Xiaomi is on a launch spree since the start of this year. The company has been releasing new products every other week across the world. Looks like the firm will still do so for a short time as another one among its upcoming phones gets listed on TENAA.
Xiaomi M2101K9C, which has been within the news for a couple of months has now appeared on TENAA. According to the listing, this handset is going to be a 5G-enabled Android 11 device backed by a 4,250mAh battery.
Further, it’ll sport a 6.55-inch display, which consistent with Digital Chat Station, will have a punch-hole at the highest left corner. Lastly, this smartphone will measure 160.53 x 75.72 x 6.81mm in dimensions.
In other words, the Xiaomi M2101K9C will have a thickness of a mere 6.81mm. Hence, it might be one among the thinnest 5G smartphones whenever it goes official shortly despite having an outsized capacity battery.
According to previous reports, this phone could launch as Mi 11 Lite 5G. There’s also a report that claims it to release as Mi CC11 in China. The global variant of this handset with model number M2101K9G has already been certified by IMDA and FCC.
This so-called Mi 11 Lite 5G (aka Mi CC11) is claimed to return with an unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 775G SoC, 64MP primary camera, 5x optical zoom camera, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, 6GB/8GB RAM, 128GB/256GB storage, and MIUI 12 OS. The device’s alleged live images have leaked also.