Two new Xiaomi phones that have model numbers such as M2001J2E/C and M2001J1E/C have received 3C approval from China. Both smartphones carry support for 5G connectivity. The M2001J2E/C seems to be an inferior edition of the M2001J1E/C model. The true identity of these phones is currently under the wraps.
The 3C listing of the M2001J2E / MJ2001J2C reveal that it may ship along with MDY-11-EF charger that carries support for a maximum charging speed of 30W rapid charging. On the other side, the 3C certification of M2001J1E / MJ2001J1C reveals that it may arrive with a 66W charger.
Currently, the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is the only smartphone from the company to come with 30W fast charging support. It appears that M2001J2E/C could end up as the second device to feature the same charging technology.
So far, the OPPO Reno Ace that was introduced in October offers the highest charging rate of 65W charging which allows its 4,000mAh battery to charger in just 30 minutes. The M2001J1E/C with 66W fast charging will be negligibly faster than OPPO’s tech.
Hopefully, the M2001J2E/C and M2001J1E/C will get spotted at other certification platforms through which their identity will be revealed. The model numbers of these phones suggest that they may launch at the end of the year and hit the Chinese markets by the start of the coming year. It remains to be seen whether the M2001J2E/C and M2001J1E/C ends up as Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro or some other device.