05 September, 2017
While these specs haven't yet been confirmed, going by the original Xiaomi Mi Mix's already premium specs, we'd guess these leaks are in the right ballpark. Today, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has remained some bits of information on the device in his Weibo account.
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As per a recent post on Chinese microblogging website, Weibo, the Xiaomi Mi 7 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and will be featuring 6-inch OLED display made by Samsung. Out of the box, the Mi MIX 2 will be running on MIUI 9 which is based on Android v.7.x, Nougat. The long-awaited chipset is also tipped to be found inside the Google Pixel 2, which we're expecting to see an official launch on October 2. The latter would make the Mi 7 the first Xiaomi offering with 8GB of RAM. The Mi Mix 2 will have an unparalleled screen-to-body ratio and the curved edges will pronounce the effect it intends to achieve. Apart from the processor, the leak also hints that the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 will run the latest Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the box, as reported by GSM Arena. The actual photo is captured using Xiaomi's current flagship smartphone (Mi 6) which is a nice marketing strategy (two mangoes for a single stone). As far as Xiaomi Mi 7 release date is concerned, it may get unveiled in the first quarter of the coming year. Last month, the designer posted a "conceptual product design" video, teasing the upcoming Mi Mix 2 with even slimmer bezels. There's also a rumored 256GB model which might cost $749. However, there might be a secondary sensor at the back of the Mi Mix 2 because several rumours tipped at a dual camera setup for the Mix 2. Its maximum internal storage option is expected to go up to 256 GB, while its battery is said to be packed with 4,400 mAh. It seems the Chinese mobile giant has changed their decision due to same reason and have chose to launch it one day prior to iPhone 8 launch.