Mi ten 5G with Snapdragon 870 SoC has been reportedly spotted on Chinese regulatory authority TENAA’s web page showing the design of the cellular phone. It appears to be to occur with a identical entrance panel as the common Xiaomi Mi ten but have some discrepancies in the design of the rear panel. Additionally, the approaching Redmi K40 has been reportedly spotted on Bureau of Indian Requirements (BIS) certification web page with design range M2012K11AI, which suggests Xiaomi’s Redmi K40 series will be introduced in the Indian current market as well.
Xiaomi is preparing on releasing a Mi ten 5G variant with the Snapdragon 870 SoC as an addition to the Snapdragon 865 variant that debuted in February 2020. This Snapdragon 870 SoC variant is claimed to carry mode range M2102J2SC and in accordance to the report by MySmartPrice, has been spotted on TENAA’s web page. The listing will come with pictures of the rumoured cellular phone showing a gap-punch slash out design on the entrance, identical to the common Mi ten. On the back, a quad rear camera setup can be observed with the four sensors aligned vertically, inside a rectangular camera module. This setup is a tiny diverse from the common Mi ten.
The listing also displays technical specs for the Mi ten 5G hinting at a 6.sixty seven-inch exhibit, a 4680mAh battery, and the proportions to be 162.6×74.8×8.96mm. The processor in the approaching Mi ten 5G is claimed to be the Snapdragon 870 SoC and a modern alleged 3C listing confirmed support for 33W fast charging as well.
Xiaomi is also launching its Redmi K40 series on February 25 and the report by MySmartPrice displays the Redmi K40 has built its way to BIS certification web page. The design range M2012K11AI, thought to be the Redmi K40, has been spotted on the Indian certification web page suggesting the cellular phone could be introduced in the nation soon, presumably on the February 25 China start day.
Both the TENAA and BIS listings had been spotted by MySmartPrice and Gizmos 360 could not independently confirm them.
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