Xiaomi Redmi K70 Series Smartphones Appear in the IMEI Database

Reports Suggest That These Will Be the First to Have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 Chipset!

On June 30th, recent entries in the IMEI database have revealed three new models from Redmi – the Redmi K70E, Redmi K70, and Redmi K70 Pro. Additionally, the Indian and global versions of the K70 series will be known as the POCO F6 series, it has also appeared in the database. Below are the device model names:

  • Redmi K70E: 23117RK66C
  • Redmi K70: 2311DRK48C
  • Redmi K70 Pro: 23113RKC6C

The K70 series model numbers contain “2311,” indicating a release date of November 2023. However, since these devices still need to go through certification and other stages, it’s possible that Redmi won’t launch the K70 series until January 2024.

The IMEI database also revealed the non-Chinese overseas variants of the K70 series, which include:

  • POCO F6: 2311DRK48G, 2311DRK48I
  • POCO F6 Pro: 23113RKC6G, 23113RKC6I

While there are no confirmed specifications for the Redmi K70 series yet, foreign tech publication xiaomiui speculates that the K70 standard version will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, while the K70 Pro variant might be the first smartphone to have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor.

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Deepanker Verma is a well-known technology blogger and gadget reviewer based in India. He has been writing about Tech for over a decade.


Xiaomi Redmi K70 Series Smartphones Appear in the IMEI Database

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