Xiaomi Mi 4 passes through FCC

21 November, 2015
This comes less than a month after the company's Redmi 2 Pro handset was certified by the US agency.

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It must be for Brazil sells.

  • b0ne

passer, 22 Nov 2015why xiaomi phone? i think iphone is more suitable for usa userfar from it

  • passer

why xiaomi phone? i think iphone is more suitable for usa user

  • Zakelinho

Anonymous, 21 Nov 2015sorry guys but there is a typo. it is Mi 5. Mi 4 is the old... moreIt's Mi4. See the specs ...

  • AnonD-468176

I don't know why this companies, if they don't going to sell this phone in US have to go thru this, US government don't rule the world!!

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 21 Nov 2015sorry guys but there is a typo. it is Mi 5. Mi 4 is the old... moreread the article man

  • AnonD-184674

AnonD-463876, 21 Nov 2015"And the colombian CRC needs a FCC certification for any ph... moreYes. Every homologated phone here, has the FCC certification, but in many cases they are not tested directly by FCC.
Here is the link for every homologated phone
http://www.siust.gov.co/siic/publico/terminal-homologada

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 21 Nov 2015sorry guys but there is a typo. it is Mi 5. Mi 4 is the old... more'Cause Mi 5 has an S801 and was released August of last year, right? Facepalmingly wrong. If you read further through the article, no description was given to Mi 5 nor was it discussed. They actually mean that Mi 4 just recently passed FCC over a year after its release. And they actually meant the soon/yet-to-be released Redmi 2 Pro passed FCC ahead of the already released Mi 4. I do not see any problem or error with that. I take it that you base FCC approvals by the chronological order of phone releases

  • Anonymous

sorry guys but there is a typo. it is Mi 5. Mi 4 is the older version!

  • AnonD-463876

AnonD-184674, 21 Nov 2015If a phone is certified by the FCC, doesn't mean it's gonna... more"And the colombian CRC needs a FCC certification for any phone that lands here." Wait what?!

  • AnonD-184674

If a phone is certified by the FCC, doesn't mean it's gonna be sold in the US. Look for example, the Redmi 2 Pro. It's certified and right now, officially, it's selling here in Colombia. Yeah, Xiaomi lands in Colombian officially. And the colombian CRC needs a FCC certification for any phone that lands here.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 21 Nov 2015I was thinking two things when I saw the headline: Did g... moreOnly one thing that came to mind when I saw your comment: Goest to show you didn't bother to read past the headline

  • AnonD-459470

To me kitkat user interface is better than lollipop,this time around xiaomi make it by reversing os version.

  • Sid

Anonymous, 21 Nov 2015I was thinking two things when I saw the headline: Did g... moreSame thing happened to me too :-p

  • Anonymous

... So the Mi4C will arrive next year???

  • AnonD-168006

It is an FCC certification, which must be done if a vendor wants to sell in the US. So, probably the phone will start selling there in some time, officially now and directly from Xiaomi.

  • AnonD-459470

To me kitkat user interface is better than lollipop,this time around xiaomi make it by reversing os version.

  • Anonymous

I was thinking two things when I saw the headline:

Did gsmarena do a typo when typing 5?

Or did I travel back in time?

  • AnonD-347427

Is it comes with windows 10...