The Redmi line is the most successful in the Xiaomi portfolio. Within its framework, the company is trying to produce balanced devices at a price that makes you seriously think about purchasing them and abandon devices from more famous brands. And we must pay tribute to Xiaomi, the devices of the Redmi family are becoming more and more beautiful.
This year, it began installing OLED panels in the Redmi Note line, and in the future, it will improve its devices in terms of camera quality. Renowned Chinese insider Digital Chat Station has announced Redmi’s desire to release a mid-range camera phone that will sport a 50MP 1/1.5-inch image sensor.
He does not tell which family the device will join. Only a tip is given that it will not be related to the Redmi Note 10 series. Perhaps we will see a 50-megapixel sensor in the upcoming Redmi Note 11 line.
It looks like Xiaomi wants to make the most of Huawei’s exit from the smartphone market and is preparing a lot of surprises designed to raise its prestige and improve sales statistics. We can only be glad that the middle segment is being seriously pulled up to the level of last year’s flagships.
Redmi Note 10 Ultra 5G will receive fast UFS 3.1 memory and provide 90 FPS in games
Xiaomi’s Redmi division has confirmed some of the parameters of the Note 10 5G smartphone ahead of its upcoming launch. According to teasers, the device will receive support for UFS 3.1 storage; and will also be able to provide 90 frames per second in games.
As reports clarify, the teasers of Redmi refer to the older model of the Note 10 5G device. It was originally named Redmi Note 10 Pro + 5G, but it may come out as Redmi Note 10 Ultra 5G. However, the company has not yet approved the official model names, which is why all teasers use the term Redmi Note 10 Series.
It is expected that the Redmi Note 10 Ultra 5G will receive a powerful chip; but the name of the processor has not yet been disclosed. Presumably, it will be the MediaTek Dimensity 1100. There were also rumors that the device could also receive the Snapdragon 750G. The developers promise to integrate a “quadruple” cooling system into the device, as in gaming smartphones.
The smartphone will receive UFS 3.1 storage. Journalists note that this is not typical of this price segment. Redmi also promises support for 90 frames per second for eight well-known games, but titles have not been specified.
The company has also revealed details of the Note 10 Ultra 5G’s appearance. The back cover will be similar to the Mi 11 Lei Jun Signature Edition – with vertical stripes and gradient colors. The devices are scheduled for release in China on May 26th.