JAKARTADAILY.ID - Chinese phone maker Xiaomi is offering its new Redmi 10A, a new choice for the millennials in Indonesia, who are considered as entry-level smartphone owners, and set the price at a relatively affordable, at a range of Rp 1 million ($66.7).
In a statement sent to JakartaDaily.id on Monday, July 11, 2022, Xiaomi said the millennials in Indonesia typically do not have a steady income yet, so the Redmi 10A is perfect for them with its clear cameras, strong battery life, and an array of security features.
Designed specifically to cater to the needs of the millennials, the Redmi 10A features a main camera with 13 megapixels in the back, a depth camera with 2 megapixels, and a front camera with 5 megapixels.
The Redmi 10A is also equipped with a 5,000mAh battery and 10W fast charging.
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Inside, the Redmi 10A houses the MediaTek Helio G25 processor that offers stability and power efficiency.
This is the same processor that was used in the Redmi 9A line of smartphones, which was pretty popular in Indonesia due to the features it offered at affordable prices the Xiaomi brand is known for.
Xiaomi Redmi 10A offers dual SIM slots, which can be active concurrently and it offers slots for micro SD card that allows up to 1 TB.
There are radio FM features, a rear fingerprint sensor, and AI face unlock.
Redmi 10A offers compact design, at 164.9mm x 77.0mm x 9.0mm, and has 3D curved body.
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Redmi 10A comes with a 3.5mm audio jack and micro USB port to support wired handsfree and other devices that support micro USB, like a power bank or data connector to a laptop.
Xiaomi said it is confinced that "even though Redmi 10A offered at a price range of Rp 1 million, in general, it is very reliable to fulfil the needs of its users," the company said in the statement.
Xiaomi Corporation, founded in April 2010 and listed on The Hang Seng Index on July 9, 2018, is one of the largest electronic makers from China.
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