Ruben Fields
May 26, 2020

Earlier this week, Redmi CEO Lu Weibing confirmed that the Redmi 10X will be powered by the recently unveiled MediaTek Dimensional 820 SoC that supports dual 5G connectivity. The put up states, "Small screens for games are not fun, and large screens for offices are not portable". A tipster by the name @_rogame on Twitter has revealed that RedmiBook variants come with model number TIMI TM1951 and TIMI TM1953. It boasts four Big Cortex A76 cores clocked at 2.6GHz along with four Cortex A55 cores at 2GHz and is paired with a five-core Mali G57 GPU.

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The TIMI TM1951 model uses the Ryzen 5 4500U 6-core Ryzen 5 4500U with 2400MHz base frequency and 4000MHz boost. Both will have 16GB of DDR4 RAM and 512GB SSD (Samsung PM881) storage. It will come with the 64-bit version of Windows 10. Xiaomi also claims a 60 percent performance improvement with rumored Ryzen 7 4700U processor. However, the Xiaomi has also kept those bits a secret for now. Both the laptops appear to have the identical energy draw at 15W. While these developments were taking place, the photo taken with Redmi 10X Pro was shared. It has additionally been tipped to have a 4G variant as properly. On the opposite hand, the 4G variant could are available in 4GB + 128GB and 6GB + 128GB configurations with Green, Sky Blue, and White color choices. We anticipated to see three smartphones from the Redmi 10X lineup, however now the corporate posted on its numerous Weibo profiles extra teasers, confirming a brand new Redmi X TV with MEMC movement and a laptop with 16.1” display can even seem throughout subsequent weeks launch.

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