A new Xiaomi device has been identified on the Chinese 3C certification site and identified with the model number M2006J10C: most think that it is the expected Redmi K40 or Xiaomi Mi CC10.
Xiaomi Mi CC10 coming soon
It seems that Xiaomi is ready to launch the successor of the Redmi K30 – in India as POCO X2 – which should be called the Redmi K40 or Xiaomi Mi CC10. The imminent announcement is justified by the discovery of the 3C certification in China which assigns an MDY-11-EX charger to the smartphone.
The aforementioned charger should offer 33 W fast charging support – it is worth mentioning that Redmi K30 and POCO X2 support 27 W fast charging.
As for the name of this phone, the rumors are different, as well as the probable official name that will be assigned to it. Some rumors, in fact, suggest that the new Xiaomi model could be the Mi CC10, the successor of the Mi CC9 – from us Mi Note 10 – which debuted in July last year. Apart from these confusing news about the possible device names, we know that the Mi CC10 should host a hole for the camera inside the left corner of the AMOLED display, which will have a curvature on the sides, like several top of the range of many brands seen in recent times.
On the rear of the next Xiaomi flagship, we should come across four cameras – including the main 108 MP and the 12X optical zoom – housed in a circular configuration. The alleged Mi CC10, arriving in a few weeks, should have the Snapdragon 775G under the hood, a chipset that Qualcomm should announce by the hour.
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