Yesterday, the forthcoming Redmi K40, Redmi K40 Pro, and new edition of Xiaomi Mi 10 were spotted at TENAA. The listings only included the images of the three phones. Now, the TENAA listings of these phones have been updated with some of their key specifications.
The Redmi K40 smartphone that has an M2012K11AC model number measures 163.7 x 76.4 x 7.8mm and it houses a 6.67-inch display. It has a battery of 4,420mAh and it runs on Android 11 OS. On the other side, the Redmi K40 Pro with M2012K11C model number has the same dimensions, display size, and battery capacity as the vanilla model.
These phones were previously seen at the 3C certification platform with a 33W fast charger. The TENAA images of the Redmi K40 and K40 Pro have revealed that they have an identical design. At the front, they have punch-hole screens and their rear shells have a rectangle-shaped camera module with four cameras and an LED flash inside. The camera housing looks like a modified version of the one found on the Xiaomi Mi 11 5G phone.
The new Xiaomi Mi 10 smartphone that has an M2102J2SC model number has 162.6 x 74.8 x 8.96mm dimensions and it is fitted with a 6.67-inch display. The TENAA images have suggested that it could be featuring the same curved edge screen that was made available on the original Xiaomi Mi 10.
The phone runs on Android 11 OS and it has a 4,680mAh battery. The 3C certification of the device suggested that it may arrive with 33W fast charging. The rear shell of the device has a vertically arranged quad-camera system. Speculations are rife that the device could be arriving in the market as the Xiaomi Mi 10S and it could be driven by the Snapdragon 870 chip.