Upcoming Redmi model surfaces on TENAA with 50MP camera. A brand new Xiaomi Redmi model has surfaced on TENAA (model number 22041219C) It’s one of the less expensive models from the looks of it. However, we’re still not able to pinpoint it and it’s not helped that there aren’t any images of the phone available.
It will sport an 6.58″ IPS LCD with resolution of 1,080 x 2,408 pixels and measure the dimensions of 164 76.1 x 76.1 and 8.9 millimeters, and weigh 200 grams. The phone will have an 5MP selfie camera in the front.
On the back, there’s a main camera with a 50 MP resolution as well as a second camera, but the resolution of this camera isn’t listed. This means that we’re not taking a look at an upgrade to the Redmi K50 (which will have three cameras on the rear that has the main camera having 64MP). The battery’s capacity is stated as 4,900 mAh.
Upcoming Redmi model surfaces on TENAA with 50MP camera
Additionally, there is a USB-C port however, details on charging are not available. Other connectivity options include the IR blaster. A fingerprint reader is located on the phone, possibly placed on the side as the majority of the latest Xiaomis feature a fingerprint reader on the back. This is a phone that supports 5G and, as such and has an unnamed chip (octa-core CPU running at 2.2 2GHz).
The RAM specs listed could be placeholders – 4 6, 8, and 16 GB seem like too many options for one model. The storage options include 32 64, 128 and 128 GB. The information have so far sounded exactly like that of the Redmi Note 11E, which was revealed last week for China (along along with Note 11E Pro) and is expected to be available in 10 days. The Redmi seems to be a similar model We’ll find out more details soon.