Mid-range Xiaomi with a notch revealed by TENAA

Yordan, 28 May 2018

Five days ago a Xiaomi device, codenamed M1804C3DE appeared on TENAA and from the looks of it, it was the upcoming Redmi 6. Today a new entry appeared on the Chinese regulator's website, revealing a slightly bigger phone, that is most likely the Plus version, similar to the Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus duo.

Since it sports a 12 MP + 5 MP dual camera setup, it might also be named Redmi Note 6 or Redmi 6 Pro.

Xiaomi Redmi 6 Plus/Pro on TENAA Xiaomi Redmi 6 Plus/Pro on TENAA Xiaomi Redmi 6 Plus/Pro on TENAA Xiaomi Redmi 6 Plus/Pro on TENAA
Xiaomi Redmi 6 Plus/Pro on TENAA

The addition to the Redmi 6 series will have 5.84” screen with Full HD+ resolution. The ratio is 19:9, meaning it will have a notch. This will be the first Redmi phone with a cutout on its screen, following in the footsteps of the Mi 8 flagship.

The Redmi 6 Plus, or whatever it ends up being called, is coming with an octa-core CPU clocked at 2 GHz. This means it will be either the Snapdragon 625 or the newer Helio P60, both of them already seen in other Xiaomi phones. Memory options will be - 2/16 GB, 3/32 GB, and 4/64 GB and a microSD slot is available for more storage.

Xiaomi with a notch arrives on TENAA Is this the Xiaomi Redmi 6?

TENAA lists the phone with Android Oreo 8.1. In all likeliness it will run the new MIUI 10 that will become official in three days

Dimensions of the Redmi 6 Plus/Pro are 149.33 x 71.68 x 8.75 mm and weight is 178 g. The body packs a 4,000 mAh battery and will arrive in a rainbow of colors - Black, Rose Gold, Champagne Gold, White, Blue, Red, Pink, Gray, and Silver.

We are yet to see if Xiaomi will give us a glance of it at its event on May 31 or if it will debut at a later point.

Source (in Chinese)


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  • 31 May 2018
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