Three upcoming Xiaomi smartphones have just been certified in Russia
Upcoming Xiaomi Mi A2
Various new Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) certification listings have reconfirmed the existence of three upcoming Xiaomi smartphones which are all set to launch in the near future.
Starting off with the device that will launch first, the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 has received its certification in Russia under the model number M1804E4A. At this moment in time, the smartphone is set to become official on July 19 in China and, although no information as to when it will arrive in Europe is known at the moment, the certification listing at least confirms that this will happen sooner or later. Continuing on with Xiaomi’s announcement schedule, the next smartphone that has once again been spotted is the Mi A2 which boasts the model number M1804D2SG. This Android One device is expected to be announced in Madrid, Spain on July 24 at a global launch event and actually leaked in its entirety yesterday. In fact, in addition to confirming the design, specs, and pricing of the smartphone, it was also revealed that it would be joined by a cheaper sibling, dubbed the Mi A2 Lite.
As well as these two devices, one of the EEC filings also relates to the mysterious Pocophone. Presently, it’s unclear when the low-cost brand will choose to launch the smartphone or what it will be called upon release – the name could either be a codename or a new sub-brand, but what is known at this moment in time is that it will ship with 6GB of RAM and the choice of either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. Also, recent leaks have pointed towards the presence of a notched display.