Highlights

  • Two variants expected with 5.65-inch and 6.01-inch displays
  • RAM and processor are expected to be same
  • Priced speculated to be CNY 2,699 (roughly Rs 26,200) and CNY 2,999 (roughly Rs 29,200)

It has already been revealed that the Xiaomi Mi 7 will come with Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship processor, Snapdragon 845. Similar to the Mi 7, all the forthcoming flagship smartphones will be powered by Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip (SoC). The Xiaomi Mi 7 will may also be the first smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer to do so. A recent report claims that the flagship smartphone will be launched in two model – one smaller and one larger model monikered as Xiaomi Mi 7 and Mi 7 Plus. Both the models will hit the market simultaneously. The phones will be launched the Mi 7 as well as Mi 7 Plus next year, as reported by GizmoChina.

Xiaomi Mi 7
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Xiaomi Mi 7 Specifications

The Mi 7 features a 5.65-inch display while the Mi 7 Plus will feature a 6.01-inch display. Both the phones are rumoured to come with 18:9 aspect ratio. The former may come with a battery capacity of 3,200mAh and the latter may come with a battery capacity of 3,500mAh battery. Both the phone will come with an all metal and glass design. The phones are also rumoured to support wireless charging with the help of glass panel.

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The phones will be offering 6GB of RAM and are expected to come with a dual rear camera setup featuring Sony IMX380 and IMX350 sensors. The AI support is also expected. The smaller model is expected to be priced at CNY 2,699 (roughly Rs 26,200) and CNY 2,999 (Rs 29,200) and will be available from March next year.

Eyeing only single variant of the Mi 6 that was launched this it is unlikely that Xiaomi will release a “Plus” model of the phone next year. Do let us know your views on the same in comment section below.

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