The global variant of the Redmi 10C with model number 220333QAG has now appeared on FCC certification website.
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Xiaomi seems to be working on a couple of entry-level handsets. A couple of weeks ago, the Redmi 10A with model number 220233L2 was spotted on Geekbench benchmark and FCC certification websites. Now, we have spotted a new Redmi handset with model number 220333QNY on the FCC certification website and IMEI database. IMEI database listing confirms that the Redmi 220333QNY is the upcoming Redmi 10C.
The FCC certification also reveals some key specifications of the upcoming Redmi 10C. Let us take a closer look at the details.
Redmi 10C will boot MIUI 13 Out of the Box!
Redmi 220333QNY appeared on FCC and IMEI database. The IMEI database listing reveals the Redmi 10C moniker. Additionally, FCC certification listing reveals that the handset will come pre-loaded with MIUI 13.
The Indian variant of the upcoming Redmi handset with model number 220333QBI has already cleared BIS certification. To those unaware, the brand had launched the Redmi 9C as the Redmi 9 in India. So, there is a good chance that Redmi 220333QBI lands as Redmi 10 in the Indian market.
BIS certification indicates that the upcoming Redmi handset will also launch under the POCO branding in the country. So, we can expect these devices to launch as POCO C4 in the country. In the past, the brand had launched the Redmi 9C as the POCO C3 in India.
Redmi 9C: Specifications and Features
The Redmi 9C comes with a 6.53-inch HD+ IPS LCD display and a waterdrop notch. The device makes use of an entry-level octa-core MediaTek Helio G35 processor, up to 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage.
The Redmi 9C comes with a triple-rear camera setup and a LED flash. The device has a 13MP primary shooter, a 2MP macro, and a 2MP depth sensor. For selfies, it offers a 5MP shooter. The smartphone packs a 5000mAh battery and supports 10W charging over a micro-USB port.
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