Chinese smartphone maker, Xiaomi has announced the global unveiling of its new smartphone on April 25 at an event to be held at Wuhan University, China. The news comes straight from the horse’s mouth, Xiaomi’s VP Wang Xiang, who has also shared some camera samples of the upcoming phone on his twitter handle. Xiaomi has also started rolling out invites for the press event.
— Wang Xiang (@XiangW_) April 12, 2018
Both, Weibo teaser and tweet from VP, however, didn’t mention the name of the phone, but we are counting on the release of either Xiaomi flagship phone Mi 7 or the successor or the Mi 6X (which will launch as Mi A2 in India).
Xiaomi Mi 7 Specifications (Expected)
The Mi 7 is the most-awaited smartphone of the year and people are waiting for its launch since the start of the year. It will succeed company’s last year Mi 6 and expected to feature 6.01-inch 18:9 OLED display, octa-core Snapdragon 845 chipset, up to 8GB of RAM, and Android Oreo with MIUI 9. The latest leak also hints at the presence of an under-display fingerprint sensor on the phone.
Xiaomi Mi 6X Specifications (Expected)
The Mi 6X, on the other hand, is another Xiaomi smartphone that was spotted on Chinese certification site Tenna with model number M1804D2SE. The Mi 6X is expected to boast a 5.99-inch 18:9 display, 2910 mAh, Helio P60/Snapdragon 626 octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB internal storage.
The Mi 6X is going to succeed Mi 5X, aka the Mi A1, which means that if the phone is launched at the upcoming Xiaomi event in China, it could land as Mi A2 in India.