XDA Elderly Participant kacskrz might have discovered a challenging rebadging plan for Xiaomi/Redmi/Poco front runners by sleuthing via construct arrangements. This is all focused around the brand-new K40 collection
We currently saw in FCC docs that the Redmi K40 will certainly be offered as the Poco F3 internationally. Nonetheless, these brand-new searchings for recommend that the K40 will certainly be relabelled “Xiaomi Mi 11 X” for the Indian market as opposed to utilizing the Poco brand name.
This X-branding will certainly rollover to the Redmi K40 Pro too, which will certainly be referred to as the Xiaomi Mi 11 X Pro. Keep in mind that these are not connected to the Redmi 10 X as well as 10 X Pro. Anyhow, below comes a story spin.
The first-rate Redmi K40 Pro+ will certainly rather be referred to as the Xiaomi Mi 11 i, probably a follow up to India’s Mi 10 i (itself based upon the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G). That appears a little bit quick thinking about that the initial Mi 10 i systems were offered 2 months earlier
The Mi 10 i as well as K40 Pro+ are not that different– both have 120 Hz screens, 108 MP video cameras as well as 33 W quickly billing, yet the “Mi 11 i” is a big upgrade in handling power (Snapdragon 888 vs. 750 G), likewise the display screen changes from IPS LCD to Super AMOLED.
Keep in mind that the code word really claims “haydn_pro_global”– that recommends that the Mi 11 i will really be offered in the global markets, which will certainly make points a lot more complicated. Additionally, this is the initial we’re becoming aware of the K40 Pro+ going worldwide (the Poco rebranding just covered the vanilla as well as Pro designs).