Redmi 10 visits the FCC, reveals some key specs ahead of launch

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Redmi 10 visits the FCC, reveals some key specs ahead of launch While some devices are going through TENAA, others are finding themselves put through the FCC test. The latest of such is the Redmi 10 which we now see getting its badge from this regulatory body. Of course, we came back with some specs on the back of that also. The FCC listing confirms that the phone will come with dual SIMs, but they will only both be limited at 4G. If you wated a 5G phone, you should look at something else from the stables of this OEM. You could also stay off a little and see if they bring the 5G version of the device. It is also confirmed that the device will sport the MIUI 12.5 out of the box, and feature up to 128GB of internal storage space. There is also a 64GB floor storage version with only 4GB RAM, while users can have 4 and 6GB of RAM on the higher storage version. That is all we have on the unit from the FCC. Falling back to rumours, we have that the device will have a main 50MP snapper on the back and use a Snapdragon chipset under the hood. We will have to wait for benchmark tests, official teases and leaks to confirm more specs on this device. With this FCC trip, though, this device is not going to take long before launch anymore.

While some devices are going through TENAA, others are finding themselves put through the FCC test. The latest of such is the Redmi 10 which we now see getting its badge from this regulatory body. Of course, we came back with some specs on the back of that also.

The FCC listing confirms that the phone will come with dual SIMs, but they will only both be limited at 4G. If you waited a 5G phone, you should look at something else from the stables of this OEM. You could also stay off a little and see if they bring the 5G version of the device.

It is also confirmed that the device will sport the MIUI 12.5 out of the box, and feature up to 128GB of internal storage space. There is also a 64GB floor storage version with only 4GB RAM, while users can have 4 and 6GB of RAM on the higher storage version.

That is all we have on the unit from the FCC. Falling back to rumours, we have that the device will have a main 50MP snapper on the back and use a Snapdragon chipset under the hood.

We will have to wait for benchmark tests, official teases and leaks to confirm more specs on this device. With this FCC trip, though, this device is not going to take long before launch anymore.