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Xiaomi Launches the Redmi 10A In Kenya for Ksh 12,899

Xiaomi Redmi 10A in Kenya

Xiaomi has today officially announced the availability of its latest entry-level smartphone, the Redmi 10A, in Kenya. The Redmi 10A is available in retail stores across Kenya starting from Ksh 12,899. This makes it one of the cheapest smartphones from the company to launch in the country and should be competing directly with some recent devices like the Nokia C21.

The Redmi 10A is the successor to the Redmi 9A which was very successful locally. Xiaomi seems to understand what customers looking for smartphones within this price range want and is ready to deliver on that.

The Redmi 10A is an entry-level device that borrows a few specifications and features from its predecessor, the Redmi 9A. It does come with a 6.53-inch display and is powered by the MediaTek Helio G25 Chipset that is paired with either 2, 3 or 4GB of RAM.

It comes with MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11 out of the box. For photography, the Redmi 10A has a dual-camera setup at the back made up of a 13MP main sensor and a 2MP depth sensor. For selfies, it does come with a 5MP front facing camera.

Redmi 10A Price and Availability in Kenya

The Redmi 10A is available in Graphite Gray and Sky Blue colours and you can get it on Jumia and other retail outlets starting from Ksh 12,899. Here is the price breakdown for the other variants:

2GB + 32GB at Ksh. 12,899/-

3GB + 64GBS at Ksh.14,499/-

4GB + 128GB at 16,499/-

Read: Kenya’s Pioneer Premium Smartphone on a Budget: realme C25Y


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