Today, Redmi announced the Redmi 10 Prime, which debuted earlier today in India and it features comprehensive specifications similar to the global Redmi 10 with the only difference being the larger 6000mAh battery.
Redmi 10 Prime specifications
The Redmi 10 Prime offers a 6.5-inch LCD screen with 90Hz refresh rate and FHD+ resolution. There is a 50MP main camera with f/1.8 aperture around the back, along with an 8MP ultra-wide-angle pickup and two 2MP modules for macro shots and depth data.
And MediaTek’s Helio G88 sits on its head backed by 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB storage.
And the 6000 mAh battery should help the Redmi 10 Prime run longer than its global counterpart.
And when you need to charge, you’ll have to do with the 18W USB-C charger included in the box. You can also use the 10 Prime as a power bank and charge other devices and accessories (via cable) at 9W speeds.
The 4/64GB model retails at INR 12,499 while the 6/128GB model will go for INR 14,499.
The first sales start on September 7 across mi.com, Amazon India and retail partners across India.
Many smartphone OEMs have come up with their own method of virtual RAM expansion so that phones with low memory can keep up with the ever-increasing demand by apps.
This enhances multitasking capabilities and keeps more apps cached for faster boot times, and the Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G now gains this feature with the update.
And Redmi Note 10 Pro receives an update that allows adding 2 GB of virtual RAM and the OTA update is distributed to the Chinese unitz, at the moment, and when activated, the system allocates 2 GB of internal storage and adds it to the RAM when needed.
Depending on your memory configuration – either 6 or 8GB, you effectively get 8GB or 10GB of RAM.
And the patch is small and only about the virtual RAM feature which means it’s entirely possible for it to hit global modules sooner rather than later.