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The New XIAOMI Redmi 10 6.5'' Inches in Kenya: A First Look

 

XIAOMI Redmi 10 6.5'' Inches in Kenya are currently among the most popular mid-range smartphones on the market, and with good reason. With prices starting as low as KSh 16,999, these phones provide the best value for money for many people who don’t have the budget to afford flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G or even some of the older flagships from brands like Huawei or Xiaomi themselves. Here’s what you need to know about XIAOMI Redmi 10 6.5'' Inches in Kenya before making your choice! 

What is the new Xiaomi Redmi 10? 

The latest phone from XIAOMI, a Chinese manufacturer, has been released! The new Xiaomi Redmi 10 boasts a gorgeous design with its glass back, as well as high-end specifications to match its look. Let’s take a closer look at all of its features, and also talk about where it can be bought. 

What are its highlights? 

The Xiaomi Redmi 10 is one of a number of new releases that are making waves on mobile networks across Kenya. The phone was introduced at a mid-year event and promises to be an affordable model for both first-time buyers and those upgrading from their previous device. Let’s take a look at some key specs and see what makes it so popular with users today... 

How much does it cost in kenya ? 

The XIAOMI Redmi 10 is now available for purchase in kenya . The official retail price for the new Xiaomi smartphone at launch is Ksh 16,999 , but of course, you should expect to pay a bit more than that on eBay and other online marketplaces. Is it worth paying a premium for? Well, we’ve had some time to play with it, so let’s take a look! 

Where can I buy it? 

The phone can be ordered via Jumia.ke, a Kenyan e-commerce platform that sells smartphones and other products on wholesale deals. Jumia is currently selling the device for around Ksh17,000 ($170). Similar to Xiaomi's Android One devices such as Redmi Note 7 and Mi A2 Lite, Xiaomi promises two years of major Android OS updates with one year of security patches and six months of major MIUI OS updates for its smartphones sold in Africa. 


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