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Redmi Note 10S Indian Variant With MediaTek Helio G95 SoC Spotted on Google Play Console

Redmi Note 10S Indian Variant was Spotted on Google Play Console ahead of launch on13 May

In we days we will be attending the launch of the Redmi Note 10S smartphone in India along with the Redmi watch. We have a very good idea about what to expect from the Indian variant of the Redmi Note 10S as it has already been launched in the global market. As the launch is getting close we are getting more leaks about what to expect from the smartphone, recently the smartphone was spotted on the Google Supported Devices list and the Google Play Console listing which confirms our previous leaks and also gives us a pretty good idea as to what to expect from the upcoming Redmi Note 10S (Indian variant).

Redmi Note 10S Indian Variant Listed on Google Supported Devices and Google Play Console

Redmi Note 10S M2101K7BI Google Play Console
Redmi Note 10S M2101K7BI Google Play Console

The Indian variant of the Redmi Note 10S (with the model number Xiaomi M2101K7BI) has been identified on the Google Supported Devices list and the Google Play Console listing today. We can see the Redmi Note 10S Indian variant is mentioned in the image. In addition to that, we also get a look at some specifications about at least 6GB of RAM and Android 11 Out of the box with MIUI skin on top.

Also Read: Redmi Note 10S Launch Date, Specifications, and Event Details Announced

As for the hardware specifications, the Redmi Note 10S (Indian variant) will be powered by the same SoC used in its global variant MediaTek Helio G95 which is an octa-core chip.

Redmi Note 10S M2101K7BI Google Play Supported Devices List
Redmi Note 10S M2101K7BI Google Play Supported Devices List

That’s all the information we have as of now about the Indian variant of the Redmi Note 10S but stay tuned for upcoming blogs as the launch is gonna take place in few days so.

Aum Vyas
Aum is following his passion for learning about modern technologies, and when he is not busy you can always find him coding and learning about Linux. He also loves to read books about Sci-Fi, play video games, watch sitcoms, and listen to progressive house music.
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