Two mysterious Xiaomi smartphones receive China’s MIIT certification

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Recently, two mysterious Xiaomi smartphones with model numbers 21121119SC and 2112123AC have received China’s MIIT certification. The smartphones were also spotted earlier in other public certifications but none of them reveals the marketing name of the devices. Though we do have some other details about these devices.

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To mention, both unknown Xiaomi devices will not be a part of the same series. In fact, the Xiaomi 21121119SC is said to be a Redmi branded phone. On the other hand, the Xiaomi 2112123AC is could be the rumored L3A device.

Talking about the Xiaomi 21121119SC, the device has received China’s 3C certification site a few days back. Apart from the charging specifications and network support, the listing did not reveal any other details. The Xiaomi 21121119SC will support fast charging of up to 22.5W and 4G LTE connectivity.

The smartphone is tipped to debut as Redmi 10A with MediaTek Helio G-series chipset under the hood. Further, it is suggested to carry a dual rear camera and around 5,000mAh battery capacity. The other specs about the Xiaomi 21121119SC are still undercover. With the device’s listing on these sites, the pending details could be out soon!

Heading to the Xiaomi 2112123AC, the phone made it to CMIIT, 3C, and TENAA so far. The 3C certification divulges that the device may pack a 67W charger. Whereas, TENAA does not disclose any information confirming its specifications. Though it is likely to be the rumored L3A handset that is said to equip Snapdragon 870 chipset. But again, these are just assumptions as there is no official word from the company yet.

With the smartphone’s arrival on these respective certifications, the launch seems to be imminent. We can also expect Xiaomi to spill the beans soon!

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