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Xiaomi Mi 7 officially confirmed to have wireless charging feature

02 January 2018 3

Yesterday Xiaomi confirmed the Mi 7 will have wireless charging feature via WeChat official channel. It is surely a pretty great news for the Xiaomi fans who are waiting eagerly for the upcoming flagship Mi 7. The company further confirmed they will be getting wireless charging modules via US company Integrated Device Technology. Though the exact pricing is still in dark but normal wireless charging module is available for $5.

The Xiaomi also didn't reveal any detail regarding the module which they will be getting from IDC. The Mi 7 is expected to support Qi Wireless charging. Apart from wireless charging modules the company also confirms they will be getting RF products as well, this clearly indicates the Mi 7 could be the smartphone which Xiaomi will be selling via carriers in the US.

So far the company's official site only sells accessories in the US whereas those who are looking for a Xiaomi smartphone in the US, they have to grab it via e-retailers. From what we know so far the Mi 7 will be powered up by the Qualcomm's Octa-core Snapdragon 845 SoC with 6GB RAM under the hood. The bezel-less display is expected to be 6.01-inches with a thin notch on tops like the Apple iPhone X or Essential PH-1. The Mi 7 is also rumored to be Xiaomi's flagship smartphone with an OLED display panel. The rear side will be adorned with a fingerprint scanner and dual 16MP snappers. A 3,3350mAH battery cell is expected to keep the overall package lights on. The device is rumored to be offered for 2,699 Yuan in China which is $400 for International buyers.

We will be bringing more info regarding the Mi 7 as soon as some more info regarding the device pops up online.


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