The Redmi 9A was supposed to launch on 11th February 2020 in the Indian market but it didn’t launch back then, which was most probably due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The device, however, has been in the news lately as its specifications have been leaked in full and the phone has been certified by the FCC. Well, we now have some more information about the Redmi 9A as it has now been certified through Thailand’s NBTC, EEC, and IMDA platforms. Let us have a look.
Redmi 9A gets NBTC, EEC, and IMDA certifications
When the Redmi M2006C3LG had appeared for the first time, it was speculated to be the Redmi 9A but there was no confirmation regarding it. Well, that changes with the NBTC certification of the M2006C3LG, as it confirms that the retail name of this model is Redmi 9A indeed. Furthermore, the certification reveals that the phone has 4G connectivity.
Moving on the EEC and IMDA certifications of the Redmi 9A, these certifications don’t reveal any specifications of the smartphone, apart from confirming that the device exists. That being said, considering that the Redmi 9A has been certified by so many certification platforms, its launch seems to be imminent.
Xiaomi M2006J10C leaks
Apart from the certifications of the Redmi 9A, we have spotted a new Xiaomi smartphone today on 3C. It comes bearing the model number M2006J10C. Currently, we have no information regarding the retail name of this smartphone. However, the 3C listing of the smartphone reveals that it has 5G connectivity and 33W charging capability, suggesting that the Xiaomi M2006J10C is a mid-range smartphone. That is all the info we have right now about this smartphone. Rest assured, we will keep you posted regarding further developments of this smartphone.