Xiaomi Redmi Note 6, Mi7 Lite, Mi Mix 3s, and Other Smartphones Reportedly Spotted.

Xiaomi, a Chinese phone maker appears to have big plans in the European markets. As per the leaked list of upcoming smartphones suggestion. The company is said to be expanding its products range into Europe at a quick pace. A new Eurasian Economic Commission report has been surfaced online, hinting at a number of Ciaomi handsets that may launch soon. The list includes smartphones, such as Mi 7 Lite, which appears to be a mid-range variant of the anticipated Xiaomi Mi7 flagship. The company is expected to launch Mi 7 this month, as its 8th-anniversary smartphone. Additionally, devices like Mi S-series, Redmi 6-series, Redmi A-series, and more have also been listed.

While the EEC is a regulatory body in countries such as Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, and Armenia. According to it, a list of Xiaomi products has reportedly spotted on its site by KillerFeatures. It mentions a variety of unreleased smartphones in the company’s Mi and Redmi line. Interestingly, the spotted list also adds a few handsets, such as Mi Mix 2s and Redmi S2 – these are those handsets already been launched in other markets.

In fact, Xiaomi is expected to unveil a new Mi S-series of smartphones – Xiaomi Mi S1, Mi S2, Mi S3 – alongside Redmi S1 and S3. The Redmi Mi Mix 2s will also have a successor in Mi Mix 3s. However, there is no mention of a Mi Mix 3 smartphone as yet.

The listing of smartphones coming from Xiaomi has names of successors in the Redmi Note series – like Redmi Note 6, Redmi Note 6A, Redmi Note 6a Prime, Redmi Note 6 Prime, Redmi 6 Plus, and Redmi 6a Plus, too.

It’s worth noting that the listing was filed on May 11 and is valid up to December 31, 2023, indicating that some of the smartphones may not even launch in 2018. But it is unlikely that Xiaomi will debut the Mi Mix 3s this year itself, as the successor, and expected to see the Redmi 6 lineup later this year or early 2019. The company might unveil the Mi 7 Lite and possibly another series of handsets in Mi S-series in 2018.

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