A New Xiaomi Redmi Passes FCC, Will Be The Entry of The Brand to United States?

Xiaomi international expansion is one of those promises that seem to not get ever, but there are new clues that point to the landing of the Chinese brand in the United States, and is that Xiaomi Redmi without identifying it would have passed FCC.

A few days ago could attend international event of Xiaomi during the CES show in Las Vegas, but although there were rumours that could launch its first smartphone in us lands, instead we had to comply with Xiaomi Mi Mix white which will only be sold in China. It be this mysterious device Redmi the entrance of Xiaomi in the land of opportunity?

The Redmi family grows, but where?

Despite talk of a possible Redmi Note 5, this smartphone features could be before the variation of the current Note 4 that is talking about for days. You already have the details of the rumored Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 X and even saw it pass by Tena, the counterpart of the FCC in China.

The registration is accompanied by some schemes with the design of the terminal, and by which we can distinguish, the line is very similar to the of the Redmi Note 4, especially at the rear where the fingerprint reader and the Chamber have been placed.

But let’s talk about its features as mentioned are the most revealing. According to the register, the terminal will count with a 5.5 inch Panel and its overall dimensions shall be 150 x 75 mm, practically the same as the Redmi Note 4 (151 x 76 mm).

In the memory section would offer 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of capacity, while the processor would be in charge of a Snapdragon 652, Although this fact is not confirmed in the features. What it appears is its battery, which would be a more than reasonable 4000 mAh (Redmi Note 4 offers 4,100 mAh).

At the moment Xiaomi has not confirmed anything about this terminal, but we could learn more about it in the next edition of the fair Mobile World Congress which takes place in late February. Xiaomi repeat away from home and this time Yes surprised us with a smartphone that is sold outside China, although knowing his history we can’t help but be skeptical.