Today, Redmi announced the Redmi 10 Prime, which was earlier launched in India today and has the same specifications as the global Redmi 10, the only difference being the larger 6000 mAh battery.
Redmi 10 Prime Specifications
The Redmi 10 Prime offers a 6.5-inch LCD screen with 90Hz refresh rate and FHD + resolution. On the back is a 50MP main camera with f / 1.8 aperture, 8MP ultra-wide-angle pickup and two 2MP modules for macro. Views and depth data.
MediaTek’s Helio G88 is also backed by 4/6GB of RAM and 64/128GB of storage on its head.
And the 6000mAh battery will enable the Redmi 10 Prime to run longer than its global counterpart.
When you need to charge, you need to make the 18W USB-C charger included in the box. You can use it as a 10 Prime power bank and charge other devices and parts (via cable) at 9W.
The 4/64 GB model will be available for Rs 12,499 and the 6/128 GB model for Rs 14,499.
The first sale starts on September 7 at mi.com, Amazon India and retail partners across India.
Many smartphone OEMs have come up with their own method for virtual RAM expansion so that phones with less memory can sustain the increasing demand by the apps.
It improves multitasking capabilities and caches more applications for faster boot times, and the Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G now gets this feature with the update.
The Redmi Note 10 Pro receives the update, which distributes 2GB of virtual RAM and the ODA update to Chinese units, and when activated, the system requires 2GB of internal storage to be set aside and added to RAM.
Depending on your memory configuration – 6 or 8GB, you will effectively get 8GB or 10GB of RAM.
The connection is small and is about the virtual RAM feature, which means it will soon hit global volumes.
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