Model number 22041219C seems to be one of the more inexpensive Xiaomi Redmi models, but we haven’t been able to identify the phone yet – it doesn’t help that there are no images of the phone to go on.
It will feature a 6.58-inch IPS LCD with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,408 pixels, be 164 x 76.1 x 8.9 mm in size, and weigh 200g regardless of how it looks. There will be a 5MP front-facing camera.
There is a 50 megapixel primary camera on the rear, as well as a secondary camera, although its resolution is not stated. This indicates that the Redmi K50 is not on our radar (which will have a triple cam on the rear with 64 MP main).
Battery capacity is reported as 4.8 volts with a USB-C connection, however charging information is not given. An IR blaster is another option for connecting devices. Because so few new Xiaomis have a fingerprint scanner on the rear, it’s likely to be on the side.
By the way, this is a 5G phone with an unidentified chipset (octa-core CPU at 2.2 GHz). Having four, six, eight, and sixteen gigabytes of RAM on a single model seems excessive. A similar range of storage capacities can be found on the device, with 32, 64, 128 and 256 GB all being available.
The Redmi Note 11E, which was unveiled in China last week (together with the Note 11E Pro) and is slated to go on sale 10 days from now, shares many of the specifications with the Note 11E. We’ll find out shortly whether this Redmi is a comparable model.