The Xiaomi Mi 10T and the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro were released globally on September 30. And now, it seems they are going to hit the Chinese market. But this will happen under another name. On October 3, today, we learned that a new Xiaomi model M2007J3SC obtained 3C certification. A Weibo blogger pointed out that this new machine is a new member of the Redmi K30 series. Most likely, it will be called the Redmi K30T.
According to the spotted information, the alleged Redmi K30T will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship processor. Thus, we are dealing with the third Snapdragon 865 smartphone from Redmi. (The first two are the Redmi K30 Pro and the Redmi K30 Pro zoom version).
Not only that, it is also divided into two versions. The standard Redmi K30T variant will come with a main camera of 64MP, which corresponds to the Xiaomi Mi 10T. And the high configuration Redmi K30T (aka Redmi K30T pro) will sport a main camera of 100MP (supporting OIS (optical image stabilization)), which corresponds to the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro.
In addition, this new Redmi smartphone also inherits other amazing features of the Xiaomi Mi 10T series. Among the biggest highlights, we can mention a 144Hz LCD high refresh screen, a 5000mAh large capacity battery and many other features that can be found on the original Mi 10T line handsets.
As for the price, taking into account Redmi’s ultimate cost-effective positioning, the starting price of the machine is expected to be between 2000-3000 yuan ($295 – $442).