Xiaomi 21091116AC and Huawei MLD-AL10 Appears on 3C Certification

Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro render

Mysterious Xiaomi and Huawei phone spotted on 3C certification with up to 33W fast charging.

A new Xiaomi 5G smartphone has been spotted on China’s 3C certification website. It reveals that the phone has the number Xiaomi 21091116AC and carries support for 33W fast charging. We have also spotted a new Huawei phone on the same certification site which is identified by the model number MLD-AL10. According to the 3C listing, the device supports 4G LTE connectivity and 10W charging. 

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Both the devices do not appear as high-end phones. According to the reliable Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station, the new Xiaomi phone could be powered by a MediaTek chipset. The Xiaomi phone is code-named K16A and is likely to offer a high refresh rate. The tipster reveals that the Xiaomi K16A has a camera output of up to 50MP.

As of now, the marketing name of both devices is a mystery. Speculations are that the Xiaomi 21091116AC could belong to the mid-range category and is likely to launch as a Redmi phone. Both the new Xiaomi and Huawei phones have just started surfacing on the certification sites. We can expect more details once these two phones bags more certifications or through leaks.

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Recently, Xiaomi has announced a global product launch event which will take place on September 15. As of now, the company has not divulged any information about the products. However, reports believe that Xiaomi might announce the Mi 11T and Mi Pad 5 series globally. The company is likely to announce new AiOT products at the event. 

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Xiaomi Mi 11T series phones could be the company’s next high-end phones. The lineup is expected to include two phones – Xiaomi Mi 11T and Mi 11T Pro, whose renders were shared online recently. It revealed that both the phones carry identical designs having a triple camera setup on the back, out of which two are large sensors and there’s a small sensor in the middle of the other two. Both the phones have a centered punch-hole cutout for the selfie shooter.

If Mi 11T series is actually launching on September 15, then the company is likely to start putting up teasers/posters to build hype around that will tell us more about the phones. 

Featured Image: Xiaomi Mi 11T Pro

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