The Chinese tech giant and world’s second-largest smartphone OEM will be launching two new products this Friday, 3rd Sept. These new products are, one budget-oriented smartphone and the other one is, TWS earbuds aka Redmi buds. Let’s take an in-depth look at the specifications and features and looks of these brand new products.
Redmi 10 Prime
Last week, it was solidified that the Redmi 10 Prime will be powered by an octa-center MediaTek Helio G88 SoC. This is a somewhat new versatile SoC, having been dispatched in July close by the Helio G96. The MediaTek Helio G88 is likewise present in the Redmi 10 that was shipped internationally last week. It is said to offer a “critical update” over the Redmi 9 Prime and the Redmi 9 Power.
Xiaomi Global VP Manu Kumar Jain took to Twitter to share that the Redmi 10 Prime will be sponsored by a monstrous 6,000mAh battery, which is supposed to be the lightest 6,000mAh battery from the Redmi brand. The phone has also been teased to support reverse wired charging. It means you can charge other devices with your phone using a USB cable. Mr. MK Jain didn’t share insights concerning quick charging support for the Redmi 10 Prime or how quick the opposite wired charging would work.
Redmi 10 Prime has been affirmed to pack a 6,000mAh battery and backing reverse charging. The smartphone is set to arrive in India on September 3 and Xiaomi has been prodding details of the telephone in front of its dispatch. The Redmi 10 Prime could be a rebadged Redmi 10 that was launched all around the world last month, however could have some minor changes. The Redmi 10 Prime will be powered by the very MediaTek Helio G88 SoC similar to the Redmi 10.
Redmi Airdots 3
As indicated by the company’s website, the impending Redmi TWS headphones will be the brand’s first truly presenting with the Qualcomm aptX versatile chipset. They are supposed to be equipped with double drivers for an advanced listening experience. The headphones will accompany Bluetooth 5.2 to help for fast matching. They will feature Infrared sensors for savvy contact controls and will be splash-proof and sweat-proof. The Redmi TWS headphones will likewise offer a dependable battery life of as long as 30 hours.
Redmi hasn’t explicitly announced the name of its upcoming TWS offering but it has revealed key specifications of the device on the brand’s landing page. But it seems from the specs that it will be rebranded Redmi Airdots 3 that was earlier launched in China.
The Redmi AirDots 3 are the replacement for last year’s Redmi AirDots 2 with an in-ear plan and IPX4 rating. They highlight wear identification, a voice partner, and brilliant touch controls. The headphones are fueled by a QCC3040 chipset with an aptX Adaptive codec for sound quality. They highlight ecological commotion abrogation (ENC) and low dormancy.
The Redmi AirDots 3 is professed to offer an aggregate of 30 hours of playback with a charging case that houses a 600mAh battery unit and a USB-C port.