Recently, a couple of smartphones surfaced in the database of a Chine regulatory body – TEENA. The smartphones include the Xiaomi Redmi K40, Black Shark 4 series, Redmi K40 Pro, and a new Xiaomi Mi 10 handset.
The appearance of the new Mi 10 smartphone raised eyebrows. Xiaomi released several variants of the phone series already. And the Mi 11 is out.
However, the TEENA documents revealed that the phone has a model number M2102J2SC. And it received approval from the 3C authority of China last week.
Showing up on TEENA suggests that Xiaomi may officially unveil the mystery Mi 10 smartphone later this month.
The listing mentions that the Xiaomi M2102J2SC would arrive with a curved edge display. The leaked image further shows that it will feature a punch-hole at the top-left corner of the screen.
The upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 smartphone has an AMOLED panel integrated with an under-display fingerprint scanner.
The back panel of the phone has a curved finish and a vertically-oriented camera module. It appears that the phone would debut with a quad rear camera system.
It sports the volume rockers and power button on its right spine.
Regarding specs, the TEENA listing revealed nothing about the Xiaomi M2012J2SC smartphone.
However, following the phone’s appearance on 3C, reports claim that the upcoming Xiaomi phone would support 5G connectivity and 33W rapid charging.
The new variant of the Mi 10 would likely feature the Snapdragon 870 chipset.
So far, Xiaomi has said nothing concerning the M2102J2SC smartphone. Speculations suggest that the Chinese phone maker may release details on the handset after the Chinese New Year.
The phone may carry a price tag of about 3,500 Yuan (~$543).