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Xiaomi M2011K2C MIIT Certified; Could be Redmi K40 5G

A new Xiaomi phone with model number M2011K2C has received approval from China’s MIIT authority. The listing only confirms that it supports 5G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. It is speculated that this 5G phone could be the Redmi K40 5G phone.

The M2011K2C phone has appeared for the first time and soon, it is expected to get spotted at 3C and TENAA databases through which some of its specs will get be revealed. There are couple of Xiaomi devices waiting in queue to get announced.

Redmi K40 5G M2011K2C MIIT Certified

The M201019SC phone that recently received 3C certification was found to be a 4G phone. It is speculated to be a part of the upcoming Redmi Note series. The handset is expected to be shipped with a 22.5W fast charger. A variant of this phone that has model number M2010J19CG is believed to be its global version. The global variant is expected to arrive as a POCO branded device.

The M2007J17C and M2007J22C are believed to the other phone of the Redmi Note series. The M2007J17C could a tweaked version of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G featuring a primary camera of 108-megapixel instead of 64-megapixel lens. The M2007J22C phone is said to be equipped with a punch-hole display, 48-megapixel triple camera, 8 GB of RAM and it could be equipped with a Dimensity 800U chip. Both phones are like to be equipped with 33W and 22.5W fast charger.

Nothing is known about the newly found M2011K2C, which suggests that it could be the vanilla Redmi K40 5G phone. It is speculated to be driven by the successor of the Snapdragon 765G chipset. Probably, it could be equipped with the Snapdragon 775G.

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