Xiaomi Mi 10 allegedly completes 3C certification with 33W charger

by Sheetal

In the end of the year 2020, Xiaomi launched the first Snapdragon 888 powered smartphone, Mi 11 in China. Now, the company is preparing to launch this smartphone to the Global market on February 08, 2021.

According to the new information, a new Xiaomi smartphone with model number M2102J2SC has received China Compulsory Certification (3C).

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The smartphone is expected to become a new version of the Mi 10. Apart from this, the report claimed that the phone will support a 5G network and will have a 33W charging capacity.

In addition, we recently reported that the Xiaomi Mi 10 series is testing manufacturing devices equipped with Snapdragon 870 chips.

Qualcomm recently released the Snapdragon 870 5G mobile platform, which uses an enhanced Qualcomm Kryo 585 CPU core. Also, the upcoming Mi 10, the Redmi K40 series rumored to launch with the Snapdragon 870.

Although no official confirmation has been made about the release of Redmi K40 but it is suspected to be released on 25 February. Aside from this, it is said that the Mi 11 Pro will also be released in the same month after the K40.


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