One of the high-end phones that have not yet been presented in 2018, and is quite a surprise, is the Xiaomi Mi 7. This model will be the most important for Xiaomi this year and is expected with many good things (to keep what already seen with the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S).
There are several things that are practically safe in the Xiaomi Mi 7, such as the processor that will feature Snapdragon 845 CPU with its corresponding Adreno 640 GPU. In addition, good performance is ensured in all kinds of environments, as the RAM will arrive in two options: 6 or 8 GB, so it is logical to assume that there will be no application that will restrict this model with Google’s latest Android Oreo (and personalization MIUI 9).
This new model will offer interesting options -and some of them innovative- in what has to do with its screen. Everything indicates that the expected measures according to the source of the information will be 5.65 inches FHD +, and up to 19: 9 of aspect ratio. This seems to be the one coming in the Xiaomi Mi 7 since this smartphone is sure to integrate notch as the Huawei P20. By the way, it will not lack facial recognition to the smartphone and, as they point out in earlier rumors regarding the Xiaomi Mi 7, it is possible that the fingerprint reader is integrated under the screen.
More features of the Xiaomi Mi 7
One of the biggest advantages that could cover Xiaomi Mi 7 is for the battery capacity. If what has been indicated is fulfilled, it is possible that this model smartphone could amount to 4,480 mAh Battery Capacity, a brand far removed from those offered by devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S9 or the LG G7 ThinQ.
One the Rear side, the Xiaomi Mi 7 could feature dual camera’s, will not jump to three as the Huawei P20 Pro, though. both sensors will be 16 megapixels with a focal aperture of F: 1.7, so in principle, they should not have problems with the shots in low-light or to be able to zoom 2X (Portrait mode will obviously be present). There will be optical stabilization and, personally, I am curious to see how far slow-motion recording can go: will they dare with the 960 FPS? Let’s wait until 23rs May.
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