- The MIUI 12.5 operating system comes with a host of in-built static and video media software.
- The Redmi 10 Prime is available in two variants, 4GB RAM and 6GB RAM.
- The smartphone has a Helio G88 processor and 6,000mAh battery to keep apps running for days.
Xiaomi’s Redmi has launched their latest smartphone, the Redmi 10 Prime which sports a massive 6,000 mAh battery to support multiple day battery life or hours of fun for serious mobile gamers. A major upgrade in the optics department comes with a 50 megapixel primary camera as well as an 8 megapixel ultrawide 120 degree camera, 2 megapixel macro camera and 2 megapixel depth sensor.
At noon, they launched a snazzy Apple event style launch with a live stream as their top brass explains why the smartphone is something you need in your life. The smartphone is referred to as a ‘superstar’ multiple times and they may not be tooting their own horn with baseless claims because the smartphone, at least on paper, is great for content creators, students, photographers, gamers and great for regular smartphone users with a balanced usage with the occasional need for peak performance.
The MIUI 12.5 operating system comes with a host of in-built static and video media software that can help enhance the look of your photos and videos whether you want to make gloomy or dark images look better or turn overexposed images to look normal and have a retouched look. Aiming at content creators, the video editing and shooting modes like Slo-Mo, Timelapse, and Sky Mode definitely has us all intrigued to try and get our hands on the phone to see how it works and whether the results are worth purchasing the phone.
Available in 4GB and 6GB RAM options, the smartphone is priced at Rs 12,499 and Rs 14,499. The smartphone will be available for sale from September 7th, 2021. With a display size of 6.5”, 90 Hz adaptive refresh rate, 30 hours backup play time and powered by the Helio G88 processor. The live presentation wraps up with a rap that seems a bit much but is in tune with their ‘superstar’ tonality of the smartphone. With a few days left before the sale, potential buyers will be flocking to YouTube to check out how reviewers think the smartphone performs, looks, behaves and whether it is worth purchasing.