Xiaomi European product lineup leaks: Mi 7 Lite, Mi Mix 3s & Redmi 6 series all coming

Xiaomi European product lineup leaks: Mi 7 Lite, Mi Mix 3s & Redmi 6 series all coming
A new EEC certificate hints at a number of upcoming Xiaomi releases. In recent times, the popular Chinese brand has been expanding into European markets at quite a rapid pace, with France and Italy being the next to receive the brand’s devices later this month. Now, thanks to a new certificate that was spotted on the Eurasian Economic Commission – which is the regulatory body in markets such as Russia, Armenia, and Belarus – it appears Xiaomi has big plans for Europe in the future.

Starting off in flagship territory, recent information points towards Xiaomi launching the upcoming Mi 7 in 10 days’ time, on May 23. But thanks to this certificate, it appears the Chinese OEM is planning to release a mid-range alternative too, dubbed the Mi 7 Lite. In addition, the certificate also confirms plans for an eventual Xiaomi Mi Mix 3s. Continuing on with the Mi lineup, Xiaomi appears to have plans for at least three generations of a new S-line, with the Mi S1, Mi S2, and Mi S3 all being mentioned in the listing. These will be accompanied by future Redmi-branded devices known as the Redmi S1, and S3. Other additions to the Redmi series will be the Redmi A1 and Redmi A2, as well as a successor to the brand’s current Redmi 5 devices. This means the Redmi Note 6, Redmi Note 6A, Redmi Note 6A Prime, Redmi Note 6 Prime, Redmi 6 Plus, and Redmi 6A Plus are all on their way.

The EEC filing in question is effective until the very end of 2023, suggesting not all of these devices will be coming this year. Xiaomi will most likely launch the Redmi 6 series towards the beginning of 2019, with the Mi Mix 3s likely following shortly after. In terms of 2018 releases, however, the Mi 7 Lite and a possible Mi S-branded device to accompany the recently-announced Redmi S2 should be expected in the near future.



1. TechSceptic

Posts: 1156; Member since: Feb 05, 2018

I probably wouldn't buy a Xiaomi phone personally, but it's great that consumers in Europe is going to have even more options, especially when American brands are excessively overpricing their products in Europe. Another effect of consumers having more options, when they're looking for a smartphone, is that it's also going to lead to more competition among smartphone brands in Europe. The best thing in the world for a consumer is to have options and therefore a freedom of choice, which is also the main reasons i really like Android, as it is build on the same principles. This is overall great for European consumers.

2. vasta

Posts: 74; Member since: Apr 02, 2018

American brands... Apple?

3. GREATexpectations

Posts: 16; Member since: Jun 20, 2017

Exactly my thought lol. Maybe American and South Korean brands would be more accurate?

7. worldpeace

Posts: 3135; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

Did you miss this part? "American brands are excessively overpricing their products in Europe". Especially this 2 words "excessively overpricing".

4. TechSceptic

Posts: 1156; Member since: Feb 05, 2018

Apple is one of them, but Google is the other. Let me just introduce you to the prices of devices such as the Pixel 2 XL and iPhone X, which are both over half a year old now, especially the Pixel 2 XL. Let's compare the pricing of those in my country to the pricing of recent flagship smartphones. Cheapest Pricing in my country in Europe: Pixel 2 XL (64GB): 1.036,48 USD iPhone X (64GB): 1.240,11 USD Now compare those to these much newer flagships: Samsung Galaxy S9+ (64GB): 984,82 USD Huawei P20 Pro (128GB): 956,75 USD Apple is really really greedy with their pricing here, even more than they are in the US, but that's how they get their large profit margins. Google isn't quite as bad. Google has other issues tho, as Google is absolutely horrible at expanding their products to any other market that isn't the US, and this is for both software and hardware. The Google store in my country is essentially empty, we can't buy anything from Google, and i live in rich country. Furthermore, it's not just hardware that isn't available, we still don't officially have Google Assistant support after all these years. Google is literally the worst out of every major brand out there, when it comes to expanding your products to more than a single market. The Chinese brands have a better presence in Europe than Google, and Chinese brands usually like to stay within their own market.

5. Duncdawg26

Posts: 193; Member since: Jan 20, 2017


6. Diego!

Posts: 880; Member since: Jun 15, 2009

So no Xiaomi Mi Mix 3S this year... Oh! :(

9. Loveneesh

Posts: 452; Member since: Jul 14, 2015

Mi mix 2s is just announced couple of months ago, and you here expecting mi mix 3s??

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