Redmi 10 goes through the FCC, is rumored to use the 50MP JN1 sensor
A Redmi 10 is FCC certified, model number 21061119AG. The FCC documents show that this is a dual-SIM 4G phone running MIUI 12.5 at launch. It comes in three versions: 4/64 GB, 6/128 GB and 4/128 GB.
There is some conflicting information about the camera, but pretty much all rumors agree that the main sensor has 50 MP resolution. Development may have started with a Sony sensor, but it was later switched to a Samsung.
Specifically the new ISOCELL JN1 for the main cam according to Kacper Skrzypek. It has a 1 / 2.76 ”optical format and 0.64 pixelsm pixels (built on ISOCELL 2.0 technology). With Tetrapixel binding (4-in-1), the effective pixel size is 1.28 µm. The JN1 also supports “Double Super PD” autofocus with redesigned microlenses and real-time HDR.
There will also be an 8 MP ultra wide angle camera on the back based on the Sony IMX355 plus a 2 MP sensor (probably macro).
According to some early information, Redmi 10 will be powered by a Snapdragon chipset, other sources claim MediaTek – we will have to wait for benchmarks to confirm. The main sensor is also capable of 4K @ 60 fps and 1080p @ 240 fps video, whether the chipset can keep up is a question for another day.
Redmi 10 (apparently codenamed “Selene”) is also certified by the EC as well as the wireless authorities in Singapore and Indonesia. Note that there is a related model 21061119DG, “Eos”.