Xiaomi launches latest phones in Thailand

Xiaomi launches latest phones in Thailand

The leak also confirms the existence of Mi 8th anniversary smartphone. There's no clarity on whether Xiaomi will launch Mi 7 as Mi 8, or separately announce Mi 8, making it their special anniversary edition phone, similar to how Apple did at its tenth anniversary with the iPhone X.

There's no official word from Xiaomi on a possible launch of the new Redmi phones. As per a report in Gizmochina, Chinese tipsters have claimed that Xiaomi has planned a product launch event at the end of this month.

Apart from disclosing the launch event date, the images also revealed that the tickets for the event are priced between CNY 799 (roughly Rs. 8,500) and CNY 1,999 (roughly Rs. 21,300). The leak also details that the event will accommodate a large capacity of 5,000 people at its annual product launch event.

Xiaomi seems to be planning to release quite a few smartphones in the coming months, at least according to leaked info, so this phone could either belong in the company's Redmi series, or Xiaomi may release a whole new series of devices based on how many phones surfaced on Geekbench, and how many the company plans to push out to the market. The box package was leaked on Chinese site My Drivers. The report also mentions that this particular smartphone may be unveiled as the company it was formally introduced in the Mi Community. It appears that the handset will have thin bezels on the sides and a small chin at the bottom. Reports reveal that the Mi 7 could come with a 3D facial recognition tech that's as advanced and accurate as the iPhone X. Unless Xiaomi plans to launch a new E series, this E6 smartphone could either be a new Redmi device, or it could be the global variant of the Redmi S2 as mentioned above. The Mi 7 will come with an iPhone X like notch on the front panel which will include earpiece, selfie camera and a bunch of sensors for its own Face ID tech. Both the smartphones are powered by an octa-core processor and pack up to 4GB of RAM and run Android 8.1 Oreo.

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