Week 22 in review: Xiaomi Mi 8 is official alongside Mi 8 SE, Mi Band 3 and MIUI 10
Last week saw the peak of the hype before Xiaomi's 8 year anniversary event and this week the event finally revealed all Xiaomi had been working on.
LG unveiled the V35 ThinQ - a V30s with a Snapdragon 845 chipset.
The rest of the hot stories involved mostly leaks and teasers. The Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL entered the rumor mill thanks to a pair of leaked tempered glass screen protectors. The Galaxy Note9 may have a monstrous 8GB/256GB variant while the 2019 iPhone flagship could have three cameras.
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There is also an Explorer Edition with translucent back and in-display fingerprint scanner.
The Nokia 5.1 and 3.1 will receive software updates for two years, security updates for three. The Nokia 2.1 is an Oreo Go Edition phone.
Xiaomi Mi 8 SE offers low price, high performance and
Other leaks suggest the phone will have a better camera than the dual setup of the Mi Mix 2S.
The Lenovo VP confirmed the date with an official poster on Weibo.
The phone will be unveiled soon, pre-orders (well, registrations) start June 1 and actual sales commence on the 15th.
Only the bigger model has a notch, the smaller one sports a different design yet again.
The fitness tracker now offers waterproofing up to 50 m for continuous connection while swimming.
Rumors so far had revealed 6GB RAM and 64/128/256GB storage options for the upcoming Note series smartphone.
No in-display fingerprint reader for the Mi 8, the Mi 8 SE name is confirmed and sale dates revealed.
Or an LG G7 with V30's notch-less OLED screen, it amounts to the same thing.
The new flagship camera will be “a window to the world” and will sell in 8 major markets.
The secondary and tertiary cameras will have a 3D vision for Augmented Reality purposes.
The camera-only face unlock was never meant to be secure, but this one seems easier to fool than even the one on the OnePlus 5T.
Xiaomi Mi 8 can compete with the best camera phones on the market while keeping the cost low.