The Redmi Note 11 series hit all major markets, including India, earlier this year. The brand has released several models in the series but it seems that it is over for the Redmi Note 11 series. There are many reports that Redmi is working on a successor to the Redmi Note 12 series and it will be coming soon. A new leak has surfaced that hints at the models in the series. No points for them as they are similar to their predecessors. Also Read – Redmi Note 12 is powered by Dimensity 1080 SoC which is said to support 4K video recording.
Three new Redmi phones have appeared on a Chinese shopping site, suggesting that the company plans to launch them first in the domestic market and then elsewhere. The details obtained by the leaker Mukul Sharma confirm the names of three models: Redmi Note 12 5G, Redmi Note 12 Pro 5G and Redmi Note 12 Pro+ 5G. Redmi will launch all phones with 5G support, which makes sense as major markets the brand serves, including India, have 5G connectivity. Also Read - Redmi Note 12 Series Expected in China in October: Full Details
None of the specs reveal the specifications of the upcoming Redmi Note 12 series phones, so we're still out of luck. Even the previous leaks about the Redmi Note 12 series didn't say anything significant about them. And the price listed for each model in each offer is the same and is probably a placeholder. Also Read – Redmi Note 12 series may come with 50MP main camera and 120W fast charging.
The Redmi Note 12 series has reportedly received a 3D certification from China's authority, suggesting a launch soon. Some insiders say the launch could take place this month, while others suggest it will take place in November. The certification website lists three model numbers: 22101316C, 22101316UCP, and 22101316UC.
Taking into account the charging data indicating the maximum charging speed of 20V DC / 10.5A, the specification indicated that one of these models supports 210W fast charging. Other models may offer lower charging speeds: 120W for the Pro model and 67W for the Vanilla model.
Redmi usually follows a launch cycle where flagship phones like the Redmi Note 12 arrive in China first, followed by other markets like India and Europe. And these three phones could be the start of the previously released Redmi Note 11 series with more than 15 models in different markets under different names.