Before getting freedom from Xiaomi, Redmi was a lineup focusing on cost-effective smartphones. But Xiaomi had a similar strategy as well. Once Lei Jun decided to enter the premium market, he separated these two. Now, Xiaomi focuses on innovations and premium features, while Redmi still launches cost-effective models. When saying this, we mean the Note series and the very low-end models. Today, a mysterious Redmi phone with model number 23013RK75C was certified by the 3C authority. Moreover, another Redmi phone with a 22120RN86C model number appeared on TENAA. There is every reason to think that the latter belongs to the Redmi 11A model.
Redmi 11A and Redmi K60
The photos show that the Redmi 22120RN86C adopts a design identical to that of the Redmi 10A. The latter came in the first half of this year. That’s why we think the 22120RN86C will be called the Redmi 11A.
We can also notice a waterdrop notch on the display of the phone. On the opposite side, there is a square-shaped camera module. Inside the squarish frame, we can find a dual-camera setup with an LED flash and a fingerprint scanner.
Sadly, we couldn’t find more information about the forthcoming Redmi 11S. However, from the model number, we assume the phone should appear in the Chinese market in December of this year.
As for the Redmi 23013RK75C, it should be the upcoming Redmi K60. The device’s model number suggests that this handset might come in January. The destination is China again. There have been various rumors saying that this phone might be the rebranded POCO F5, which will go on sale in the global market. From the 3C certification document, we can see that the alleged Redmi K60 might support 67W charging.