Xiaomi might not be a big player when it comes to the United States and Europe, but it has a huge presence in Asia and other parts of the world. While the firm has been making waves with its Mi MIX2 and Mi A1, there are reports that the firm will soon debut the Mi 7.
Although Mobile World Congress is only a few weeks away, it looks like Xiaomi might postpone the launch of its upcoming handset and instead debut it at a private event. Though not much is known about the smartphone, a new alleged screenshot has surfaced, showing off its specifications.
According to the image, the Mi 7 will have a 5.65-inch 1080p display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, and 8GB RAM. The unit will also offer a dual camera setup, with two 16MP sensors on the rear. As far as internal storage goes, it will pack 128GB, and will also be powered off of an impressive 4,480mAh battery. It is unknown what version of Android it will arrive with, but the screenshot does show that the handset is running the MIUI 8.1, which is the latest version of the firm's OS.
Naturally, we will have to wait and see, as screenshots like these could be altered and might be the furthest thing from the truth.