Yesterday, another Xiaomi 5G phone with a model M2102J2SC passed 3C certification. And we can see that like the Redmi K40 series, it also comes with a 33W charger.
The 3C certification shows that the applicant and manufacturer of this Xiaomi 5G phone is Xiaomi Communication Technology Co., Ltd., and the manufacturer is Fuzhikang Precision Electronics (Langfang) Co., Ltd.
According to the news from a Weibo tipster, there is an engineering machine equipped with the Snapdragon 870 chip. It should be the Xiaomi Mi 10 and it is under test. If it goes well, Xiaomi will launch another new Snapdragon 870 machine in the nearest future.
A couple of weeks ago, we learned that Xiaomi is going to release a Xiaomi Mi 10 handset powered by the pseudo-flagship Snapdragon 870 chip. This sounds quite surprising because the Mi 10 Pro and Mi 10 Ultra are on the way, and it still causes questions whether people will buy a Mi 10 line smartphone.
The first handset coming with this chip is the Motorola Edge S. The lowest configuration model costs 1999 yuan ($309). And we have heard that the Redmi K40 will have such a model as well.
No 100% video quality on my Galaxy S21 Ultra is disgusting for the price of this phone. I've seen cheap phones do it 5x better. Just look at this still of a 4k30 video and zoom in then my crop of it. So many things wrong with it. 🤢#GalaxyS21Ultra pic.twitter.com/8m6pyTjjol— TechTablets 🇳🇿 (@TechTabletscom) January 30, 2021
Revolutionizing the current wireless charging methods, #MiAirCharge Technology charges your devices remotely, without cables and charging stands. Let's see it in action! #InnovationForEveryone pic.twitter.com/9bD0Awul4s— Xiaomi (@Xiaomi) January 29, 2021
Whoa. I've trialed this kind of tech a few times over the years. Could be huge ... if the implementation works well. https://t.co/TNla7XfZP8— Michael Fisher (@theMrMobile) January 29, 2021
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