Recently, the Redmi Xiaomi model with model number M2006J10C was certified by 3C of China with a 33W charger. It is likely that the model will be launched in Chana as Redmi K40. The M2006J10C has now received radio certification in China from the Chinese State Radio Regulation Committee (SRRC).
The Chinese wireless regulator certified the phone for use on 5G networks. Not surprisingly, perhaps as K30 phones are already 5G-capable thanks to their Snapdragon 865 and 765G chipsets.
The smartphone may launch as Mi CC10, which as the name indicates, will be the successor to the Mi CC9 launched last year. However, nothing is known about this and we will have to wait for more information online.
While not much is known about the Redmi K40, the Mi CC10 has previously been rumored and stated to be named CAS. It reportedly has a 108-megapixel primary sensor that will be the Samsung HM2 – a better version of the Samsung HM1 sensor.
The handset is expected to come with support for 120x digital zoom and 12x optical zoom. Under the hood, the phone can be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 775G chipset with 5G support.