Redmi 10C detected on US FCC, IMEI and BIS certification sites; Said to run MIUI 13 out of the box

Deepak Gupta February 10, 2022
Updated 2022/02/10 at 10:15 AM

An alleged Redmi 10C listing was spotted on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification website. The smartphone was also seen in the IMEI database. The Redmi 10C has also been spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification website. However, these listings don’t reveal much about the upcoming Redmi smartphone. Last month, a Redmi 10A smartphone was spotted on the US FCC and Geekbench websites. Also, Redmi 10A and Redmi 10C are expected to launch in India soon.

According FCC listinga Xiaomi smartphone with model number 220333QNY that is said to be the global variant of the Redmi 10C – reportedly identified in IMEI database by MySmartPrice – can run MIUI 13 out of the box. The US FCC listing also mentions that the upcoming Redmi 10C can get 802.11 a/n/ac and LTE Wi-Fi connectivity. The report also mentions that the Indian variant of the upcoming Redmi smartphone – with 220333QBI as the indoor model designation – has received BIS certification, suggesting that the smartphone could be launched in India soon.

Last month, another Redmi smartphone – Redmi 10A – was spotted on the US FCC, IMEI and Geekbench websites. The FCC listing was for a smartphone with model number 220233L2G and it mentioned that it could get a dual rear camera setup with 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel sensors. It is said to be available in four RAM and storage configurations – 2GB + 32GB, 3GB + 32GB, 3GB + 64GB and 4GB + 128GB. Furthermore, the handset is said to run MIUI 12.5 out of the box.

Another report from last month claims that the two upcoming Redmi smartphones – Redmi 10A and Redmi 10C – will be launched in India soon and could cost less than Rs. 12,000. Both smartphones have MediaTek processors under the hood. However, Xiaomi has yet to confirm any details regarding the two smartphones, so this report should be taken with a pinch of salt.

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