Two weeks ago, Xiaomi announced the Mi 10T Series for the global market. And as expected, it’s another premium lineup with value-oriented prices. While it’s not the Redmi Note 9 Series successor that we’ve been waiting for, a new leak suggests that the Redmi Note 10 could debut with a 108MP camera alongside Snapdragon 750G. If the report gets proven to be true, then we might be looking at the first 108MP Redmi phone from the company.
According to the report, the Redmi Note 10 might be a tweaked version of the Mi 10T Lite. Going back, that device launched with a 120Hz display, Snapdragon 750G, and 64MP cameras. The tweaked version of the Mi 10T Lite would be made specifically for the China market, highlighted by that massive 108MP camera. The telephoto and macro lenses may be expected as well. Interestingly, the company launched the Redmi 10X Series in its homeland instead of the Remi Note 9 Series. Putting the confusing naming scheme in mind, it’s best to take this rumor with a grain of salt.