Xiaomi is making significant strides in expanding its global footprint with the impending launch of its latest smartphone series. The Chinese tech giant recently introduced the Xiaomi 14 series and the Redmi Note 13 series in its home market, and now, it's preparing to bring these devices to the international arena.
In a recent development, the global variants of Xiaomi 14, along with Redmi Note 13 4G, and the Poco X6 5G have successfully received approval from Indonesia’s SDPPI certification platform. This certification is a clear indication that these models are ready to enter the global market. The devices, identified by model numbers 23122PCDIG and 23127PN0CG, have been officially recognized as the Poco X6 5G and the Xiaomi 14, respectively.
Xiaomi 14, Poco X6 5G, and Redmi Note 13 4G receive Indonesian certifications
Another model, 23124RA7EO, also appeared in the SDPPI database. Although the listing doesn't explicitly reveal the device's name, it's widely speculated to be the Redmi Note 13 4G. This speculation is further supported by the appearance of model numbers 23117RA68G and 23129RAA4G in the database, believed to be variants of the same device tailored for different markets. Notably, the FCC certification for the 23124RA7EO model includes NFC connectivity, a feature absent in other variants.
As for the specifications, the global version of Xiaomi 14 is expected to mirror its Chinese counterpart, boasting the powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip. On the other hand, the Poco X6 5G, recently spotted in Geekbench's database, is likely to feature the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 chip, 12 GB of RAM, and run on Android 13. These specifications suggest it could be a rebranded version of the Redmi Note 13 Pro 5G, already available in China. However, details regarding the core specifications of the Redmi Note 13 4G remain under wraps, leaving tech enthusiasts eagerly anticipating further announcements.