Recently Xiaomi officially introduced Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro smartphones, which have become one of the most affordable single-chip Snapdragon 865-based smartphones in Europe. Xiaomi vice president and head of Xiaomi India Manu Kumar Jain published on his Twitter page that the series Xiaomi Mi 10T debuted in India and other countries.
Now a well-known Chinese insider under the name of Digital Chat Station confirmed that the new Redmi device with the model number M2007J3SC has received the approval of the Chinese 3C regulator. The model number shows that this is a Chinese version of Xiaomi Mi 10T.
The source claims that in China, the novelty will be part of the Redmi K30 series. The new smartphone will receive a 64 megapixel camera, support for fifth generation networks and 33-watt charging. Later, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro will be released with a 108-megapixel camera. Some reports state that the device may enter the market under the name Redmi K30T.
Xiaomi Mi 10T in Europe costs from 500 euros, and in some countries, including Germany, the device was valued at 490 euros. If you pre-order any of these smartphones in Germany, you also get a Mijia handheld vacuum cleaner as a gift. The offer is valid for smartphones until October 22.