Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A Prime visits FCC; Is Xiaomi entering the U.S. soon?

Xiaomi seems to be all set to enter the U.S. market soon.

    Earlier today, we saw that the Xiaomi Redmi 5A has visited the TENAA certification website in China tipping that there will be two variants of the smartphone. Now, there is another interesting news as the Redmi Note 5A Prime has visited FCC.

    Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A Prime visits FCC; Is Xiaomi's U.S.entry nearing?

    According to a report by Android Headlines, a Xiaomi device with the model number MDG6S has appeared on the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) website in the U.S. There is a speculation that this device could be the Redmi Note 5A Prime. Having said that, we can expect that Xiaomi will officially launch its smartphones in the U.S. market pretty soon.

    Also read: Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 renders reveal dual rear cameras and design

    Until now, Xiaomi phones were used by those in the U.S. by importing the same. US Mobile was offering the Xiaomi smartphones unofficially and it doesn't offer these phones anymore. So, the Mi fans in the U.S. can get a chance to buy the Xiaomi devices officially with the entry of the company into the market.

    Talking about the FCC listing, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A Prime boasts of a 5.5-inch HD 720p IPS LCD display and makes use of a Snapdragon 435 SoC paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage space. Also, there appears to be a microSD card slot for expandable storage on board.

    Also read: Upcoming Xiaomi Redmi smartphone to feature 18:9 display

    Just because the Xiaomi device has cleared FCC, it does not mean that the company will start selling its devices in the United States. The company is yet to announce the expansion into the U.S. market officially. However, it is a good indication as the US buyers can get their hands on the Xiaomi devices in the near future.

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