharmishte Datti

Redmi is gearing up for two new smartphone launches. The Redmi 10X and the Redmi 10X Pro are set to rollout on May 26, alongside a couple of other products, including the RedmiBook 14 laptop. Previous reports have hinted that these are mid-range smartphones.

Redmi 10X Vs Redmi 10X Pro

As the name suggests, the Redmi 10X Pro is expected to be the premium one of the two. It is expected to pack the newly launched MediaTek Dimensity 820 chipset with 5G support, making it the first smartphone with this processor. The chip supports dual-SIM allowing users to connect both their SIM cards to 5G networks at once.

The base version is the Redmi 10X, which is said to pack a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor - this further suggests there's no AMOLED screen. Previous reports have revealed it might flaunt a 6.57-inch FHD+ OLED display.

On the other hand, the Redmi 10X Pro will likely feature an AMOLED screen, which is a plus point considering it's going to be a mid-range smartphone. An in-display fingerprint sensor is also expected on the smartphone.

Redmi 10X Series Expected Features

Apart from these key differences, there's not much known about the Redmi 10X series. Posters have revealed that both Redmi 10X and the Redmi 10X Pro will feature a quad-camera setup, but their exact specifications are still a mystery. Both smartphones are expected to run Android 10 with MIUI 11 custom skin and can be updated to MIUI 12.

Speaking of MIUI 12, the Redmi 10X Pro gets added benefits of the AMOLED panel with features like Always-On display and Super Wallpapers. Apart from its 5G capabilities, the Redmi 10X Pro is expected to have a couple of other exciting features that are still unknown.

Redmi 10X Series Launch

As noted, the smartphones are set to launch on May 26 along with a couple of other Xiaomi products. Considering the present COVID-19 pandemic, the event is likely to be an online one and might take a while to begin shipping.

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