Xiaomi Will Bring Redmi 10C, What’s Special?

Merdeka.com – Xiaomi confirmed the plans for the launch of the Redmi 10C. This smartphone is rumored to have fast performance, reliable cameras, large batteries, and a price in the millions.

Redmi 10C is present as the first million-dollar smartphone that carries the Snapdragon ® 680 chipset. With the support of 6nm fabrication, the chipset which is usually present in middle-class smartphones is able to deliver a flagship-class experience with a performance output of up to 2.4GHz.

In addition to fast performance, Snapdragon ® 680 is also known as a chipset that is able to efficiently use power for longer usage. UFS 2.2 storage technology allows Redmi 10C to install and open your favorite apps even more quickly.

In Xiaomi’s statement, Thursday (14/3), for the camera sector, the Redmi 10C will be supported by a 50MP camera capable of taking high-resolution images. The camera mounted on the back of the Redmi 10C is reliable in taking photos and videos and is equipped with a 2MP depth camera to assist users in producing a blur effect when taking portrait photos.

“The Night Mode feature will help capture more detail in low light conditions while Movie Frame will provide a cinematic effect for the resulting video,” he wrote.

An immersive experience in enjoying content can be felt by Redmi 10C users thanks to the large 6.71” HD+ Dot Drop display which also supports Widevine L1 HD streaming certification to ensure satisfaction in watching streaming videos from services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime. In addition to spoiling the eyes, Redmi 10C also spoils the ears with loud speakers or a 3.5mm audio jack as an option.

To be a reliable smartphone in everyday use, Redmi 10C will come with a 5000 mAh battery supported by 18W charging so users don’t have to worry about running out of power while on the move.


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