Xiaomi Redmi 10A passes by Geekbench and FCC
While Xiaomi’s Redmi 10 series originally launched back in May 2020 it seems we’ll see at least one new member in 2022. A new device dubbed Xiaomi 220233L2C was spotted on Geekbench 4 listing which revealed some of its key specs. This should be the Chinese variant of the upcoming Redmi 10A which already appeared in an IMEI database listing with the 220233L2G model number.
The phone is powered by the MediaTek MT6762G which corresponds to the Helio G25 SoC alongside 4GB RAM and good-old Android 11 on the software front. It managed a 791-point single-core score and 3,630 points on the multi-core test.
In the meantime the global Redmi 10A bearing the 220233L2G model number popped up on the FCC database. The listing reveals it will come in no less than four trims with 2/32GB, 3/32GB, 3/64GB and 4/128GB models.
The phone will boot MIUI 12.5 on top of Android 11 and will offer a 13MP main cam and a 2MP auxiliary module. It will also get a fingerprint scanner and will offer LTE and single-band 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity.
- 07 Feb 2022
The cheap yet powerful Samsung A03 with unisoc tiger will destroys entry level competitors like this one which still using cortex A53. Its time for entry level move to at least 8core cortex A55, or even better 2xA75 + 6xA55 cheap package like u...
- 02 Feb 2022
Helio g25 is basically a renamed helio p22 which i think is the same one used on redmi 6
- 30 Jan 2022
P35 or G35 would have been a better chipset. This chipset is good for Android Go edition