Xiaomi Mi Flagship With In-Screen Fingerprint Spotted in Video

Xiaomi Mi [8] Flagship With In-Screen Fingerprint Spotted in Video

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The Xiaomi Mi 6 was announced as the best Mi phone. It took 7 years to design a smartphone with such a title. But on May 31, Xiaomi will hold a conference, where the next-gen Mi-line flagship should be uncovered. There is no certainty whether the 8th Anniversary phone will be called the Xiaomi Mi 7 or Xiaomi Mi 8. But one thing is clear – it is going to be one of the best smartphones around the globe. Plus, if taking into account Xiaomi’s price policy, the rumors of 3299 yuan for this flagship sound quite realistic. Shortly, if all our expectations come true, no top-branded smartphone can compete with it. Today, a video leaked on the net, showing another innovative technology used in the forthcoming Mi device.

Previously, the Xiaomi Mi 8 was spotted in photos showing an iPhone X-like screen with a notch. The bangs part carries a structural light module, which simply hints at the Face Recognition feature. Moreover, the same photo revealed some design elements such as narrowed borders, chin, and forehead.

Xiaomi Mi 8

Of course, the Xiaomi Mi 8 will be packed with a Qualcomm flagship chip, the Snapdragon 845. The handset is also said to come with a wireless charging support. In addition to it, the phone has been rumored to come with an in-display fingerprint recognition technology just like the VIVO X21 UD. The leaked video confirms this rumor. As we can see, the alleged Xiaomi Mi 8 supports an under-display fingerprint feature like the VIVO X20 Plus UD, VIVO X21 UD, and Huawei Mate RS Porsche Design. The unlocking speed is very fast. Do the use of an OLED panel can be marked as confirmed as well.

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