Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi is already working on its upcoming Note 10 lineup and we suspect two of the phones have been already certified with their charging speeds revealed. The Xiaomi M2007J22C and Xiaomi M2007J17C appeared on 3C, revealing they will have 25W and 33W fast charging, respectively.
The listing showcases both phones will be 5G-enabled and that’s pretty much all we know about them. Rumors say the Redmi Note 10 Pro might bring a 108MP camera, while chipset speculations are all over the place - from the Dimensity 820 to the Snapdragon 750G.
These two devices are being prepared for China (hence the letter C at the end of the model name) but another leakster pointed us to the Eurasian Economic Commission where the M2007J22G was certified - clearly the same Redmi Note phone with a different letter in the end for a different market.