Redmi 10 Prime Spotted on Bluetooth SIG, may be launched in India as Redmi 10 Rebranded

Redmi 10 Prime has been identified in the Bluetooth SIG certification, suggesting that the variant’s release will be imminent. This happened just days after the Redmi 10 was made official on the global market. An insider suggests that Redmi 10 could be released in India as Redmi 10 Prime. Xiaomi has yet to make any official announcement regarding the launch schedule for the Redmi 10 line in India. Early rumors suggested that the Redmi 10 Prime could be designed specifically for the Indian market.

Tipster Ankit (@TechnoAnkit1) tweeted on the Bluetooth SIG listing of model number 21061119BI on August 20th. The listing suggests that this model number will likely be called the Redmi 10 Prime. The last letter of the model number suggests that the phone is an Indian variant, as Xiaomi typically carries its global phone versions with the letter “G” in their model numbers, while China-specific models have a “C” suffix ” to the number.

Redmi 10 is listed under model number 21061119AG on the Bluetooth SIG website. Both Redmi 10 Prime and Redmi 10 have the same model number, except for the last two letters, suggesting that Redmi 10 could be released in India as Redmi 10 Prime. This is purely based on how the model numbers are positioned and is most likely not the case. In any case, the list suggests that Redmi 10 Prime can run on “MIUI 12.5+” and supports Bluetooth v5.2.

The Redmi 10 Prime smartphone with the same model number from India was also recently located in the IMEI database. If Redmi 10 Prime is indeed identical to the global Redmi 10 variant, then the India variant will likely have similar specs or design. All this is speculation at the moment and Xiaomi has not yet started to provoke the arrival of the Redmi 10 line in the Indian market.


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Tasneem Akolawala is a senior reporter for Gadgets 360. His reporting experience spans smartphones, wearables, apps, social media and the entire tech industry. She reports from Mumbai and also writes about the ups and downs of the Indian telecommunications industry. Tasneem can be reached on Twitter at @MuteRiot, and leads, tips and releases can be sent to tasneema@ndtv.com. Most

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