Redmi Note 10 Global variant passes by IMDA certification

Redmi Note 10

Xiaomi is gearing up for the long-awaited launch of the Redmi Note 9 series in China featuring 5G connectivity. Meanwhile, the company seems to be moving on to the next generation in global markets. According to a recent report, the global variant of the Redmi Note 10 featuring model number M2007J22G appeared on IMDA certification. Apart from the fact that it gives a hint of a near release, it also confirms the availability of NFC. This is a recurring feature that is slowly becoming standard among the Redmi Note series. Hopefully, it will be present in all variants this time around.

Redmi Note 10

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According to recent reports based on 3C certification, the Redmi Note 10 Chinese variant will come with an M2007J22C model number. According to the listing, the handset will come with 22.5W fast-charging support, which seems to be a good upgrade over the Redmi Note 9 with 18W fast-charging. One time that the Redmi Note 10 will have more than one model, one of these models goes by the M2007J17C model number. It should come as the Pro variant since it does sport 33W fast-charging.

Redmi Note 10 series to ship with 48MP and 108MP cameras

Rumors say that the Redmi Note 10 will keep the tradition of the series of bringing a 48MP camera. This sensor has been present in the vanilla Note phones since the Redmi Note 7. The Pro or S model probably will stick with a 64MP unit while the high-end variant is said to sport a 108MP Samsung’s HM2 sensor. It will be the first Redmi smartphone to come with a jaw-dropping 108MP camera. The new smartphone lineup will bring 4G and 5G handsets. The 4G unit is set to come with a Dimensity 720 or 800U chipset. The 5G model will count on the Snapdragon 750G. This chipset is expected to come in a big part of 5G mid-range phones sporting Snapdragon chipsets.

According to reports, Xiaomi may launch the new Redmi Note series in December. Considering the amount of certification and leaks popping out this seems to make sense. After all, Redmi has been releasing two generations of Redmi Note phones every year since 2018. This year, the company had to change its plans a little bit due to the pandemic, but we believe that things are now getting back on track.

The company may also unveil the Redmi K40 series in December, so we’re probably looking at a big event in the next month.

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