Despite being a Chinese company, Xiaomi has a very large fan following in India. Even more, Xiaomi ranks 2nd in the most loved smartphone in India, while Samsung being 1st. Xiaomi is famous for its “Note Series” in India. At the beginning of this year, Xiaomi unveiled its 9th device in the Note series, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9. This device was very much loved by the audience, where this device went out of stock just 90 seconds after its launch in India. And now, a new detail is coming which could be of the arrival of a new smartphone in this series, Redmi Note 10 4G.
A new Redmi smartphone M2010J19SC is now certified by 3C. Some reports suggest that this smartphone could be the Redmi Note 10 4G. This information comes from a Twitter tipster Ankit. In his tweet he said,
Redmi new smartphone (M2010J19SC) received the 3C certification. supports 22.5W fast charge could be Redmi note 10 4G pic.twitter.com/atH3v4x2YG
Ankit also added a leaked image of this certificate. I have added the picture below
Looking at the certificate of this device, we can notice that the Redmi M2010J19SC, allegedly Redmi Note 10 4G will come with 22.5W fast charging support. The certificate also gives information on the model number of the charger, which is “MDY-11-EM”. The Redmi Note series is a budget series hence, this device is expected to come with a budget price of around 13k to 15k INR.
As this product is now already certified, Xiaomi should almost be ready to unveil it to the public. I guess Xiaomi may launch this device in India around Diwali, which falls on 14th November 2020.
As of now, there are no other details of this device. We are continuously tracking reports related to Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 4G & will update you with more information whenever it arrives, so stay tuned! Follow our website to get technology updates as soon as we publish them.
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