With Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi achieved with the launch of Redmi Note Eight-series, the corporate is now seemingly making ready to introduce the successor to its Redmi 7-series, allegedly within the type of Redmi Eight, Redmi 8A, and Redmi Eight professional. Over the final couple of weeks, we now have been a number of leaks that claims to disclose various options of 1 or the opposite Redmi Eight-series telephones. Now, a brand new Xiaomi telephone with mannequin quantity M1908C3KE has popped up within the database of Chinese regulator TENAA and it’s believed to be Redmi 8A.

The TENAA listing does not reveal many specifics of the telephone, nonetheless it does be aware that the telephone will help 4G LTE connectivity, pack dual-SIM card slots, and run on Android working system.

The photographs revealed by TENAA present a single rear digital camera with LED flash and a entrance shooter. The precise entrance design is unclear, but it surely appears the corporate is utilizing a waterdrop-style notch. Additionally, the SIM card slots on the left facet of the telephone and quantity rocker in addition to energy button on the proper facet of the telephone may be seen. No different data is out there at this level. The alleged Redmi 8A TENAA itemizing was first spotted by a Slashleaks contributor.

The TENAA itemizing is in sharp distinction with a previous leak that confirmed a twin rear digital camera setup on the again of the telephone. It is kind of attainable that the telephone seen within the earlier leak was Redmi 8, not Redmi 8A. Redmi Eight had additionally popped up on TENAA final month and appears fairly much like the telephone within the leaked “Redmi 8A live photos.”

As Xiaomi is but to say something official concerning the Redmi Eight sequence, there’s numerous confusion across the lineup. Hopefully, these sightings on TENAA and other certification websites imply that official announcement is simply across the nook and we’ll quickly get all of the official particulars.

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