Xiaomi is all set to celebrate its 8th anniversary on Wednesday in China. At its annual product launch event, Chinese electronics giant will also unveil its flagship of the year, which includes Xiaomi Mi 8, alongside MIUI 10 and the Mi Band 3. Reports said that the event is scheduled to start at 2pm on May 31. The event will be live streamed on the company’s official website. If the rumours to be believed, there are chances that Xiamoi may launch the Xiaomi Mi 8 SE smartphone at the event. The live updates of the event can also be tracked on the official Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages Xiaomi.
Let us know about the different products that Xiaomi will launch on its 8th anniversary:
Xiaomi Mi 8
One of the much-awaited flagship from Xiaomi, Mi 8 is going to be launched during the event. The company has earlier confirmed that the smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. According to some prior leaks, the phone is having a massive notch and tall bezel-less display on the front. The phone also sports a vertically stacked dual camera setup at the back.
Xiaomi Mi 8 SE
There are some rumours that have been doing the rounds on the Internet, which says that Xiaomi is also planning to launch the Mi 8 SE – a special edition of the original flagship model. According to rumours, it is expected that it will run on the new Snapdragon 710 SoC.
Mi Band 3
The most important segment that was begging an update was Xiaomi’s wearable segment. Finally, after working on the segment, Xiaomi confirmed the launch of Mi Band 3 at the event today. The Mi Band 3 will be available at Rs 1,800 and will sport features like heart rate sensor, Bluetooth v4.2, IP67 splash resistant rating, NFC, calorie counter, sleep tracker, and step counter. The successor is expected to be more durable than the last products in the series.
Xiaomi can’t impress its users in a better way than launching the new flagship mobile operating system. not much information regarding the MIUI 10 is available, but according to some leaked screenshots. an Android P-inspired design that will bring features such as full touch gesture controls, a floating window, a new colour scheme, a quick preview window, and faster performance to Xiaomi smartphones. The company had also opened up the beta for users in China last week.