Let's talk again about the cheapest model of the Mi 8 series, ie the Mi 8 SE, a device that has recently received an innovative strategy for make it similar to the Mi 8 Explorer Edition flagship. undoubtedly the Mi 8 SE will prove to be the best-selling model of the top of the range presented in the 31 May from Xiaomi, by virtue of good hardware characteristics, good design but above all a very palatable price.
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This implies that the high demand of the smartphone could to push the company to officially debut the Mi 8 SE in other markets, including the Indian one. Recall that Mi 8 and Mi 8 Explorer Edition, adopt the 20 band and are already booked for foreign markets such as Italy, while the Mi 8 SE is the only one of the three flagship devices not to have the 20 band.The debut of Mi 8 SE in India is suggested to us by the Beebom serial leaker, which through a post on Tweeter reveals that the MI 8 SE will debut in India as Mi 8i with launch scheduled for next month.
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- Beebom (@beebomco) June 10, 2018
Xiaomi Mi 8 SE could be launched in India as Mi 8i
No further leaks have been leaked for it is assumed that the Indian variant does not involve basic hardware modifications, a bit as happened with the Redmi 5 Plus in India was named Redmi Note 5 or with the Redmi Y2 that is none other than the Redmi S2. Let's remember, for information, some features of the Xiaomi low cost flagship: Mi 8 SE and therefore also Mi8i has a dowry Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor, AMOLED display from 5,88 inch with the adoption of the camouflage notch software and form factor of 18,7: 9, Full HD resolution + (2244 x 1080 pixel) and 86,12% screen / body ratio.
Mi 8 SE on the back uses one glass back cover which houses one double camera and a fingerprint sensor while at RAM level, there are two cuts from 4 and 6 GB while the internal memory is only from 64 GB. Mi 8i should keep the same price as the Chinese cousin and therefore it could take 1799 yuan (about 238 euro) for the 4 / 64 variant or 1999 yuan (about 265 euro) for the 6 / 64 one.