Xiaomi is expected to announce a couple of new phones within the first quarter of 2021 in China. Today, three new handsets with model numbers M2102J2SC, M2012K11AC, and M2012K11C appeared in the database of the 3C authority of China. These could be the upcoming Mi 11/10 series and the Redmi K40 series of smartphones.
The 3C certification reveals that the M2102J2SC, M2012K11AC, and M2012K11C are 5G-ready handsets. Also, their listings show that they are likely to ship with an MDY-11-EX 33W fast charger. These smartphones have not received approval from the TENAA telecom authority yet.
There is no information available on the other specifications of the M2012J2SC. Recent reports have claimed that Xiaomi is working on a Snapdragon 870 SoC powered Xiaomi Mi 10 series handset for China. There is a possibility that the M2012J2SC model number may belong to this handset.
Snapdragon 888 mobile platform, 6 GB of RAM, and Android 11 OS. Rumors suggest that this phone could be the Redmi K40 Pro handset. The_Tech_Guy revealed last month that the M2012K11C phone is codenamed as “haydn” and he also revealed the existence of an Indian variant.
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