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Redmi Note 10 Ultra makes brief online appearance, leaks some specs

A big display and a big battery at a small price.
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May 20, 2021
Redmi Note 10S back panel
Dhruv Bhutani / Android Authority
TL;DR
  • An errant shop listing divulged some details about the unannounced Redmi Note 10 Ultra.
  • The phone will have a big display and a big battery.
  • Pricing for the phone looks to be around $280 for the base model.

So far, we’ve already seen three phones from Redmi in its Note 10 line: the vanilla Note 10, the Note 10 Pro, and the Note 10S. It appears Redmi isn’t quite done yet, though, as now we have some leaked info related to a fourth device.

The leak stems from a Weibo post (shared by @yabhishekhd on Twitter and promoted by GSMArena). In the post, we see an image of a store listing for a Redmi Note 10 Ultra, along with some basic specs and a price. The store page has since been removed.

Check out the store image for yourself below:

Redmi Note 10 series consits three devices.
1. #RedmiNote10
2. #RedmiNote10Pro
3. #RedmiNote10Ultra
Redmi Note 10 Ultra specs & pricing leaked on Weibo.
-6.53″ AMOLED display
-Dimensity 1100
-5000mAh battery with 33Watt fast charging
-6+128GB ¥1799 ~ ₹20,440 ~ $279 ~ €229 pic.twitter.com/ddECRgfN3v
— Abhishek Yadav (@yabhishekhd) May 20, 2021

Some of the specs have been translated in the tweet. Notably, the Redmi Note 10 Ultra appears to have a 6.53-inch AMOLED display. Inside, it could have a MediaTek Dimensity 1100 processor powered by a massive 5,000mAh battery. The listing suggests you can charge that battery with a 33W wired charger.

Related: Here’s why Redmi is making a gaming phone and when it’ll launch

It could also come in several RAM/storage configurations, with 6GB/128GB, 8GB/128GB, and 8GB/256GB appearing to be options. However, pricing is only shown for the lowest-level model, which is 1,799 Chinese yuan (~$280). Obviously, pricing will go up with the higher levels of RAM/storage.

It will be interesting to see if the Redmi Note 10 Ultra makes it out of China. If it does, the price will likely be a little higher to account for it, but it still should be a cheap way to get some decent hardware.