Redmi Note 7 Pro Receives New Certification and Can Have 18W Fast Charging

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The Compulsory Certificate Authority of China (3C) has approved this week a device that can be the Redmi Note 7 Pro. According to the documentation available, this device has the following numbering: M1901F7BE.

However, as we know, this type of certification does not usually bring many technical details about smartphones. That’s why the latest information is that Redmi Note 7 Pro can hit the market with fast loading support. That’s because the regulator listed that the device can be sold in conjunction with the “MDY-08-ES” charger to provide 18W quick charging. Check out the certification on the 3C page below.

For now, these are the first confirmed details about the promised Redmi handset. Anyway, taking into account some rumors and speculations, we already know that the Redmi Note 7 Pro should reach the market with good specifications and low price.

Thus, it will be powered by the Snapdragon 675 processor and should have 6GB of RAM with 128GB of internal storage. Another detail that has already been confirmed by the manufacturer is that the device will be equipped with the Sony IMX586 sensor of 48MP.

For now, Lou Weibin recalls that Redmi Note 7 Pro is already close, but first, there will be Mi 9. In the other characteristics of the new Redmi should not distinguish anything from the standard “seven”, except for a more powerful camera and productive processor.

The latest news shows that the alleged release date of Redmi Note 7 Pro may be in February. As an option, the smartphone will be presented along with the flagship novelty on February 20. However, some doubts remain, perhaps the novelty will be shown at the end of February in order not to disperse the fans’ attention. In the extreme case, postponed to early March.

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