Whelp, it looks like Xiaomi’s product lineup for the next months — years, even — has been spotted by India’s Killer Features on the site of regulatory body Eurasian Economic Commission.
The technology publication did not include any link to the actual page on the website of the EEC, so we at Revü can’t verify the claim the document found below.
If it’s for real, then these 15 Xiaomi smartphones are in the pipeline:
- Mi 7 Lite
- Mi S1
- Mi S2
- Mi S3
- Mi MIX 3S
- Redmi S1
- Redmi S3
- Redmi Note 6
- Redmi Note 6A
- Redmi Note 6A Prime
- Redmi Note 6 Prime
- Redmi 6 Plus
- Redmi 6A Plus
- Redmi A1
- Redmi A2
The listing suggests that there will be a lite version of the company’s upcoming flagship phone, the Mi 7. The Xiaomi Mi 7 Lite might be the unit seen on benchmark site Geekbench a week ago, as that one uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, not 845 as had previously spotted.
The listing also shows that 10 of the unannounced models come from the Redmi series. This is something that people who are on a budget will most likely welcome. Unfortunately, the products’ respective prices and release dates are not shown.
Two devices mentioned in the document that have already been launched include the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S and Redmi S2.
The former, which is tied with the Apple iPhone X and the Huawei Mate 10 Pro on camera-ratings site DxOMark, was launched on March 27, 2018. It will be available in the Philippines starting at P27,990 (about $534) in June. Unless prices of other Qualcomm Snapdragon 845-powered handsets drastically drop soon, then the Mi MIX 2S will be the cheapest phone with that chip in the country. You can read our review of the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S here.
The Redmi S2, on the other hand, was launched in China on May 10, 2018. Xiaomi has dubbed it the best Redmi smartphone for selfies. It has not been announced in the Philippines… yet.
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