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Xiaomi Redmi 10X & Pro Price in Nigeria & Specs

The Redmi 10X and its Pro version are two pretty interesting phones Xiaomi released in May of 2020 and here are their price in Nigeria and specs.

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If the hype about the phones is what brought you here, then you have come to the right place.

In this post, i will be reviewing the two devices.

In other words, consider taking some time to read this article, if you have some interest in the phones.

However, before jumping into a review of the two phones, I’d like to provide you with the specs and features summary of both devices.

10X Specs & Features

  • 162.3 x 77.2 x 8.9 mm [6.39 x 3.04 x 0.35 inch]
  • Blue, Green, White
  • 199 g [7.02 oz]
  • MediaTek Helio G85 chipset [12 nm process; ARM Cortex-A53]
  • Octa-core processor [6 x 1.80 GHz; 2 x 2.20 GHz]
  • Mali-G52 MC2 GPU
  • 4 / 6 GB RAM
  • IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen [Over 16 million colours support]
  • 6.53 inches [~83.5 screen to body ratio]
  • 1080 x 2340 pixels [~395 ppi density]; 19.5:9 aspect ratio
  • 450 nits brightness
  • MIUI 11 [Based on the Android 10 OS]
  • 128 GB internal storage space [eMMC 5.1]
  • Storage expansion support [With Micro SD card]
  • 48 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP rear camera [1080p@30fps]
  • HDR and panorama
  • Quad-LED flash
  • 13 MP front camera [1080p@30fps]
  • HDR and panorama
  • Fingerprint [Rear-mounted]
  • Accelerometer
  • Gravity sensor
  • Proximity
  • Non-removable Li-Po 5020 mAh battery
  • Dual SIM [Nano-SIM, dual stand-by]
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac

Xiaomi Redmi 10X Pro Price in Nigeria

Redmi 10X from Xiaomi costs $283 which is N110,370 Naira @ N390 / dollar while the Pro version costs $328 which is N127,920 Naira @ N390 / dollar.

10X Pro Specs & Features

  • 164.2 x 75.8 x 9 mm [6.46 x 2.98 x 0.35 inch]
  • Blue, Green, White
  • 208 g [7.34 oz]
  • MediaTek MT6875 Dimensity 820 chipset [12 nm process; ARM Cortex-A53]
  • Octa-core processor [4 x 2.00 GHz; 4 x 2.60 GHz]
  • Mali-G57 MC5 GPU
  • 8 GB RAM
  • AMOLED LCD capacitive touchscreen [Over 16 million colours support]
  • 6.57 inches [~83.5 screen to body ratio]
  • 1080 x 2340 pixels [~401 ppi density]; 20:9 aspect ratio
  • 600 nits brightness
  • MIUI 11 [Based on the Android 10 OS]
  • 128 / 256 GB internal storage space [eMMC 5.1]
  • Storage expansion support [With Micro SD card]
  • 48 MP + 8 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP rear camera [1080p@30fps]
  • HDR and panorama
  • Quad-LED flash
  • 20 MP front camera [1080p@30fps]
  • HDR and panorama
  • Fingerprint [Under-display]
  • Accelerometer
  • Gravity sensor
  • Proximity
  • Non-removable Li-Po 4,520 mAh battery
  • Dual SIM [Nano-SIM, dual stand-by]
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac

Design

As hinted above, Redmi 10X and its Pro are two very cool smartphones.

While they share the same name, the two phones are quite different in the aspect of design.

The two versions happen to be as large as most mid-range and high-end smartphones.

But as you can the Pro version happens to be a bit larger than the standard version.

However, when it comes to the type of case featured by the two smart devices, they both come with a premium case.

And the colours in which they are available in, are really cool colours.

However, we speculate that the white colour would be the most loved, among the three colours the two phones are available in.

Processing Power

When it comes to computing hardware, the two phones are pretty different.

Redmi 10X is powered by the MediaTek Helio G85 chipset, compared to the MediaTek MT6875 Dimensity 820 chipset, which powers the Pro version.

And while you might have noticed that the chipsets have different configurations, you should also know that the MediaTek MT6875 Dimensity 820 has 5G support.

In other words, users of the Standard version wouldn’t enjoy 5G access, while users of the Pro version can enjoy 5G access.

You should however understand that buying the Redmi 10X Pro wouldn’t mean you can start enjoying 5G immediately after purchase of the phone.

To enjoy 5G immediately after the purchase of the phone, your mobile network operator has also got to have support for 5G.

