Recently, the Redmi announced its Redmi Note 13 series which included three devices: Standard, Pro and Pro+ model. However, it seems that the company is working on a new model from the same lineup. There is another device from Realme that is reported to be in the development phase.
This morning, two new devices from Redmi and Realme got listed on 3C Certification. Starting from the Redmi’s device, a new device that carries the model number “2311FRAFDC” surfaced on the 3C Certification and sources claimed that this would be the new addition to the Redmi Note 13 series and will be named Redmi Note 13R Pro.
As mentioned in the certification, the Redmi Note 13R Pro will use the company’s 33W charger (MDY-14-EJ/MDY-16-ED) which supports charging in the following modes: 15W (5V/3A) and 10.8-33W (3.6-11V/3A). As judged, this model seems to be an ordinary mid-range segment device.
Next, we have the Realme device, the Realme device carries the model numbers: RMX3781 and RMX3783 and is reported to belong to the Realme V50. The device uses an 18W USB Type-A charger (OP92CACH/OP92YACH) as mentioned in the certification. This charger supports charging at the following modes: 10W (5V/2A) and 18W (9V/2A).
Previously, the Redmi Note 13R Pro was also listed on the IMEI database site and Xiaomi’s Mi Code software through which it was revealed that this model would feature a 64MP primary camera lens instead of a 108MP lens (as in the Redmi Note 13 Pro). Furthermore, this model will be available for sale in China and India and is expected to launch in November.
Regarding the Realme V50, this model was previously listed on TENAA through which it was revealed that this model would be powered by the Dimensity 6100+ chipset that lies in the mid-range segment. The other specs of the device also denote that it would be a regular Realme smartphone. This model is expected to be released in the coming month (October 2023).