In addition to the newly released Redmi 9, the company is going to launch a new handset for the high-end segment. Yesterday, a Weibo blogger said that a new Xiaomi smartphone powered by the Dimensity 1000+ SoC is about to debut.

It is reported that the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ may appear on the Redmi brand smartphones. But the specific model still remains unknown.

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Dimensity 1000+ Sepcs

MediaTek 1000+ is built on the 7nm process and uses an ARM flagship Cortex A77 + Mali-G77 architecture design. The highest CPU frequency of the octa-core chip reaches up to 2.6GHz. There’s also an APU 3.0 for powerful AI experience is present on board. It scores 530000 points on AnTuTu benchmarks.

More importantly, the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ flagship chip integrates 5G baseband and supports dual 5G network. It is the industry’s first A77+ integrated 5G flagship SoC.

Redmi Flagship

A new Xiaomi model (Mi M2006J10C) has obtained 3C certification. And it shows that it supports 33W fast charge (11V/3A), and it will come with the same charger as Redmi K30 Pro.

Judging from the charger specifications, the phone should be Redmi’s high-end product. The former Redmi product director Wang Teng hinted that Redmi would use MediaTek Dimensity 1000+, and thus speculated that the new model Xiaomi Mi M2006J10C might be packed with the MediaTek Dimensity 1000+.

redmi k40

It is reported that the Redmi MediaTek 1000+ new machine will use a single-hole LCD full screen. Also, it should carry a fingerprint recognition module on the side. A 144Hz refresh rate display will be present.

As for the product line, it may belong to the Redmi K series. And we think it should be the Redmi K40.


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