The Chinese company celebrates eight years of activity and on this occasion has prepared a full agenda for tomorrow’s (May 31) big launching event.
Xiaomi will launch a new smart band Mi Band 3, a new interface for its Android devices, MIUI 10, the Xiaomi Mi 8 flagship, which initially was known as Mi 7, and as a surprise will launch a special version of the new flagship dubbed Xiaomi Mi 8 Special Edition.
Interestingly, though, this special version will have a new but lesser processor than the basic model. If Mi 8 will have the most powerful processors in the market for Android smartphones, Snapdragon 845, SE will have a Snapdragon 710 processor. It was announced last week by Qualcomm and is a processor with many advanced features including AI support, but it’s a chipset dedicated to the mid-range segment.