According to MySmartPrice, the appearance of POCO M3 and Redmi Note 9T 5G on the SIRIM certification website suggests that the machine will be launched in the Asian market as well.

As can be seen from the picture above, the POCO M3 (model M2020J19CG) and the Redmi Note 9T (model M2007J22G) have been certified in Malaysia.

POCO M3 and Redmi Note 9T

According to the certification information, the Redmi Note 9T will support NFC as well as 5G networks, while the POCO M3 is only a 4G smartphone. According to currently known information, the POCO M3 is expected to come with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor. Also, this handset will use a 6.53-inch 1080P+ resolution LCD water drop screen.

In terms of photography, the POCO M3 uses a 48MP rear triple-camera module. Under the hood, it will carry a built-in 6000mAh large battery, which supports 18W fast charging.

Although we don’t have much information about the Redmi Note 9T, it is expected to be launched before and after the release of the Chinese Redmi Note 9 series. The domestic Redmi Note 9 series will be officially released on November 26.

Another rebranded Redmi device?

It is plausible as a Redmi smartphone with a model number M2010J19SC appeared on TENAA last week. So far, every bit of the specification matched the Redmi device. Additionally, it is coupled with up to 6GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of internal storage. It can further be expanded via a microSD card slot. The phone runs on Android 10 OS as per Geekbench. Not to forget, that device also gets a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

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