Redmi 12 on FCC
A tech writer named Kacper Skrzypek exposed the Redmi 12's MediaTek Helio G88 chipset on Twitter. Even though we don't have the complete spec sheet, we can easily infer from the FCC certificate, which provides basic details like the IMEI of the device, that this is a cheap model.
The Redmi 12 has the model number "23053RN02Y" in the IMEI database, according to Kacper's tweet. The Redmi 10 from two years ago also has the same chipset as the Redmi 12, MediaTek Helio G88, so if you assume the Redmi 12 is a brand-new phone, you'd be mistaken. In many ways, Redmi 12 is a replica of Redmi 10.
Xiaomi 12 new update
Xiaomi is essentially producing a "new phone" by changing its appearance and branding. Minor changes are anticipated before to publication. The recently released Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G, which has the same Snapdragon 732G processor as the Redmi Note 10 Pro, used a similar strategy. The most logical explanation for why identical gadgets with various names are released as "new" is the availability of software.
Redmi 12 update Android 13
In fact, companies like Samsung also rename and redesign their entry-level products, which were first released years ago, and resell them as new products. The phones typically include the most recent Android version. However, the Redmi Note 12 Pro 4G, which debuts in 2023, comes pre-installed with Android 11. The Redmi 12's compatibility with the most recent Android version will be determined in the following days.
What is the new model of Mi 2023?
On May 3, 2023, Xiaomi Redmi 12 is anticipated to launch. This Xiaomi Redmi 12 2023 base edition, which is anticipated to come in Black and Gold colour options, has 6 GB RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.