Chinese TENAA Agency Awards 3C Certification to Redmi Note 13 Pro:
The Chinese TENAA agency has just approved a Redmi phone with the model number 2312DRA50C for certification. The certification provided details on all of the significant aspects of the device’s configuration. There are a lot of rumors floating around that the upcoming Redmi Note 13 Pro might be it. The aforementioned piece of equipment has recently been granted approval from the 3C certification platform in China.
The 3C certification for the Redmi 2312DRA50C revealed that it may come with an MDY-12-EF/MDY-15-EQ charger. The listing indicates that the charging system is capable of supporting rapid charging at up to 67W.
The following are the technical specifications for the Redmi Note 13 Pro:
According to the listing on TENAA, the 6.67-inch OLED 1.5K display that will be featured on the Redmi Note 13 Pro will reportedly support a 120Hz refresh rate. It’s possible that the device will be powered by a Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipset. Up to 18 gigabytes of RAM, and a 5,120mAh battery. The device will come equipped with a front-facing camera with a resolution of 16 megapixels. As well as a triple camera system with resolutions of 8 megapixels, 2 megapixels, and 200 megapixels. It will run Android 13 while being topped with MIUI 14, and it will have an integrated fingerprint scanner.
In addition to the 2312DRA50C, there are reportedly going to be additional Redmi phones released in the near future. Some of which will have the model numbers 2312CRAD3C, 2312CRAD3C, and 23090RA98C. These numbers refer to the devices, respectively. The TENAA certification of the Redmi 2312CRAD3C has revealed that its specifications are identical to those of the purported Redmi Note 13 Pro.
This was discovered by the company. RAM, storage space, and battery capacity are the primary areas in which the 23090RA98C and the Note 13 Pro differ from one another in terms of their respective specifications. It is speculated that the Redmi Note 13 line of smartphones will be introduced to the Chinese market in the month of October.