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Xiaomi Redmi 10A: Everything we know about this budget phone

Xiaomi Redmi 10A
Xiaomi Redmi 10A

If you are looking for a smartphone for less than 100 euros, without giving up balanced features and a manufacturer with a good reputation, read on because we have found a very interesting option for you. This is the  Xiaomi Redmi 10A , which has already been presented and, although it seems like the rehash of previous models, it is postulated as a very good decision in the entry range.

Technical characteristics of the Xiaomi Redmi 10A

We are facing a  6.53-inch screen  with HD + resolution  , embedded in a body with dimensions of  164.9 x 77 x 9 mm and a weight of 194 grams.

If we look at its hardware more focused on power and performance, we can highlight its  Helio G25 processor , signed by Mediatek. As for RAM and internal storage, we will have two options to choose from in each case:  4 GB or 6 GB  of RAM and  64 GB or 128 GB of memory (which, in any case, we can expand via microSD up to 512 GB) .

What about your photographic section? In this case, we find a more modest configuration, with a  13 MP  rear camera and a  5 MP front camera . Solvent, but insufficient if you like good photography.

One of its most interesting novelties compared to previous models is that it has  a fingerprint reader on the back of the terminal. As for its battery, it offers us  5,000 mAh  and a  fast charge of 10W . It does not have 5G connectivity, which is expected, and instead we have Bluetooth 5.0, LTE, WiFi n  and MIUI 12.5 as the operating system.

Availability and price

This Xiaomi Redmi 10A has already been presented  in China . We have no news about its arrival in other markets, but, in any case, we do already have an estimate of its price. Always taking as a reference the current change from yuan to euros, we find ourselves with a budget of  90 euros for the most modest version (4 GB / 64 GB),  115 euros for the 4 GB + 128 GB version or  130 euros for its model . more pointer, with 6 GB and 128 GB.

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