Xiaomi is reportedly planning to launch a new Xiaomi Mi 10 series smartphone in China. Speculations are rife that this device could be driven by the Snapdragon 870 mobile platform. Reports have claimed that the model number of this device is M2102J2SC. Recently, the Xiaomi M2012J2SC phone had received certification from the 3C certification platform of China. Today, the device popped up in the database of the TENAA telecom authority.
Unfortunately, the TENAA listing of Xiaomi Mi 10’s new variant has no information on its specifications. It only carries the images of the device.
As it can be seen, the Xiaomi Mi 10’s new variant features a curved edge screen. Even though the display is not clearly visible, it is likely that it could be sporting a punch-hole design like the original Xiaomi Mi 10 smartphone. Likely, the device could be equipped with an OLED screen.
The rear panel of the device seems to be made out of glass. A vertical quad-camera setup with four cameras inside it along with an LED flash unit can be seen in the image. The right spine of the phone has a volume rocker and a power button.
The 3C appearance of the Xiaomi M2012J2SC revealed that it could be shipping with a 33W fast charger. The other details of the smartphone including its final product name are yet to appear.
Various smartphone manufacturers are expected to announce new handsets in China after the upcoming (Feb. 12) Chinese New Year. Now that the M2012J2SC has received 3C and TENAA certifications, it is likely that Xiaomi may launch it before the end of this month.