Even though Xiaomi and Meizu are two of the most popular smartphones makers in China, it has been difficult for U.S. consumers to get their hands on these devices since the only way to do so was by importing them. However, now, that's all about to change.

After previously expressing the desire to move into the U.S. market, Xiami and Meizu smartphones have finally arrived. US Mobile, the mobile virtual network operator that uses T-Mobile's network, has begun selling Xiaomi and Meizu phones starting Sunday night.

These include the Xiaomi Redmi 2, which retails for $119, the Xiaomi Mi 3 for $135, the Xiaomi Mi 4i for $219 and the Meizu Note 2 for $149.

Although these aren't the company's best models, like the high-end Xiaomi Mi Note, these smartphones still provide decent specs for affordable prices. For example, the Mi 4i has a five-inch JDI Full HD display with 1920 by 1080 resolution, 13 MP Sony/Samsung rear camera, 5 MP front-facing camera and Snapdragon 64-bit octa-core processor with 2 GB of RAM, up to 32 GB of storage and a 3120 mAh battery. Meizu's Note 2 features a 5.5-inch 1080p Full HD screen, 64-bit octa-core CPU, dual-SIM, 13 MP camera with dual-tone flash and Sony's 3100 mAh battery.