A new Xiaomi device was certified by China’s Compulsory Certification Agency (CCC) and it's shaping up to be the successor to last year’s Xiaomi Mi A2 lite (Redmi 6 Pro). It has the M1906F9SG model and will likely follow last year’s naming strategy appearing as the Redmi 7 Pro in China and India while international users will get it as the stock Android-running Mi A3 Lite.
Redmi 7 Pro certification
While the listing did not confirm much we did get confirmation that the phone will come with a 5V/2A 10W charger. Speculations point to a Snapdragon 710 or 712 SoC and triple camera setup with a 48MP main shooter.
The phone is also expected to come with a 3,300 mAh battery which would be a significant drop from the Redmi 6 Pro’s 4,000 mAh cell.
Last year’s device started at INR 10,999 ($158) for the entry-level 3/32GB model so we can expect a similar pricing this time around. Given the certification, we should be hearing more about the Redmi 7 Pro/ Mi A3 Lite in the coming weeks.
I don't understand Xiaomi. They made Redmi 7 and Redmi note 7 the same size???? I hate big phones. Feels like I need a suitcase. I'm hanging on to my Redmi 4x untill they make a descent, max. 145 mm phone again!
make it redmi 4x size