So far, we haven't seen any details about an official launch in the UK.
Xiaomi is gearing up to launch its upcoming smartphone, the Xiaomi Redmi Y2 on June 7 in the Indian market.
Along with its new flagships, the Mi 8 and Mi 8 Explorer Edition, Xiaomi has also announced a new fitness tracker, the Mi Band 3. The Mi 8 SE is the first smartphone to be powered by the snapdragon 710 chipset that was recently launched. Xiaomi Mi 8 will follow the conventional design pattern of the Mi series with minimum bezel and have the well finished front and rear glass design. As one would expect from Xiaomi, these are highly competitive prices. The panel has 2248 x 1080 resolution (FHD+), 600nits, and 88.5% screen-to-body ratio.
That notch occupies most of the top of that screen, but it isn't just for show. In terms of memory, the device has been launched in two variants - 4GB RAM + 64GB storage and 6BG RAM + 64GB storage.
It has an Infrared sensor for Face unlocking as well. On the front, it has a 20MP selfie shooter with f/2.0 aperture, 1.8-micron pixels, AI portrait selfies, and beautification mode.
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The 3.5 mm audio jack was ditched back in 2017 with the announcement of the predecessor Xiaomi Mi 6, but there is USB-C for all the connections.
The phone uses AI to identify scenes and apply the best settings, as well as for "Studio Lightning" portrait photography, obviously inspired by Apple.
Xiaomi also presented the Mi 8 SE (with a name possibly inspired by the iPhone SE), a more affordable smartphone with a smaller form factor, featuring a 5.88-inch display and a Snapdragon 710 SoC complete with multi-core AI engine. Along with this, the processing unit of the phone comes with a 4GB/6GB RAM having 64GB of internal storage.
The Mi 8 Explorer Edition has design and hardware that's similar to the Mi 8, however, there are some differences. Both the Mi 8 and Mi 8 Explorer Edition features vertically stacked dual cameras at the back.
Xiaomi says it's the first Android manufacturer to employ the technology. But Xiaomi claims the Mi 8 Explorer Edition is the first to actually do it in 3D, which adds more security.