Xiaomi Phone With Model Number M2007J1SC Spotted Online, Expected to Be a Flagship: Report

Xiaomi is reportedly operating on a new flagship that could be Mi CC10, Mi Blend 4, or Mi 10 Pro+. According to a known tipster, a cell phone with product quantity M2007J1SC has been noticed on Chinese certification authority MIIT web-site and is envisioned to be just one of the 3 phones, names of which have not been made official. The listing for the product quantity M2007J1SC exhibits 5G guidance and does not share any much more facts. Even more, the tipster also mentioned in an older post that this cell phone may possibly start in China in August.

As per the post on Weibo by tipster Electronic Chat Station (translated), a Xiaomi cell phone with product quantity M2007J1SC was noticed on an MIIT listing exhibiting guidance for 5G and LTE. This product quantity could probably be the Mi 10 Pro+, or the Mi CC10, or even the Mi Blend 4 and at this point, practically nothing can be explained for specified. There is also a likelihood of this cell phone currently being an entirely new smartphone sequence by Xiaomi, but that would seem a lot less most likely. We ended up not able to independently verify this listing.

Along with the new post, the tipster also talked about in an older post stating that the cell phone with this product quantity may possibly start in August. Even so, as Xiaomi has not shared any details on the cell phone, or the existence of a Mi CC10 or Mi Blend 4.

In a separate report, Chinese publication CNMO shared what would seem to be an advertisement for the Mi 10 Pro+, which comes with the slogan ‘View More than the World’ (translated). It also exhibits the cell phone will occur with 65W speedy charging, a 120Hz show, a a hundred-megapixel digital camera, 12x zoom capabilities, and will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 5G SoC. Even so, now that the Snapdragon 865+ SoC has been announced, it may possibly be what powers the rumoured cell phone.


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