Can you imagine a Xiaomi Mi 8 SE? It seems that the boys of Xiaomi yes, and it is that two days after the presentation of the eighth seventh generation of the iconic Mi range of Xiaomi, a mid-range has been leaked that would be a cut version of the flagship that the Chinese manufacturer plans to take out.
New leaks of the Xiaomi Mi 8 give us to understand its design, such as the video of the model that we show you below (which is not the SE) and it gives us an idea of what the standard Mi 8 and its trimmed version could be like. Let's take a closer look at this leak.
A Xiaomi Mi 8 SE? Could be
Far from the detail of the SE nomenclature taken from those of Cupertino, it would not be strange that Xiaomi prepared a cut version of the Xiaomi Mi 8. The mythical Xiaomi Mi 5 It had several updated versions, and it would be an even more accessible option within the very tight price that the standard Xiaomi Mi 8 will have.
It should be noted that this leak, like all, must be taken with tweezers since it is not official information. However, the source is SlashLeaks, for which we can give you a vote of confidence. In this image that is supposed to be the classic screen protector that all smartphones have in the boxes we see some of the characteristics of this Xiaomi Mi 8 SE.
For starters we would have a dual 14 micron pixel size sensor that would have artificial intelligence. Recall that MIUI 10 will give specialized support to artificial intelligence, a section that the manufacturer had tiptoed through. In addition, we would also have a 20 Mpx front camera with an LED flash.
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The interesting thing is in its processor, since according to this leak, it would mount a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710, the chip that will inaugurate the specialized range of processors to terminals mid-range premium and which should have started with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 which as you know has enough power to be compared to high-end phones of some years.
Although it is a move that makes sense, it is strange because this strategy is aimed at phones with a high price or at least according to the most traditional manufacturers, and as usual, the Xiaomi Mi have a ridiculous cost for the hardware they offer. If this situation occurs, we will see how it is managed but we will not deny that if it comes true, we will see a very juicy terminal.