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Review Xiaomi Mi 7 Price and Release Date


A screen capture as far as anyone knows uncovering the specialized specs of the Xiaomi Mi 7 has spilled on Weibo and has since been advancing around the web, coming to us by means of GizmoChina. The key specs uncovered by the picture are: a 4,480 mAh battery (1,130 mAh bigger than that of the Mi 6), a 16+16 MP double back camera, 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of inner stockpiling and a 5.65-inch show with Full HD+ 2,160 x 1,080 determination. The gadget seems, by all accounts, to be running MIUI 8.1.30x, an engineer ROM form. Obviously, the officially affirmed Snapdragon 845 processor was likewise present. The screen capture’s substance ought to be taken with a grain of salt, given that the source of the data is obscure.

Price and release date

A high-level employee within Xiaomi told Android Headlines that the Xiaomi Mi 7 will not be unveiled at MWC as previously expected, so we’re likely to see the device emerge afterward, perhaps in March or April. The device’s predecessor, the Xiaomi Mi 6, launched in April 2017 in China for ¥2499 (64 GB) to ¥2899 (128 GB). Converted to US Dollars, that’s about $400-460. For Xiaomi’s next flagship, the price is likely to stay a great value at around the $500 mark.

Design and renders

Of all the alleged renders of the Xiaomi Mi 7 to leak thus far, there’s one that stands out as being more intriguing and higher quality than the rest. The image you’ll see below, via Android Headlines and originally posted on Weibo, shows a stylish smartphone with thin bezels (recalling the Mi Mix 2), rounded corners, a dual rear camera and a rear fingerprint scanner. Sadly, it’s impossible to say whether the phone’s back is made of metal or glass based on this.

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Artificial Intelligence

The Xiaomi Mi 7 could use AI for better connectivity, better battery life and better photos. Xiaomi founder, Chairman and CEO Lei Jun attended Qualcomm Technologies’ second annual Snapdragon Technology Summit in December 2017, and in addition to announcing that the company’s next flagship smartphone would feature the Snapdragon 845 processor, it was also revealed that “Xiaomi is seeking to tap on the Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities built in Snapdragon 845, with its next-generation flagship smartphone promising to deliver an extraordinary experience with AI.

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