Redmi Note X or Redmi Note 10: Specs of the Redmi Note 9's successor start to surface
Xiaomi released the Redmi Note 9 series back in April. Keeping with the company's launch schedule, it's right about time for the release of a successor to the Redmi Note 9. Until now, that phone has been referred to as the Redmi Note 10—as logic dictates—but it appears that may not be the case.
According to tipster Digital Chat Station, the successor to the Redmi Note 9 may very well not be branded as the Redmi Note 10. While the tipster gives no further information about the name of the device, speculation on the grapevine point towards it being called the Redmi Note X.
Specs of the phone have also begun to filter out, with a 3C listing confirming that the phone will offer 33 W fast charging. We already saw that on the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, so it's nothing groundbreaking. Apart from that, the Redmi Note X is expected to offer a 108 MP camera, a 120 Hz LCD, and a Snapdragon 750G. Powerful hardware indeed, and perhaps an attempt at moving the Redmi Note series a bit upmarket? It's likely, also, that this phone will sit as a sub-premium Pro model above a regular variant.
The Redmi Note X is expected to be unveiled next month.
尴了个尬，redmi下个月新机不叫note10[doge] pic.twitter.com/IBgEJjR00K— Digital Chat Station (@StationChat) October 20, 2020
2 Redmi Note Series phones (M2007J22C & M2007J17C)— Sudhanshu (@Sudhanshu1414) October 22, 2020
have cleared 3C certification with 5G support, 22.5W & 33W charging. One of the Redmi phone will use the 108MP Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor, and will cost around 1000 Yuan.
/Digital Chat Station pic.twitter.com/9dLMzsB4YI