Redmi is no stranger to launching multiple phones. They also excel at launching the same device across multiple markets.
They have done so again with their new line of flagships – the Note 10s. However, things can get a bit confusing on the naming here.
The devices first went on launch in India with the promise that they will be taken to other markets too. That promise didn’t spend much time in the pipeline before getting actualised. Now, the phones are in Europe and they might most likely see other markets in the coming weeks and months.
There is a difference in the naming system, though.
The phone launched as the Redmi Note 10 Pro Max in the Indian market is being rebranded as the Redmi Note 10 Pro in Europe. Likewise, the basic Redmi Note 10 Pro from the Indian launch is also the same as the global Redmi Note 10 Pro. Only that this time, this one doesn’t have a 108MP camera to its name.
When browsing or buying this device online, make sure to not only judge by the name. Depending on where you are ordering the unit from, read the specs to be sure you are getting the exact device you want.