Another thing worth mentioning is that the phones come with different GPUs.

While the standard version is powered by the Mali-G52 MC2 GPU, the Pro version of the phone is powered by the Mali-G57 MC5 GPU.

The Mali-G57 MC5 is of course the more powerful GPU, but this doesn’t mean the Mali-G52 MC2 is a GPU you can toss aside.

When deciding on what version to opt-in for, one of the things you might have to take into consideration, is how much RAM you want.

A RAM of 4 GB should ordinarily be okay, but if you feel that wouldn’t be okay, you should consider 6 GB of RAM.

And if 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM happens to be okay for you, then the standard version is what you should be looking at.

But as for people who feel they’ve got a lot of cash to spend, opting in for the Pro version would be nicer, as the Pro versions all come with 8 GB of RAM.

Display

The displays of both the 10X and its Pro version are quite impressive, although there are differences.

As provided in the specs and feature summary, the standard version comes with an IPS display with a dimension of 6.53 inches. And this display has got a resolution of 1,080 x 2,340 pixels.

This resolution leaves the phone with a pixel density of about 395 PPI. And if you’ve ever seen a phone having a pixel density of over 395 PPI, you’d have no difficulty understanding how cool such a display can be.

Talking about the bright of the phone’s display, a display having a brightness rated at 320 nits would pose no challenge, when using it in bright sun.

In other words, with the Redmi 10X having a brightness rated at 450 nits, you have completely nothing to worry about.

As for the display of the Pro version, be also be assured that you would more be impressed.

You’d be more impressed with it, as it’s got an AMOLED display, compared to the IPS display of the standard version.

And with the display of the Redmi X10 Pro rated at 600 nits, be also be assured that there’s totally nothing to worry about, when it comes to brightness.

Operating System

The MIUI 11 operating system is the latest version of the MIUI operating system.

And for those who haven’t had a feel of this OS, I can promise you you’d be quite impressed.

The OS has an astonishing user interface, and the user experience is first-class.

And as stated in the specs and features summaries of both phones, the MIUI 11 OS is a custom Android operating system based on the Android 10.

In other words, the new features the Android 10 platform has to offer, are all things you’d get to enjoy on the MIUI OS.

Storage

The Redmi 10X happens to be perfect in the aspect of storage. The phone is designed for mid-range smartphone users.

And the 128 GB of storage, which is the ideal for mid-range users, is what the phone features.

But as you might already know, not the whole 128 GB of storage would be available for your own use.

With the OS, pre-installed apps, and some files taking up the phone’s storage, expect to have only about 108 GB available for personal use.

The Redmi 10X Pro also scores pretty well in the aspect of storage.

Some builds of the phone would come with 128 GB of RAM, while some would come with 256 GB.

And as you would expect, the 256 GB builds would be more expensive.

But to save you some money, I’d recommend you opt-in for a 128 GB build. And if you end up needing more storage space, you can always get a micro SD card, for storage expansion.

Camera

The set of cameras featured by the Redmi 10X and the 10X Pro may be another thing you may want to think about, when deciding on which of the versions of buy.

The standard 10X comes with a single front camera which is well-enhanced. This front camera has a resolution of 13 megapixels, and it can be used to record 1,080p videos.

As for the rear side of the phone, there are four cameras, with a 48 MP camera serving as the main rear camera.

The 8 MP camera on the rear side of the phone helps with taking wide pictures. And the two other rear cameras of the phone, which are both 2 MP cameras, assist with depth and macro pictures.

I understand some of you would assume these set of rear cameras would be capable of taking 4K videos, but that’s not true.

They can only record as high as 1,080p videos. In short, you shouldn’t expect 4K video support from the phone.

As you might have already also noticed, in the specs and features summaries of both phones, the 10X Pro comes with a more powerful front camera.

And for those who wonder if there’s a huge difference between pictures taken by the front camera of both phones, the answer is yes.

Pictures taken by the front camera of the standard version are quite impressive, but those taken by the front camera of the Pro version, are just too mind-blowing.

And the same goes for the rear cameras; pictures produced by the rear cameras of the 10X Pro also happen to be more impressive, compared to those taken by the standard 10X.

Final Note

The Redmi 10X and the 10X Pro are two nice Xiaomi smartphones whose price in Nigeria, features and specs have been discussed above.

Standard version would be okay for most mid-range smartphone users.

However, if you have a lot of cash to spare, nothing stops you from opting in for the Pro version.

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