Redmi 6 Pro, Mi Pad 4, and Mi Max 3 on the way
As usual, Xiaomi has kept up with a flurry of smartphone releases this year. The company launched the Redmi 6 and 6A couple last week, and doesn’t appear to be keen on slowing down anytime soon. Screenshots of what appears to be code from Xiaomi’s website also revealed some of what the company has planned out for the year.
The first device is the Redmi 6 Pro. Going by the teaser, it will feature a Snapdragon 625, a 4000 mAh battery, and some sort of AI functionality.
The second is the Mi Max 3. The Max 2 was released back in May last year, so its successor is already running late. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun confirmed that it would be released in July, though, so we have official word collaborating this source. It’s expected to sport a 6.99-inch display, dual rear cameras—one of which will be a 12 MP IMX363 sensor, a Snapdragon 660 or a Snapdragon 710, and a 5500 mAh battery.
Last on the list is the Mi Pad 4, Xiaomi’s next tablet. Not much is known about it but it could opt for a Snapdragon 660—like the Max 3—a 5 MP selfie camera, a 13 MP rear camera, and a 6000 mAh battery.
The Mi Pad 4 and Redmi 6 Pro have been officially confirmed by Xiaomi to be set for a June 25 launch, so we can only wait for the event.
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