Xiaomi Redmi 7 Pro Passes 3C Certification in China, Will Launch Soon
While Redmi 7 Pro is making amazing sales in the Indian market through Flipkart. The Chinese manufacturer is planning on launching a new device supposedly named as Redmi 7 Pro inline with the last year lineup. Redmi Pro 7 has just certified by China’s Compulsory Certification Agency (CCC). The device will be a successor to the last year’s Xiaomi Mi A2 lite (Redmi 6 Pro). Model number M1906F9SG is assigned to the Redmi 7 Pro. The device will be launched in internatonal market as the stock Android-running Xiaomi Mi A3 Lite.
As seen the 3C listing the Redmi 7 Pro will come with a 10W charging support.
Redmi 7 Pro Certification
The certification listing only confirms the 5V/2A 10W charger and no other specs of Redmi 7 Pro are clear at this point, until some new leaks surface. The rumours are that the device will flaunt Snapdragon 710 or 712 chipset and triple camera setup of a 48MP main shooter.
We can expect a 3,300 mAh battery to power the handset which would be a notable drop from previous Redmi 6 Pro’s 4000mAh battery.
The Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro was priced at $158 (INR 10,999) for the smallest 3GB/32GB model and we can expect similar kind of pricing for Redmi 7 Pro. We can say that the launch of this device is inevitable now and we may hear of specs for Redmi 7 Pro/Mi A3 quite soon.
We will keep you posted for any rumours or confirmed specs for Redmi 7 Pro, so stay tuned!