After POCO now Infinix is also entering the Tablet market, shows up on two certifications

Recently, we reported that POCO is working on its first tablet, and now it seems that Infinix will soon be joining the race. We’ve spotted an upcoming Infinix Tablet on EEC(Eurasian Economic Commission) and TUV Rheinland certifications. These certifications not only reveal that a tablet is coming but also provide insights into the potential battery specifications.

Here’s what I found on the EEC certification: there are two model numbers listed, “X1101B” and “X1101”. The listing shows it was approved on the 15th of March 2024 with the notification number “KZ0000007713”. Looking at the model numbers, the only difference is the addition of “B” to one of them. At this stage, it’s hard to say whether this signifies the same variant for a different market or a distinct variant altogether. Moving forward, while EEC showed two model numbers, TUV lists only one model number, “X1101”. According to the TUV certification, this upcoming tablet will feature a 6,800 mAh battery. Despite appearing on these two certifications, their monikers remain unknown.

On the other hand, Infinix is also gearing up for its next GTVERSE series. The company has already teased the Infinix GT Book and is expected to launch multiple gadgets under the GT tagline.




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