As you already know, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi is gearing up to unveil its three flagship devices – K70, K70 Pro and K70E – on November 29 for the Chinese market. The brand has been teased in various ways on Weibo for the past few days, and maybe that’s what’s up your appetite? Say, K70E?
Well, we have some good news on that matter. It has been learned that this device will be sold globally as the Poco X6 Pro at some point in the future. This was revealed via the NBTC certification in Thailand, which links the model number 2311DRK48G to the Poco X6 Pro name.
The Indian version of the 2311DRK48I has been certified by BIS for domestic sale, thus ensuring its future launch in the subcontinent. Now, here’s the final piece of the puzzle: the Redmi K70E’s model number is 2311DRK48C. Xiaomi and its various brands always use the suffix “G” in model numbers to denote devices released globally, with “I” for India and “C” for China.
So that fixes it. In the future, the Poco X6 Pro will arrive globally, and will feature a 6.67-inch OLED display with “1.5K” resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate, Dimensity 8300-Ultra SoC at the helm, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 1 TB of storage, and a 5,500 mAh battery. It has support for 90W charging. The X series has never seen such a beast before, and it will be interesting to see how it fares.