Xiaomi has been strong for the past few years with the release of some outstanding smartphones, especially in the budget and middle segment. When we look back on the year that just passed, we have iconic offers from Chinese cellphone makers including the Redmi Note 5 Pro (reviews), Mi A2 (reviews), Mi 8 series, and of course, F1 POCO (reviews). By 2018, let's see what Xiaomi has prepared for us in the coming year.
It wasn't too long ago that Xaiomi appeared with new offers to challenge those who held the title of "flagship killer". This is in the form of a new subsidiary labeled POCO, and the next smartphone is called POCO F1 (or POCOFONE depending on the market where you are). Recently, the Chinese brand launched a 6GB RAM variant of the handset, so it feels a little earlier that we have started to get news about the successors at work.
Apart from that, we hope that POCO F2 can continue the same success as its elder brother. At the time of writing, we have a leak that leads to the Snapdragon 845 handset running Android 9.0 Pie with MIUI 10 skin on it. This cellphone is also registered to have 6GB of RAM. We hope that the actual POCO F2 ends up being more than just software and an increase in RAM, and that amazes us like its predecessor when it came out.
Redmi 7 Pro
Another smartphone that seems to get 6GB RAM maintenance for the next iteration is the Redmi 7 Pro. This phone is scheduled to be launched next year and will be one of the many Xiaomi phones that will come to display the teardrop display. Leaks say this will be a 5.84-inch Full HD + LCD. This phone is said to be powered by an octa-core CPU that has a clock up to 2.3GHz. Furthermore, it will come in a 4GB + 32GB storage configuration, 4GB + 64GB, and 6GB + 128GB. Further storage expansion up to 256GB using a microSD card will be possible.
The rear camera settings on this cellphone are estimated to consist of a 12MP main shooter. There has been no news about the size of the second camera. However, the selfie camera is known to be 8MP. Leaks suggest that the phone will come in a large number of color choices including Black, White, Blue, Purple, Pink, Gold, Yellow, Pink, Green, Gold, Silver, Gray.
After the big success of the Mi 8, he asked the question, what can Xiaomi do to amaze users with the next iteration? The answer: three rear camera settings where the main sensor measures 48MP.
Yes, the large 48MP Sony IMX 586 sensor (0.8 um) is expected to drive primary photography on the upcoming Mi 9, which will be accompanied by a 13MP wide-angle lens and 16MP depth sensor.
The rest of this specification is rather difficult, but we should not be wrong by expecting the best from Xiaomi. Therefore, look forward to the Snapdragon 855 running the show, paired with anywhere from 6GB to 10GB RAM. This phone might even support 5G networks and is expected to display support for Quick Charge 5.0.
Redmi Pro 2
There are several sources out there who believe the tempting 48MP sensor might belong to the successors of Xiaomi smartphones that came out back in 2016. If that's the case, we might see a smartphone that the Chinse company can call Redmi. Pro 2. The inclusion of such a large camera on the Redmi Pro 2 makes sense because the Redmi Pro is the first Xiaomi phone that has a dual camera setup feature.
Chat on the web also shows that the Snapdragon 675 SoC will power the device. In addition, this is probably one of the first middle-class smartphones that has a punch hole feature for selfie cameras.
A bigger leak found on the internet belongs to Xiaomi's first Android Go Edition smartphone. Rightly referred to as Redmi Go, this new cellphone will offer only 1GB of RAM. It is reported to be running a lightweight version (GO Edition) of Android 9.0 Pie, offering dual-SIM support, and connectivity options features such as Bluetooth 4.2 and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi. The screen on this cellphone is likely to be under 6-inches.
Which upcoming Xiaomi smartphone do you like most in 2019? Let us know in the comments below.