Xiaomi first announced the Redmi 10 in mid-August, and it's since made it to India as the Redmi 10 Prime (with a bigger battery). Now the original, non-Prime Redmi 10 is finally landing in Europe. That is, you will be able to purchase it from European stores - before you needed to go to Chinese storefronts like AliExpress and order from there.
Multiple Mi.com regional sites in Europe have listed the Redmi 10, and pricing varies. There are two models on offer, the one with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage goes for €179.90 in Spain and Germany, and €199.90 in Italy. The 4/128GB version is €199.90 in Spain and Germany, and €229.90 in Italy. Sales start on September 16.
As a refresher, the Redmi 10 ships with a 6.5-inch 1080x2400 90 Hz LCD screen, the MediaTek Helio G88 chipset at the helm, a quad rear camera setup (50 MP main + 8 MP ultrawide + 2 MP macro + 2 MP depth), an 8 MP selfie camera, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 18W charging. It runs Android 11 with MIUI 12.5 on top.
If you're interested in the Redmi 10, don't forget to read our in-depth review to get truly acquainted with it and its particularities.
Had it priced at 129€ for 4/64 variant I'm sure it would be sold like hotcakes. Too bad Redmi didn't do this.
👌👌I am using one. Redmi note 10 is worth it all. No regrets about buying this phone