The Redmi 10 Power, an upgraded version of Xiaomi’s already-available Redmi 10, was revealed today in India by the company (it was announced on March 17, sales started on March 24). Keep in mind that the Redmi 10 sold in India is not the same as the Redmi 10 sold elsewhere.
There are two colour options for the Redmi 10 Power, both of which have a leather texture on the back. The normal Redmi 10’s stripped pattern has been replaced by this.
Another update boosts the RAM capacity up to 8 GB, although the vanilla model only has 4 and 6 GB of RAM available. ” The phone comes preloaded with 128 GB of storage and has a dedicated microSD slot for adding extra.
In addition, the Redmi 10 Power has the same Snapdragon 680 processor and runs MIUI 13 based on Android 11. On the rear are the same 6.7-inch IPS LCD (HD+) display and Gorilla Glass 3 protection, as well as a 50-megapixel camera (with a 2-megapixel depth sensor). In terms of battery capacity, it has the same 6,000 mAh battery and an 18W charger (you you only get a 10W adapter in the box, though).
The Power costs 15,000 ($195/€180) whereas the Redmi 10 (6/128 GB) costs 13,000. The only difference between the two is the pricing. The Power variant has an additional 2 gigabytes of RAM. However, the basic Redmi 10 for India costs 11,000 if you can only use 4/64 GB of storage.
Xiaomi has yet to announce a release date for the Redmi 10 Power in India. If you don’t want to miss out on the initial deal, you may set up a notice on the Xiaomi shop.
Although this version of the hardware (with or without a leather back) isn’t currently available worldwide, it may be renamed as the Poco C40.