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An unknown Xiaomi smartphone with model number M1901F7T, M1901F7E and M1901F7C was recently certified by the 3C authority in China but with very few details. Since the phone was revealed to come with 5V/2A charging, it is speculated to be the upcoming Redmi 7 series. Now the same Xiaomi smartphone with model number M1901F9T arrived in Chinese regulatory agency TENAA revealing the design aspect and few internal specs.

Redmi 7

From the website’s attached images, the upcoming Xiaomi smartphone will sport vertically stacked dual camera setup at the rear with a LED flash below and coupled with a circular fingerprint sensor. There seems to be a notch as the selfie camera is placed at the middle but due to the display being switched off the design of the notch is not clear. Both the power button and the volume rocker are both placed on the right side. The device measures 147.76 x 71.89 x7.8 mm.

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From the TENAA spec list, the yet-to-be-announced Xiaomi handset will feature a 5.84-inch display and backed by a 2900 mAh battery. It will boot Android OS out of the box, but the chipset and the storage configuration is still unknown. The dual cameras are marked to come with AI but it’s yet to be seen how much difference it will make in this segment.

All the Xiaomi smartphones that were released this year had an “M18” at the start of their model numbers while this device has “M19” in their names indicating that they are scheduled to launch next year. The company is likely to launch the rumored Redmi 7 series in the first quarter of 2019 which will have further divisions like Redmi 7 and Redmi 7 Pro. Currently, the Chinese manufacturer has not released any other information about the device but other details are expected to be revealed soon.

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