Upcoming Smartphones December: OnePlus RT, Xiaomi 12, Pixel 5a, Poco M4 Pro, Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G

Upcoming mobiles in India in December 2021? After some good releases in October, India will see a few smartphones launching in December as we bid goodbye to the year. With Christmas in the last week of December, a bunch of anticipated smartphones will be making their way to the country in December. With a lot still in the waiting line, this month will see some great devices being unveiled in the country.

Upcoming Smartphones December: OnePlus RT, Xiaomi 12, Pixel 5a, Poco M4 Pro, Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G

From flagships to mid-range phones, we will see some much-awaited devices launching in December in India.

Checkout the upcoming smartphones in December in India.

OnePlus RT / OnePlus 9RT

Leakster Max Jambor recently confirmed OnePlus RT launch date in India, said to happen on December 16. OnePlus RT will basically be a remodelled OnePlus 9RT for India. Previously tipster Mukul Sharma confirmed that OnePlus 9RT has been listed on the Google Supported Devices List and Google Play Listing with a different name where the 9 is missing and hence OnePlus may launch the device as OnePlus RT in India.

The same device with model number OP5154L1 was previously spotted on the BIS certification website. 

Redmi K50, Redmi K50 Pro

Redmi K50 series specifications have been leaked. Popular tipster Digital Chat Station confirmed that Redmi K50 smartphones will come with Dimensity chips and Snapdragon SoCs. As per the leak, Redmi K50 series will have four devices, and wherein two of them will be powered by the Dimensity 7000 and 9000 chipsets and two will run on Snapdragon 870 and Snapdragon 8 Gen1. He also said the upcoming Redmi K50 models will come with MIUI 13 out of the box.

Xiaomi 12 and 12X are also tipped to launch in December with MIUI 13. MIUI 13 will see a major visual upgrade with iOS-like widgets, a new smart toolbox, front camera assistant, MIUI Pure Mode, expandable RAM and multiple customisations. 

Xiaomi 12

Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun confirmed the upcoming flagship by the company will run on Qualcomm’s all new flagship chip. Jun didn’t reveal the Xiaomi 12 launch date, but it is said to debut on December 12. Qualcomm is yet to confirm the exact name, and is being referred to as “our newest flagship Snapdragon 8-series platform”. It could be called Snapdragon 8 5G Gen 1 mobile platform.

Popular internet leakster Digital Chat Station previously shared that the upcoming Xiaomi 12 phones will come with curved displays. Xiaomi 12 will feature an updated 50MP main camera, a Full HD+ AMOLED display of 120Hz refresh with a larger optical fingerprint scanner and 100W charging.

Poco M4 Pro 5G

Poco M4 Pro 5G recently launched as a rebranded Redmi Note 11. But some reports suggest Xiaomi may bring the Poco M4 Pro 5G and not rebrand it again as the Redmi Note 11T 5G in India. The Poco M series have worked very well for the brand, and we will see a Poco M3 Pro 5G successor in the country soon. Redmi Note 11T 5G India launch has been confirmed, and Poco M4 Pro 5G eventually is the same model, so chances are it may not come to India.

But remember Xiaomi did the same with Poco M2 Pro and Redmi Note 9 Pro, which were the same models as well except for the brand and charging capacities. So Poco M4 Pro India launch can definitely happen later, yet to be confined by the company.

Pixel 5a

Google unveiled the Pixel 5a with 5G support a while back, and it was being expected in India during Diwali. Many hint at the cancellation of Pixel 5a launch in India, but there are still some strong chances. Google released the Pixel 4a 4G version in India last September, and it still keeps the doors open for Pixel 5a India release. The device was earlier expected to release in early October, but it’s yet to be confirmed. 

The company is yet to confirm Pixel 5a India release date, and the Diwali-period did seem the probable time for the release of Pixel 5a 5G in the country, but sadly it didn’t happen. December is probably the last month we can expect the device to launch in India, or it seems like a lost cause.

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