The Xiaomi Mi 7, which is expected to be one of the first phone to come out with Qualcomm’s 2018 flagship processor Snapdragon 845, has already been the subject of several speculations and leaks regarding the specifications and design. Adding to it is the latest round of leaks and renders, a new set of renders have surfaced online. The latest set of renderings has been surfaced online on the Chinese Twitter, Weibo (Source). These renders shows a more beautiful & fluidic design, maintaining a thin bezel except for the top part while maintaining a 18:9 aspect ratio.
One thing to be noted is that the fingerprint sensor is located at the rear side, which is against the recent speculations that the Mi 7 will be featuring an on-screen finger print sensor (which was also a bit hard to believe). Adding to it is the positioning of the dual camera setup, which is seen to be placed horizontally on the top left corner of the back panel, much like the previous model Mi 6. The new renders have both volume and power button placed on the right side.
The corners of the screen are curved, blending in with the bezels. The front camera is placed on the top left side of the display. The renders this time are of dark grey, and golden color both of which are looking very cool with the design. It is rumored that it will also feature wireless charging, as the back is glass (Mi 6 was having back glass too, but there was no wireless charging).
For the camera department, the Mi 7 is rumored to be featuring a 19MP +19MP combination with an aperture of f1.7 and 4x optical zoom along with the front facing camera flaunting 16 Megapixels, perfect for the selfie buffs.
Although two versions of Mi7 are speculated, one with 6gb + 128gb internals and the higher model with 8gb + 256gb internals, there is no official confirmation on the news. The pricing of Mi 7 is rumoured to be around 2699 Yuan (₹27,000) and the higher version to be priced at 2999 Yuan (₹30,000), which will make it a killer deal for the price. We’re not sure about it’s launch in India, going by the recent trends from Xiaomi, chances are less, but we can expect Xiaomi to correct their mistakes this time around.