A new Xiaomi device with a 22071212AG model number has been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US. The listing (via) has revealed key details like its variants and connectivity features. This device is likely to come out in late Q3 or early Q4 of this year with the name Xiaomi 12T.
Previous reports have revealed that Xiaomi is working on two devices that have “plato” and “mayfly” codenames. These devices have 22071212AC/G and 22081212C/G model numbers. The letters “C” and “G” indicate their China and global versions. The shortened model numbers of these devices are L12 and L12A.
The L12 (mayfly) is likely to debut as the Redmi K50S Pro in China. It may arrive with the Xiaomi 12T Pro name in global markets. This phone has two more variants with model numbers: 22081212UG and 22081212R. The former is likely to be called the Xiaomi 12T Pro Hypercharge, whereas the latter could be a Japan-exclusive mode, which may debut as the Xiaomi 12T Pro.
The L12A (plato) is rumored to launch with the Redmi K50S name. In global markets, it could be called the Xiaomi 12T. This device has received FCC certification through its key details have surfaced.
The FCC listing has revealed that the Xiaomi 12T will be equipped connectivity features, such as Wi-Fi 802.11ax, 5G (7 bands), Bluetooth, GPS, and an IR blaster. It will arrive in two configurations: 8 GB RAM + 128 GB storage and 8 GB RAM + 256 GB storage.
The Xiaomi 11T and 11T Pro were powered by Dimensity 1200 and Snapdragon 888 chipsets, respectively. The Xiaomi 12T Pro is likely to feature the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, whereas the 12T could be equipped with a Dimensity SoC.