Redmi A1 Could Appear As POCO Device in India- The Cheapest Android 12 device

As per the latest report, the Redmi A1 will launch in India as a POCO brand device in the cheap budget Android 12 OS device.

According to Kacper Skrzypek, Xiaomi looks to be preparing a new entry-level smartphone for numerous territories. He discovered the phone with the model number 220733SL on certifications such as IMEI, FCC, TUV Rheinland, and Geekbench 5.

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Redmi A1 appears on BIS, FCC, and Geekbench; could launch in India as a POCO phone

The phone will be known as the Redmi A1, according latter. The gadget has also been certified by BIS under model number 220733SPI. There is a likelihood that the phone would be renamed POCO in the nation.

MediaTek Helio A22 powers Xiaomi Redmi A1

In the single-core round of the Geekbench 5 test, the Redmi A1 (global model) scored 141 points. In the inter-test, the result was reported as 497 points. The benchmark listing includes a quad-core MediaTek CPU with a peak frequency of 2.0GHz and the codename ice. According to this, the Redmi A1 will be powered by a MediaTek Helio A22 chipset.

The mobile dimensions are also revealed in the device’s FCC filing. It will be approximately 164.67mm long and 76.56mm broad. According to the certification filing, the smartphone will offer 2.4GHz WiFi and Bluetooth connection.

The Redmi A1 Will Be the Cheapest Android 12Os Device

Xiaomi looks to be working on a new low-cost phone for China, worldwide markets, and India. The device has already been certified by IMEI, FCC, TUV Rheinland, and BIS. This is a sign that the launch date is approaching. It was discovered on Geekbench 5, which revealed some specs.

According to the description, the gadget would be powered by the old MediaTek Helio A22 CPU, along with 3GB RAM and Android 12 OS.

At the time, that’s all we know about the Redmi A1, but we’re keen to see where the phone will be sold, especially in India, where the Indian government is reportedly aiming to prohibit phones from Chinese firms priced less than Rs 12,000. Aside from that, the Redmi A1 looks to be a very ordinary product based on what has been leaked thus far.


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