Months after its official launch, the Redmi 10A is back with a new model that of “new” only has the name. This is the Redmi 10A Sport, which is already on sale on Amazon India at the same price as the original model.
And it is that the Xiaomi India team has only renamed the 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage variant of the Redmi 10A to launch it back on the market, but now with the surname «Sport». Its specifications coincide 100% with those of the Redmi 10A that we already knew, as you can see below.
Technical specifications of the Xiaomi Redmi 10A Sport
The Redmi 10A Sport is a Redmi 10A with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. both memories can be expanded virtually and with a microSD up to 8 GB and 512 GB, respectively. The rest of the features remain intact. It is still a smartphone with a 6.53-inch HD+ LCD screen with the modest Helio G25 processor and a giant 5,000 mAh battery.
supports 10W fast charge, connects to 4G networks and has two cameras (a 13 MP rear and a 5 MP front). You can see all its specifications in the following table.
|Characteristic||Redmi 10A Sports|
|Screen||6.53″HD+ (1600 x 720 pixels) with LCD panel and a refresh rate of 60 Hz.|
|Processor||MediaTek Helium G25.|
|RAM||6GB expandable up to 8 GB with virtual RAM.|
|Storage||128GB expandable up to 512 GB with microSD.|
|Rear camera||main of 13MP.
|Connectivity and extras||Micro USB, Dual Band Wi-Fi, SIM 4G,GPS,Bluetooth 5.0, NFCinfrared sensor, double speaker and 3.5 mm audio jack.|
|Drums||5000mAh with 10W fast charging.|
|Operating system||Android 11 based on MIUI 12.5.|
Prices and availability of the Xiaomi Redmi 10A Sport
The Redmi 10A Sport is on sale on Amazon India for a price of Rs 10,999, or 135.57 euros to change. It is practically the same as the 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage variant of the usual Redmi 10A. Since it is not a mobile that brings something new, we do not believe that it will end up leaving India for the international market.
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