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Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition leaked poster confirms July 24 release

18 July 2018 2

Back in May, Xiaomi announced three premium smartphones of Mi 8 series including the Mi 8, Mi 8 SE and Mi 8 EE. The first variants are available for purchase since June, however, the company delayed the release of Mi 8 Explorer edition. The device is special due to a number of aspects. It is the company's first smartphone with a translucent rear which shows the internal parts.

Also, it is the first smartphone from Xiaomi with the under-glass fingerprint scanner as well as the 3D facial recognition. Another special aspect of this device is its dual-band GPS tech which improves the location tracking exponentially. At the launch event, the company stated the Mi 8 EE will be available in July 2018. Recently an alleged poster of Mi 8 launch appeared online which suggests the device will be available for purchase from July 24th at a price tag of 3,699 Yuan.

The company yet to officially disclose when the Mi 8 EE will be released. However, the leaked poster suggests the device will be available at 10 AM on the aforementioned date. As we can't confirm the poster authenticity that's why we will recommend to take it with a grain of salt.

Just for the sake of reminder, the Mi 8 EE is featuring a 6.28-inches AMOLED display, the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC is powering the device with 8GB RAM and 128GB native storage. The dual rear cameras are of 12MP whereas the selfie camera is 20MP. A 3,000mAH battery cell is on board to keep the device lights on.

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Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition leaked poster confirms July 24 release
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