Update (25/06/2020, 8:00 AM IST):
The Xiaomi M2006C3LC, which is the global variant of the Redmi 9A, has now been certified through 3C. The 3C listing reveals that the Redmi 9A has 4G connectivity and that the smartphone ships with the MDY-09-EK charger, which has a 10W output, suggesting that the phone supports 10W charging.
The original story follows…
Xiaomi’s upcoming budget smartphone, the Redmi 9A, was first certified through FCC almost a week ago. And then the phone made it through NBTC, EEC, and IMDA certification platforms a couple of days ago. Today, it has been certified through two more platforms, SIRIM and BIS.
Xiaomi Redmi 9A gets BIS certification
From the recent leaks of the Redmi 9A, we know that the phone has three model numbers for various regions, M2006C3LC (China), M2006C3LI (India), and M2006C3LG (Global). The variant that has been certified through BIS today is the one for India bearing the model number M2006C3LI.
The BIS certification of the Redmi 9A shows that the phone has been manufactured/assembled or imported from DBG Technology, Reawari, Haryana, India. And that is the only piece of information it reveals. However, the fact that the phone has been certified through an Indian agency confirms that the phone is indeed launching in the country. And that its launch is imminent.
Xiaomi Redmi 9A gets SIRIM certification
The SIRIM certification of the Redmi 9A is for the global variant of the smartphone, the M2006C3LG. The SIRIM certification reveals that the Redmi 9A has single-band Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth, and two SIM card slots.
Xiaomi Redmi 9A specification we know so far
From the recent leaks, we know that the Redmi 9A will have a 4900mAh battery and that it will ship with a 10W charger (it might support 18W charging though). The phone will run on MIUI 12 (most probably based on Android 10 OS. Considering that the Redmi 9A will be an extremely affordable phone, expect it to have a dual-camera setup, a screen with a size of under 6-inches, and a non-metal case.