After the launch of Redmi Note 9 in late May, Xiaomi is said to be developing a successor version of this phone, called Redmi Note 10. Recently, the render image of Redmi Note 10 just surprised leaked online, thereby giving us a clearer look at the design right before the launch date.
The Redmi Note 10 still uses a hole punch screen design, with a “mole” located in the upper left corner of the screen to house the selfie camera. However, the rear camera cluster of the machine has been rearranged, placed in a circular module instead of a square shape as before.
In addition, both the renders and the actual leaked photos of the Redmi Note 10 confirm that the phone will be equipped with 3 rear cameras, of which the main sensor has a resolution of 48MP. Because there is no fingerprint sensor on the back, it is more likely that the device will integrate a fingerprint sensor into the power button on the side.
In terms of hardware configuration, Redmi Note 10 uses an unknown processor clocked at 2.4GHz, most likely the Snapdragon 765G. In addition, it also has an option of 8GB of RAM, model number is M2007J22C and pre-installed Android operating system 10 with MIUI 12 interface when sold.