Poco F4 and Redmi Note 12 series receive certifications ahead of launch
Xiaomi has a number of high-profile devices on the way. The company, under the Poco sub-brand, has confirmed that it will officially launch the Poco F4 GT on April 26 globally. Other devices are in the pipes as well, and have now received certifications.
The Redmi Note 12 series looks ready to make its debut relatively soon. According to reports from China, the next generation of Xiaomi's choice mid-rangers will launch next month in the company's home market. Two Redmi Note 12 series devices have stopped by at TENAA with the model numbers "22041216C" and "22041216UC".
Both phones are listed with 6.6-inch displays, Android 12, and Dual SIM Dual Standby support. The former has a 4980 mAh battery, however, while the latter gets a smaller 4300 mAh battery. Going by prior reports, there will be three Redmi Note 12 models in China, so one appears to be missing. Supposedly, those three models will feature a Mediatek Dimensity 810, Dimensity 1300, and Dimensity 8000.
The Poco F4 also looks to be drawing closer to launch. The phone has now stopped by at Thailand's National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) for approval with the model number "22021211RG", signifying that it's a global model. Available information leans towards the Poco F4 being a sneaky rebadge of the Redmi K40S that was launched alongside the Redmi K50 and Redmi K50 Pro last month.