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Xiaomi Mi 8X leaked, might sport Snapdragon 710, in-display fingerprint sensor

06 August 2018 2

Fast-rising Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi debuted world’s first smartphone to pack the powerful Snapdragon 710 back in May in the shape of Xiaomi Mi 8 SE and its believed that we might be seeing another smartphone packing the same powerful internals in the shape of Snapdragon 710 SoC that might be named as Mi 8X as per a popular tipster. The images that got supposedly leaked suggest the smartphone to be introduced in two different color variants, with one being white and another one blue. Coming to the built quality, the phone seems to either built of ceramic or glass on the rear side.


Looking at the pictures, we get to see a dual camera setup on the top left corner, while we don’t get to see any fingerprint sensor on the back side, which suggests the presence of in-display fingerprint sensor though nothing is confirmed yet and this information should be taken as a grain of salt. Another leak suggested the CEO of Xiaomi Lei Jun having a mysterious smartphone in his hand with no rear-fingerprint sensor and featuring a dual-rear camera setup which is another pointer towards the aforementioned leak.


No matter what the case might be, these leaks seem pretty convincing, especially when contrasting with a similar phone in the hands of company’s CEO we could expect a similar phone to be coming ahead. What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section below.

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