Xiaomi Play makes its first online appearance – uses a waterdrop display

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, will close its smartphone business for the year on December 24 with the official release of the Xiaomi Play – a new lineup from the company. Yesterday, the company released a poster which suggests that this smartphone will come with the recently popularized waterdrop display. Now, the first official image of this smartphone has been released by the company.The most conspicuous feature in the upcoming Xiaomi Play is its waterdrop display. This is the first ever Xiaomi smartphone to use a waterdrop design. The rear added a glare bright line on the gradient back giving it an outstanding look. The Xiaomi Play is equipped with a vertical dual rear camera setup as well as a rear fingerprint sensor.

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The company promises that this smartphone comes with some sort of network booster. A write up on the poster roughly reads “as long as I am there, I can guarantee that you can play casually anytime, anywhere, and you can watch the video on Weibo and play the game without any restrictions.”. This indicates that this smartphone defiles the odds of poor network and still deliver a good service.

At present, the official specifications of the Xiaomi Play have not been announced yet, and it may be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon mid-range chip. At present, the Qualcomm mainstream mid-range chips include SD636, 660, 670, 675 and  710. Among them, Snapdragon 675 is not yet available for sale.

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  1. Giulio Dainese
    December 19, 2018

    Ridiculously big chin

    • Johhny John
      December 19, 2018

      I think 🤔 it’s a budget device, not a flagship.

    • Giulio Dainese
      December 20, 2018

      It should be a mid range phone, and other brand’s mid ranges have a way better design than this one with a 2017 chin… Oppo, vivo, honor And Lenovo are breaking Xiaomi in design