Xiaomi phones have been frequently popping up on TENAA and other regulatory websites lately. The latest bit of info comes from the FCC, where Xiaomi devices got approved, and the same model numbers popped at Singapore’s Communications Authority. The more interesting part is that under “Marketing Name”, the Xiaomi M1805D1SG is listed as Mi A2 Lite, suggesting the arrival of a cheaper Mi A2.
The listings reveal only technical details like bands and frequencies for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections, but they come just in time for a follow-up of the Xiaomi Mi 6X announcement last month.
We speculated the phones might be part of the new Redmi 6 series, but apparently Xiaomi decided to surprise everyone.
Xiaomi phones are the most customizable phones out there. The bootloaders of the phone can all be unlocked either online by registering and receiving (within a week or two) an unlock code or offline in the case of the Mi A1 by issuing the standard G...
Just change mi a1 screen to 18:9 body ratio & release. why to release these crap phones & torture us. that back design am seeing it from first redmi phone i guess.
Android One on Xiaomi is a joke, Mi A1 is still on 8.0. Get a Nokia instead