Xiaomi already launched a bunch of flagships this year, however, with the second half of the year that has just begun, it is preparing more. According to many rumors, the company is preparing new flagships like the Mi Mix 4, Mi C11, and the Mi Pad 5 series. Note that we have three returning smartphones and a tablet series. These devices probably are among the most anticipated devices for Mi fans. We have been seeing leaks and rumors, but today we’re getting consistent proof of these devices’ existence. The Mi Mix 4, Mi CC11, and Mi Pad 5 series have passed through the 3C certification.
The first smartphone is the Mi MIX 4. We saw the MIX series return earlier this year through the release of Xiaomi’s first foldable device the MIX Fold. However, the company is planning to bring a smartphone for those that have been waiting a long time for the Mi MIX 4. The device has been certified on 3C with model number 2106118C. Worth noting, that this device will be the very first Xiaomi’s smartphone to come with the company’s 120W fast-charging solution. So far, most of the company’s flagships have only 67W charging tech. But that will change with the MIX 4. The 120W charging is just a characteristic that further affirms the Mi MIX 4 as the company’s second-2021-half flagship.
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The Xiaomi Mi CC11 passed by the 3C certification with 2107119DC. For now, there is no way to determine if this is the CC 11 or CC 11 Pro. We assume it’s the former variant since it has been listed with just 33W fast-charging support.
Moving on, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 Plus also passed by the certification body with the “K81A” codename. The device packs model number M2105K81AC. According to the listing, the device will have 67W fast-charging support. The Mi Pad 5 Pro will bear the K81 codename. Just like its Plus sibling, the device has 67W fast-charging technology. The device packs the M2105K81C model number. The vanilla Mi Pad 5 has leaked recently revealing a bezel-less 10.89-inch screen with a bezel-less design, 2K resolution, and 120 Hz refresh rate. We assume that this device will also come with 67W wireless charging as the other two variants.
Unfortunately, there isn’t any info regarding the launch date of these devices. But some rumors suggest that some of them will be revealed as soon as in the next month. Hence, we can expect more details to keep coming in the coming days. As these devices passed by 3C certification, we expect more consistent details to emerge soon.