Redmi Note 10 Pro Max said to join the vanilla Note 10 and Note 10 Pro at March 4 launch
Xiaomi has managed to keep a surprisingly tight lid on Redmi Note 10 details thus far. As far as official info goes, we know that the announcement date is set for March 4 and we have a short and basic list of some things to expect. Notably – Gorilla Glass protection, IP52 rating, and at least on one of the models – a flat display, with a punch hole selfie, a curved back and a side-mounted fingerprint reader.
As per some new industry insider info, we now believe that the Redmi Note 10 series will include at least a trio of devices – the vanilla model, which is likely the one on the official banners and might feature a 120Hz LCD and Snapdragon 735G, a Pro model, which was already anticipated and expected to offer an OLED display, possibly alongside High-Res audio, a 108MP main camera, faster charging and allegedly the Snapdragon 750G. And now, the third device, newly-added to the speculative list is the Note 10 Pro Max.
There is very little extra info on the Note 10 Pro Max. Apparently, it will be sold in two memory configurations – 8GB/128GB and 6GB/128GB and three color options – Blue, Black and Bronze. Going by its name alone, we can expect slightly better specs than the Pro and/or a larger display and battery. A capacity of 5,050 mAh has been popping-up in the rumor mill in relation to the vanilla Redmi Note 10 or perhaps the Pro, as sort of a frame of refence.
Redmi Note 10 teasers
Unfortunately, that about exhausts all the info on the Redmi Note 10 line we currently have. Quite chaotic and fragmented. On the plus side, March 4 is right around the corner, so we won’t have to wait too long for the full scoop and a little anticipation for a change isn’t all that bad.