Recently we spotted the model number M1903F10G on various certification sites including Thailand’s NBTC, Taiwan’s NCC, Singapore’s IMDA, etc. that reveals the M1903F10G belongs to Mi 9 Series, and it will be called Mi 9T.
On May 21, three new Redmi models M1903F10A, M1903F10T and M1903F10C which are believed to be the distinct variants of the Redmi K20 has passed 3C certification in China. These models numbers are similar to the Mi 9T’s model M1903F10G except the last letter G. So we believe Redmi K20 to launch outside of China as Mi 9T. The 3C listings also show the Redmi K20 (Globally as Mi 9T?) will arrive with 18W charging support.
Apart from the above three models, M1903F11A, M1903F11T, and M1903F11C models have also been listed on China’s 3C certification site. These model numbers are believed to be the distinct variants of the Redmi K20 Pro. As per rumours, the same model number (except the last letter A/ T/ C) probably M1903F11G which is yet to appear on other countries certification sites could be listed as Mi 9T Pro. Therefore, it is believed that the Redmi K20 Pro could debut globally as the Mi 9T Pro. As per the 3C listing, the Redmi K20 Pro (Globally as Mi 9T Pro?) will carry support for 27W fast charging.
We expect the prices of the Xaiomi Mi 9T and Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro will be similar to the prices of Xiaomi Mi 9 SE and Xiaomi Mi 9. It is speculated that Mi 9T Pro could be fueled by Snapdragon 855 mobile platform and MI 9T may arrive with a Snapdragon 700 mobile platform.
Xiaomi is all set to launch Redmi K20 series on May 28 in China. However, the launch date of its global version probably Mi 9T/ Mi 9T Pro is yet to be confirmed, but we believe it will happen soon.