Xiaomi has already introduced the Redmi Note 10 line this year, and now the tenth generation should appear in the standard Redmi series. Rumors about Redmi 10 have already flashed on the network, where the emphasis was on the fact that it will become one of the affordable smartphones on the market with a 50-megapixel camera. And yesterday, almost all the characteristics of Redmi 10, which were found on the website of one of the stores in Singapore, were leaked.
The seller indicates that the smartphone will receive a 6.5-inch display with FullHD + resolution and a refresh rate of 90 Hz, a 5000 mAh battery with fast 18-watt charging, a USB Type-C 2.0 port and support for Bluetooth 5.0.
Redmi 10 is credited with the latest Helio G88 chip with Mali-G52 MC6 video accelerator; 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The selfie camera resolution was 8 megapixels and the main camera got four sensors 50 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP. It is easy to assume that a wide-angle and a couple of useless modules for depth analysis and macro photography will work in collaboration with the main sensor.
In addition, the dimensions of the Redmi 10 case were 162×75.3×8.95 mm and the screen should have Gorilla Glass 3 protection. The device will run the proprietary MIUI 12 shell based on the Android 11 operating system. The image of the smartphone indicates that it can get a rectangular platform for the rear camera; where the main sensor has a silver border in the manner of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra. According to the source, the back panel is plastic.
Xiaomi became the world’s largest smartphone supplier in June, overtaking even Samsung
According to Counterpoint, Xiaomi overtook Samsung for the first time in history; to become the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world in terms of sales in June 2021. The Korean company has held a leading position in the market for many years; but Xiaomi has gradually taken away its share.
If we consider the data for the entire second quarter of 2021, Samsung still retained the leadership. However, Xiaomi shipped 17.1 percent of the world’s total smartphones in June. Samsung follows with 15.7 percent market share and Apple with 14.3 percent. According to the report, Xiaomi posted a 26% increase over the previous month. It is assumed that the loss of Samsung’s position is due to the limited supply caused by the shortage. Counterpoint expects Samsung to regain its leadership position once the issues are resolved.
Analysts point out that the decline of Huawei, caused by the US sanctions, also contributed to the growth of Xiaomi. Since its debut in 2011, the company has sold over 800 million smartphones and gained an army of fans. Also, for several years now Xiaomi has been the leader in India; and in the second quarter, it became the leader in the European market.