Redmi Okay40 sequence was launched in China final month and there is been no communication from Xiaomi relating to the launch of the telephones within the international market. An earlier report urged that Redmi Okay40 might launch as Poco F3 in markets exterior of China, however a brand new leak claims that the telephones might launch with a very totally different title within the Indian market. Particularly, Redmi Okay40 Professional and Redmi Okay40 are reported to launch in India because the Mi 11X Professional and Mi 11X, respectively.
XDA Builders member and tipster Kacper Skrzypek shared and highlighted an inner code that appears to counsel that Redmi K40 Pro and Redmi K40 telephones is not going to launch beneath the Poco model in India. As an example, the code mentions a handset codenamed ‘aliothin’ with a mannequin quantity M2012Okay11AI. It means that this cellphone is probably going going to be referred to as Mi 11X. Redmi Okay40 is codenamed ‘alioth’ and the extra ‘in’ suffixed within the new codename is probably going for handsets launched within the Indian market. This results in speculations that Redmi Okay40 might launch in India as Mi 11X and not as the Poco F3.
Equally, Skrzypek shared one other screenshot of code with a handset named Mi 11X Professional, and that is prone to be a Redmi Okay40 Professional rebrand for the Indian market. There is a third handset as effectively – referred to as Mi 11i – that was noticed within the code, however this cellphone has the codename ‘haydn_pro_global’ and it’s suffixed with the phrase ‘international’ as an alternative of ‘in’. Redmi K40 Pro+ is codenamed ‘haydn_pro’ and the code appears to counsel that the cellphone might launch in international markets because the Mi 11i. This might imply that the Indian market might also see an identical remedy, however the code would not explicitly say so.
Xiaomi has made no official bulletins relating to the launch of recent telephones within the Mi 11 vary but. So this data ought to be taken with a pinch of salt.
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