Year 2018 has started with much expectations and speculations in the technology world. The expectations were also triggered by the CES 2018 program which brought a lot of innovations to the public. And now, Xiaomi is bringing out another one. Xiaomi Mi 7 or Mi Max 3 has started taking over hundreds of technology pages with leaks and speculations.
To put the icing on the cake, another event is imminent, the MWC 2018, which promises to be a dream come true for numerous Android fans, as many smartphone makers will display their latest and best incorporation at the international exhibition. 2018 we can add our favorite brand, Xiaomi, to that list. The company plans to use a global stage like this to showcase their Xiaomi Mi 7.
Expected Specs For Xiaomi Mi 7
The CEO of Xiaomi has already revealed his intentions to equip the 2018 flagship with the Snapdragon 845 chip. But, surprisingly, very little is known about the physical aspect of the phone.
Fortunately, there are some renders that have appeared in the past, but another render of the device has recently been found. Days before, we saw just a look at the back of the device. But that is not enough for us. So today’s filtered image shows a front that looks like a flipped version of the Mi MIX 2 design. Therefore, the upper bezel would be present, while the lower part is completely free of frames.
If this design of the Mi 7 turns out to be true, I could place it some points on the Mi MIX 2 because the upper bezel houses some sensors that are vital, although it still looks very thin. Not only that, if this filtering is accurate, it could surpass Mi MIX 2 in screen-body relation.
Also, the rendering of the Xiaomi Mi 7 also shows a dual rear camera configuration and a fingerprint reader on the back. The Mi 7 would have the AI capability to deliver stellar photographs as part of the company’s goal of focusing on AI in 2018.
In general, for new smartphones on the way, the MWC 2018 promises to be a show that we cannot wait to see. We look forward to Xiaomi offering an impressive design in the exhibition.