- Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun will deliver a 10th anniversary speech next week.
- The company could announce “several new phones” during the day.
- Xiaomi could also unveil a new device from the Mi 10 series.
Xiaomi was founded in 2010 and is having a special 10th anniversary event next week. To celebrate this decade, Xiaomi announced that its CEO Lei Jun will deliver a special virtual address on August 11 at 7:30 am ET.
According to Xiaomi’s teaser for the event, Jun will discuss the past, present and future of the company in his keynote address, but rumor has it that the company will also reveal new devices on the same day.
According to the popular leaker Digital Chat Station, Xiaomi will announce “several new phones” and other “new products” on August 11, including a new Mi 10 series phone.
Is this almost an official announcement? Several new phones and new products, including the Mi 10 Series Super Cup, are slated for release on August 11. [吃瓜]
– Digital Chat Station (@StationChat) Aug 3, 2020
What will Xiaomi launch?
We haven’t heard much about the upcoming Xiaomi phones, but there are some devices doing the trick online.
There is the alleged Redmi K30 Ultra which is expected to carry the MediaTek Dimensity 1000 chip and a 144Hz display. We’ve also heard of two phones named Gauguin and Gauguin Pro, which reportedly offer 64MP and 108MP main cameras, respectively.
Rumors of a Xiaomi phone with 120W fast charging, a Snapdragon 865 series chipset and 5G connectivity have also been circulating since last month. Considering that Oppo, Vivo and Realme have already announced their respective 120W and above charging solutions, Xiaomi shouldn’t be too late.
As for the new Mi 10 model, it is said to hit the market as the Mi 10 Pro Plus, but there is no real evidence to back it up. We also don’t know much about other new products the company may be launching next Monday, but there was talk of a Redmi smartwatch so we could get a glimpse of it at the event.
Source: Android Authority