Another day, another Xiaomi phone popping out. A new model made by the Chinese giant in the top 5 best smartphone manufacturers in the world has just received the Eurasian certification. The device is identified by the codename M1804C3CG but unfortunately, the certification did not reveal any detail about the specs. So, it is impossible from this certification to understand which model we are talking about. It does not seem to be the upcoming Mi Max 3 or Mi Max 3 Pro as they have different codenames, but we can recognize the model number as it has already been certified by FCC before.
According to the FCC listing, Xiaomi M1804C3CG exists in two memory configurations: one with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage and another with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. Further, it had the MIUI 9 installed out of the box. According to the most reliable hypotheses, it is a variant of the newly-announced Mi 6X which will soon come in the global market as the Xiaomi Mi A2 with Android One on board. If so, it would be an entry-level version of the handset with a more affordable price tag.
In case you missed it, the Mi 6X has a full metal unibody design and a 5.99-inch display showing images at a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels with the tall 18:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, it sports an octa-core Snapdragon 660 chipset by Qualcomm, that is the best midrange SoC by Qualcomm if we exclude the Snapdragon 710. In the version already available in the market, this handset features up to 6 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of internal storage. It also has a pretty nice dual camera setup with a 12 and 20 MP resolutions, with both sensors having f/1.8 apertures. At last, there is a battery with a capacity of 3010 mAh.