We’re surprised to actually see it with a 6nm Snapdragon 680 chipset!
The Redmi 10C was seen on a Xiaomi Philippines brochure showing it will come with 4/64 and 4/128 options. They also come with a quite competitive price tag.
To recall, the Redmi 10C is a budget phone with a questionable design. As a budget phone, it has a plastic body and frame all over. It comes with an HD+ IPS LCD screen and 18W fast charging along with 5000mAh battery, a rare feature for a phone of a similar class. It is charged via USB-C.
The main camera is 50mp and is complemented with a drawn over 2mp auxiliary cameras. The front camera has a low-res 5mp sensor.
As seen on this brochure right here, the phone will start at Php6,299 for the 4/64 configuration and Php7,299 for the 4/128 version. This is actually pretty good pricing considering its chipset and fast charging. If you’re a power or performance user without a budget, this phone is a pretty good contender. However, MIUI is notorious for being unstable and glitchy on budget devices and it even caused a Rizal representative to demand a recall in one of their promising phones, the Redmi 9T, so we’ll take caution on that.
- 6.71in. HD+ (1600x720px) IPS LCD
- Unspecified Corning Gorilla Glass protection
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 (6nm)
- 50mp (main)
- 2mp (depth)
- FRONT: 5mp (main)
- 5000mAh, 18W fast charging
- MIUI 13 based on Android 11
- 4G LTE, MicroSD, Headphone jack, USB-C
- Mint Green, Graphite Gray, Ocean Blue
- 4/64: Php 6,299
- 4/128: Php 7,299
According to the fine print, the Redmi 10C along with the rest of the devices, appliances, and accessories listed, will be available in authorised Xiaomi distributors and e-commerce stores.