FCC approves Xiaomi Redmi 2 Pro, could launch in the US soon
Xiaomi may be looking to expand its horizon and extend the reach of its tentacles well past its home Chinese market as a new FCC authorization on one of its devices (which is yet to be released, by the way) suggests that this would be the breakout phone for Xiaomi in the United States’ market.
The Xiaomi Redmi 2 Pro device was at the United States’ Wireless Regulator’s office and came out with a YES on its certification. It is no new knowledge that all phones that gets approved by the FCC do not always end up going commercial in the US but there’s strong reason to believe that Xiaomi is going all the way with this one.
For all we know so far, the device is built with a 4.7 inch of screen and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset. Running on 2GB of RAM, there is 16GB of internal storage on board for you to look forward to but a rather small 2200mAh battery, compared to what we been seeing lately.
According to the FCC’s approval, the device is compatible with the 850 and 1900 GSM bands and also with LTE services LTE 2,4,7 which simply translates to being compatible with T-Mobile and AT&T.
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