Redmi Note 10 render leaked, shows a circular camera setup
In April this year, the Redmi Note 9 & Note 9 Pro launched globally & while the Redmi Note 9 had the Helio G85 SOC from MediaTek, the Note 9 Pro featured the Snapdragon 720G from Qualcomm. Well, it looks like Redmi is preparing for the launch of Note 10 soon since we are now getting more & more leaks.
Today, the official-looking render of the Redmi Note 10 was shared by a website named TechInDeep & this render gives us a pretty good look at the front & the rear design of the phone.
The render shows that the phone has a hole-punch design on the front, so the placement of the camera cutout remains unchanged from the Redmi Note 9. On the rear, however, there is a completely new design for the camera setup. The render shows a triple camera setup on the rear, which is interesting because the Redmi Note 9 has a Quad camera setup. While this camera setup design is not exactly the same as that of Poco X3‘s, it looks quite similar. The camera setup also shows that there is a primary 48 Megapixel sensor.
We can also notice that the fingerprint scanner is on the right side & not on the rear as on the Redmi Note 9.
An image via SlashLeaks also shows the “About Phone” section of the Redmi Note 10 & we can see that the model number is “M2007J22C” & there is 8GB RAM. The CPU comes with a clock speed of up to 2.4GHz & while we don’t know which SOC powers the Note 10, there are rumours of it being the MediaTek Dimensity 800U which was announced last month.
Finally, Android 10 based MIUI 12 runs out of the box.
Well, there is no teaser from Redmi on any upcoming launch event but looking at the leaks, we can expect the company to start teasing the device soon.