Redmi K70 series appears on IMEI database


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Xiaomi has been a leading player in the mobile phone market for several years now. The company is known for producing high-quality smartphones at affordable prices. The Redmi K70 series is the latest addition to Xiaomi’s mobile phone lineup, and it is expected to be a game-changer in the mid-range mobile phone market. This series was recently spotted in the IMEI database. The listing reveals that the series will have three models.

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What is the IMEI database?

The International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) database is a global central database that contains basic info on the serial number (IMEI) ranges of millions of mobile devices. This includes mobile phones and laptop data, that are in use across the world’s mobile networks. The IMEI is a unique 15-digit number that identifies each individual mobile device and its model. This number is stored in a database called the Equipment Identity Register (EIR). It also contains info about all valid mobile phone equipment. Furthermore, it is used by service providers to uniquely identify valid devices. It can also help to prevent misplaced or stolen phones from initiating calls.

GSMA is in charge of the IMEI database and it is the database is the only official record of allocated TACs (Type Allocation Codes). The IMEI DB is used as a tool to combat handset theft by ensuring the identities of stolen devices can be shared across networks around the world. 

Furthermore, on mobile phones, users can find the IMEI number inside the battery compartment of the phone. Also, it can be displayed on-screen on most phones by entering the MMI Supplementary Service code *06 on the dial pad, or alongside other system info in the settings menu on mobile phone operating systems. Checking the IMEI number can inform users of the country as well as the network from which a device originated. It can also reveal info on the warranty, carrier info, and more similar details. 

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Redmi K70 Series Model Numbers on IMEI database

According to the IMEI database, three models of the K70 series have visited the database. There is the base K70e, above which will be the K70 and K70 Pro. The model numbers of the Redmi K70 series are as follows:

  • Redmi K70e: M2107K9AG
  • Redmi K70: M2107K9AC
  • Redmi K70 Pro: M2107K9AI
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Technical Specs

The Redmi K70 series is expected to come with some impressive technical specs. According to Xiaomiui, the Redmi K70 series will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. The phones are also expected to come with up to 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of internal storage.

Display

The Redmi K70 should come with a large display. The reports so far claim that the base model will feature a 6.67-inch display. However, the Redmi K70 and K70 Pro will come with a 6.8-inch display. The phones are expected to come with a high refresh rate of 120Hz.

Camera

The Redmi K70 series is expected to come with a powerful camera setup. The base model will come with a triple-camera setup while the K70 and K70 Pro will use a quad-camera setup. The phones are expected to come with a primary camera of 108MP, which will provide stunning image quality.

Battery

The Redmi K70 series is expected to come with a large battery. The base model will feature a 5000 mAh battery. However, the Redmi K70 and K70 Pro will both feature a 6000 mAh battery. The phones are also expected to come with fast charging support. This will allow users to charge their phones quickly and easily.

Final Words

The Redmi K70 series is a decent device that is coming later this year. This device will sport powerful technical specs. It will also come with a large display, a powerful camera setup, and a large battery. Furthermore, the Redmi K70 series is expected to be a game-changer in the mid-range smartphone market. While we don’t have an official release date yet, we can expect the Redmi K70 series to launch later this year.

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