Xiaomi has certified five of its devices, and they seem to be on their way to Europe, according to the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). The devices that got certified are the Xiaomi Mi A2, Mi Max 3, Mi 8, POCOPHONE, and the Mi Box 3… in addition to those, another mysterious phone got certified, but we're not sure what will it be called. As you can see, out of all the listed devices, only two had been announced thus far, the Mi 8 flagship and the Mi Box 3 smart TV box.
The Xiaomi Mi A2 is expected to launch later this month, as Xiaomi scheduled a press conference in Madrid, Spain for July 24, and even though the company still did not confirm that the Mi A2 will be announced, pretty much everything points in that direction. The Xiaomi Mi Max 3 leaks have been popping up intensively over the last couple of weeks, and that phone will be announced in the near future, but we still do not know when. The Mi Max 3 will probably launch in China first, and it will arrive to other markets soon after that. The Mi Max 3 is the company's upcoming phablet, it will sport a huge display most probably, close to 7 inches, and it will arrive with noticeably smaller bezels than its predecessor, the Mi Max 2. The Xiaomi Mi 8 flagship had been introduced earlier this year, and it originally launched in China, but as expected, it seems like Xiaomi is planning to launch it in Europe as well. The device launched in three variants, two flagship models, and a mid-range one, and we're still not sure if all three will arrive to Europe, or only the based Mi 8 model.
The Xiaomi POCOPHONE is quite a mystery at this point, the device got certified by the FCC quite recently, but we really don't have all that much info when it comes to that phone. Some rumors are claiming it will be a flagship smartphone for the US market, but it seems like it's coming to Europe as well, and that whole 'flagship' tag doesn't make all that much sense considering that the Mi 8 is coming as well, and that the Mi MIX 3 will become official later this year. In any case, Xiaomi had already opened its Mi Home stores in parts of Europe, and it remains to be seen when will some of these devices arrive to those stores.