A new Xiaomi phone has been approved by TENAA and chance are it's the upcoming Xiaomi Redmi 6A. Just days ago we saw the Xiaomi Redmi 6 for the first time, sporting the model number M1804C3DE but it didn't come with a full specs sheet.
The new listing spans three model numbers - the M1804C3CT and the M1804C3DT/M1804C3DC with the only difference between them seemingly being the fact that the M1804C3CT has a single 8MP camera, while the M1804C3DT/M1804C3DC have dual cameras, possibly a 12MP+8MP combos.
The other specs are in sync for all three models - 5.45-inch 1440x720px 18:9 displays, Android 8.1 (likely with MIUI on top), 5MP selfie cameras and 3,000mAh batteries. All three measure 147.46×71.49×8.3mm and weigh 146g.
The Xiaomi Redmi 6A will likely be powered by a Snapdragon 625 with RAM options being 2GB, 3GB and 4GB. The phone is expected to come in no less than 10 color variants - Black, Blue, Red, Pink, Purple, Yellow, White, Gold, Rose Gold and Silver grey.
Remember, if the reports are true, SD625 in a Redmi A series is a huge leap from the measly SD425. So we might pass another year with this good ol' chipset, but this time it goes to budget segment. Huawei, Samsung are big players that also play this ...
5.5"? Why? Leave that size to the Note 6A.