This Thursday (28), Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi 10A Sport, a new low-cost smartphone choice. Its key selling point is value for money, with a modest cost and adequate specs for routine daily work.
The Redmi 10A, a gadget released in March of this year, appears to be quite similar to the device in appearance (without the “Sport”). By doing this, the camera module may reach the biometric sensor, which is placed in a more central location and extends a few millimeters beyond the area occupied by the lens and flash.
Overall, the product may be described as an Indian market-specific Redmi 10A variant. As a result, it offers technical specifications that are extremely close to those of the current model.
A 6.53-inch IPS LCD screen with an HD+ resolution of 1,600 x 720 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 Hz makes up its display. The top half of the display features a teardrop notch, and the bottom edge is thicker than the others.
The MediaTek Helio G25 CPU, which is also found in the Redmi 10A, is in charge of the Redmi 10A Sport’s performance suite. With 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage, the new edition only offers one configuration.
On the back of the smartphone, there is only one 13 MP camera. A 5 MP sensor in the front part is in charge of taking selfies, making video calls, and performing other similar functions.
A 5,000 mAh battery is built into the Redmi 10A Sport, which supports micro USB recharges up to 10 W in power. GPS and Bluetooth 5.0 are the other wireless connectivity choices, and it runs Android 11 with the MIUI 12.5 interface.
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