Redmi A1 has been spotted on the FCC, Geekbench, and IMEI certification websites
In India, the Redmi A1 could also be launched under the POCO brand.
Xiaomi appears to be planning the launch of a new entry-level Redmi series. Kacper Skrzypek, a well-known Xiaomi leaker, has discovered an upcoming Xiaomi smartphone with model number 220733SL on the IMEI database. According to the IMEI database, the Xiaomi 220733SL will be released as the Redmi A1. MySmartPrice also discovered the upcoming Redmi 220733SL on the FCC website and the TUV Rheinland website. It appears to be the European variant of the upcoming Redmi device based on the model number.
The global variant of the Redmi A1 with model number 220733SG was also discovered in the Geekbench 5 database. Also, the Indian variant of the Redmi A1 with model number 220733SI has cleared BIS certification, indicating that the Redmi A1 India launch is imminent. In addition to the 220733SI, we discovered the 220733SPI on BIS, implying that the device will be rebranded under the POCO lineup for the Indian market.
Xiaomi Redmi A1 Will Be Powered by MediaTek Helio A22
To those who are unaware, the MediaTek Helio A22 is an old processor that Xiaomi used in the Redmi 6A in 2018. The device's system on chip will be paired with 3GB of RAM. The benchmark listing also indicates that the device will ship with Android 12.
The Redmi A1's dimensions are also revealed in the device's FCC listing. It will be approximately 164.67mm long and 76.56mm wide. According to the certification listing, the smartphone will support 2.4GHz WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.
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