Redmi is hosting an event on May 26 in China – next Wednesday. The company hasn’t revealed how many products it will announce, but one of them will be the Redmi Note 10 Ultra, which has appeared in a few posters shared by Redmi on Weibo.
Redmi doesn’t explicitly mention the name of the device, but we know it’s the Note 10 Ultra since the device briefly appeared in a listing recently along with a few specs, including a 6.53″ AMOLED screen, Dimensity 1100 SoC, 5,000 mAh battery, 33W charging, and 5G support.
The Note 10 Ultra will have three memory options – 6GB/128GB, 8GB/128GB, and 8GB/256GB. The base variant was listed with a price tag of CNY1,799 ($280/€230).
Circling back to the posters shared by Redmi, you can see that the Note 10 Ultra’s rear panel looks similar to the Mi 11 Special Edition, while the camera island is reminiscent of the Redmi Note 10 5G‘s, except that the silver plate inside is now placed horizontally and covers single camera instead of two.
This particular color variant we are looking at is called Phantom Blue (machine translated from Chinese), which has a 3D texture on the rear panel. Redmi says it provides a nice grip and gives a flagship feel when you hold it, and the entire design is achieved through “stereoscopic grating” technology.
One of the images shared by Redmi reveals the smartphone will pack a screen with a punch hole in the center, although its resolution is unknown. However, it has a refresh rate of 90Hz or more since the company said that the Note 10 series supports eight mainstream games in high frame rate modes, and the games achieved an average of 90FPS on the phone in Redmi’s testing.
Moreover, Redmi also tells us that it has used dual-channel UFS 3.1 storage for better overall performance.
With the official announcement still five days away, you can expect Redmi to confirm more features of the Note 10 Ultra and any other products it plans to introduce on Wednesday.