Five Xiaomi products have passed through the EEC regulatory commission’s website. The products include the Mi Max 3, POCOPHONE and Mi 8 flagship. The filings suggest that these products will launch in Russia or Europe at large. Xiaomi has been spreading its wings across Europe in 2018, but the brand may not be done yet. Five Xiaomi products have passed through the EEC regulatory body (h/t: GSMArena and MySmartPrice), suggesting Russians and Europeans at large will soon have even more devices to choose from. The filings reveal that the unreleased Mi Max 3, POCOPHONE, and Mi A2 phones could be launching in the region soon. But the listings also reference the previously revealed Mi 8 flagship and Mi Box 3 streaming gadget. The filings aren’t an outright guarantee that they’ll be landing in Russia or Western Europe, however; plans could change or Xiaomi may just want to file the paperwork in case it decides to launch them at a later date. What to know about these devices? The Xiaomi Mi Max 3. TENAA Xiaomi’s Mi Max 3 is set for launch on July 19, with regulatory filings revealing a 6.9-inch full HD+ display, 5,300mAh battery, dual-camera setup, up to 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage. Meanwhile, the POCOPHONE has previously surfaced on the FCC’s website, suggesting we’re looking at a brand new device family rather than a regional model. The FCC test reports note that it will have 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of storage, but we don’t know much else about the phone. Editor's Pick These are the best Xiaomi phones Xiaomi might not be well known in the West, but it's popular in many Asian countries. It was the fourth-largest smartphone manufacturer by market share in China last year, according to Counterpoint. It beat Apple by … The Mi A2 is expected to be an Android One-toting version of the previously launched Mi 6X. So look out for a phone with a Snapdragon 660 processor, a 6-inch full HD+ screen, 4GB/6GB RAM, 32GB/64GB/128GB of storage and a 12MP/20MP dual camera setup. The Chinese brand is holding an event on July 24 in Spain, so we’re expecting the Mi A2 then. Of course, the Xiaomi Mi 8 is the highest spec’d phone of the lot, and its EEC listing suggests the firm is finally ready to bring it to the global stage. It’s packing a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage, dual 12MP camera setup, and a 3,400mAh battery. What would you like Xiaomi to bring to your market? Let us know in the comments section!