Redmi Note 13 Turbo will offer 90W charging, 3C certification confirmed

Redmi Note 13 Turbo will offer 90W charging, 3C certification confirmed

The Redmi model number 24069RA21C, which is under development, has passed China’s 3C quality certification. This phone is expected to be the successor to the Redmi Note 12 Turbo, which was released back in March last year. Let’s go through what we know about this upcoming Redmi device.

First, the 3C certification details reveal the charging power of the alleged Redmi Note 13 Turbo. This phone supports an input power of up to 5-20 VDC 6.1-4.5A (maximum 90W).

According to previous reports, the Note 13 Turbo may be equipped with a 5000 mAh battery and an OLED display with a resolution of 1.5 thousand dots. As for the chipset, the Redmi Note 13 Turbo/Poco F6 could be powered by the new Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 chip after the Xiaomi Civi 4 Pro, which was just released in China and will reportedly remain exclusive to China and India. In fact, Redmi has already announced the use of the new chip in one of its upcoming phones.

Speaking of the global version of this phone, the Poco F6, it is expected to be launched in April. Redmi’s director and product manager Wang Teng Thomas has previously stated that the investment required to switch to the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 chip is significantly higher compared to last year’s 7-series chip.

The predecessor to the Redmi Note 12 Turbo supported 67W charging, making the 90W charging of its supposed successor a significant upgrade. It also offered a 5000 mAh battery. This phone was powered by a Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 chip and was available in storage configurations ranging from 8GB+356GB to 16GB+1TB. This phone cost 1,999 yuan (~290 USD) for the 8GB+256GB configuration, while the 16GB+1TB version cost 2,799 yuan (~405 USD) at launch.


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