A Redmi smartphone with M2101K6G has got several certifications(FCC, EEC, IMDA) and it is believed to be the Redmi Note 10 Pro. Multiple tipsters speculated that it will come with a 5G support. However, we couldn’t spot the evidence of 5G carrier frequencies on the FCC listing. Amidst this, a new tip says that the device will indeed get a 4G variant and come with a 108MP camera sensor.
The latest information comes from the Xiaomiui Telegram Channel. According to them, one of the 4G variants of the Redmi Note 10 Pro is codenamed as “sweet_pro”. That is, it says that the 4G model will also have another variant with a bigger camera sensor. If this leak is true, it would be the Samsung 108MP S5KHM1 sensor.
If we recall, the Redmi Note9 Pro 5G in China, and Mi 10i 5G that recently launched as a tweaked version of Mi 10T-Lite, have Samsung’s 108MP HM2 sensor. This is slightly a bigger 1/1.52-inch sensor with an f/1.75 aperture. However, you can find the HM1 sensor on the older flagships like Mi 10.
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The device that launched in India back in Maycase, we shouldn’t expect flagship camera features like OIS on the Redmi Note 10 Pro, which will mostly be placed in the low-mid segment.
Anyway, this leak also suggests that we may see multiple Camera variants of the Redmi Note 10 Pro let alone it supporting 4G/5G. Precisely, it says that a variant with the codename “sweet” will feature Samsung’s 64MP S5KGW2 sensor along with ultra-wide, Macro, and Depth as auxiliaries.
Further, it says that the device will feature an IPS display(40-120Hz), Snapdragon 732G SoC, 5,050mAh battery and have a non-NFC variant for India(codename- sweetin). That said, we advise you to take this information with a pinch of salt and wait for official news.
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