Redmi 10 Power unlike the base model it comes in two colors, Sporty Orange and Power Black, both with a leather texture on the back.
Another upgrade over the Redmi 10 vanilla brings up to 8GB of RAM, while the vanilla model only offers 4 and 6 GB options. Storage is set at 128 GB with a dedicated microSD slot that you can use to add even more space.
Besides, Redmi 10 Power has the same Snapdragon 680 chipset and still uses MIUI 13 based on Android 11. It retains a 6.7 ”IPS LCD (HD +) with Gorilla Glass 3 and a 50 MP camera on the back (with 2 MP depth sensor), along with a 5 selfie camera MP. It runs on the same 6,000 mAh battery with 18W charging support (however, you only get a 10W adapter in the box).
What is not the same is the price. Power comes at a price of 180 euros, while the Redmi 10 (6/128 GB) is slightly more expensive. Pay attention to the extra 2 gigs of RAM on the Power model.
The Redmi 10 Power will be available for sale in India soon, but Xiaomi has yet to announce a date. Note that this hardware incarnation is not available globally (with or without a leather back), but according to rumors, this device for the global market may also be renamed the Poco C40.
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