Since January, Redmi has begun to warm up its new flagship phone – Redmi K40. Today, three mobile phones from Xiaomi have passed China’s 3C certification, including two K40 series mobile phones.
According to several digital bloggers’ revelations on Weibo, the model M2102J2SC should be the new version of Xiaomi Mi 10, M2012K11AC is Redmi K40, and M2012K11C is Redmi K40 Pro. They are all comes with a MDY-11-EX charger. This charger supports up to 33W (11VDC, 3A) fast charging.
The 3C certification did not disclose more specifications information about these models. What we can know is that these three new machines all support 5G communication, and the manufacturer is Xiaomi Communication Technology Co., Ltd. Among them, the M2102J2SC model is produced by FIH Precision Electronics (Langfang) Co., Ltd., and the M2012K11AC and M2012K11C models are produced by Xi’an BYD Electronics Co., Ltd.
Earlier, it was officially announced that the Redmi K40 series will be released this month, the Pro version will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and possibly the “most expensive straight screen”. The phone will pack a battery with a capacity of more than 4000mAh, and the price starts at 2,999 yuan.
In addition, there are reports that the new K40 series will be equipped with a micro curved screen instead of a waterfall screen; the internal stacking structure of the new machine is optimized, and the body size is smaller than the previous generation; in terms of chips, the K40 series will be equipped with Snapdragon Snapdragon 800 series processors.