Xiaomi Redmi 7 with model number M1810F6LG has been approved by Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunication Commission (NBTC) and Indonesian regulatory body TKDN.
In the recent past, the smartphone has bagged approval from FCC certification in the U.S., 3C authority in China and IMDA approval from Singapore. These certifications revealed that the smartphone will be heading to multiple countries outside of China.
The NBTC certification only confirms that the Redmi 7 name belongs to the M1810F6LG model. The TKDN listing has not revealed any information on the specs of the phone. While the 3C certification of the phone had only confirmed that it carries support for 10W charging, plenty of vital information was revealed through its FCC documents.
According to FCC filing, the Redmi 7 measures 157 x 76mm and it may house a screen of around 6.2 inches since it measures 167 mm diagonally. The MIUI 10 will come preloaded on the device. It will be arriving in multiple variants such as 3 GB RAM + 32 GB storage, 3 GB RAM + 64 GB storage and 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage. The 3C listing of the Redmi 7 had revealed that M1810F6LC, M1810F6LE and M1810F6LT are its variants for the Chinese market.
The Redmi 7 will be replacing the Redmi 6 handset from last year. In December 2018, a Russian tech blogger had revealed the Redmi 7 Pro in real. The leak revealed that the phone features a waterdrop notch screen like the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro. If the Redmi 7 and Redmi 7 Pro exists, the company could also be launching the Redmi 7A as an entry-level phone. Last month, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun had hinted that the Redmi 7 could be priced between 700 Yuan ($105) and 800 Yuan ($120).