Xiaomi is one of the companies that we like the most, its terminals have their failures, or rather, sections in which they are weaker, and that is quite true. However, when your high range costs 400 euros less than that of a traditional brand, and your average range 100 euros less than the competition, even having better hardware, The truth is that you can take certain licenses.
The fact is that you only have to try a Xiaomi for a while – something you can do in your new stores in Spain- to realize that your terminals are really worth it, even the low-end ones. In fact, to date, your Redmi 5A
And now, the terminal with which we are waiting is with the Xiaomi Mi 7, the flagship of the Chinese firm that we are looking forward to. However, today rumors have begun to appear that suggest that there will not be a Xiaomi Mi 7, but a Xiaomi Mi 8, let’s see what happens with this!
You know that, the less time is left for the launch of a smartphone, the more it is talked about, and with reason, since, after all, we users have enough hype, and that’s something that many companies like to feed to create excitement with their releases.
Xiaomi launches, practically, a smartphone every month – the annual average is sure to be somewhat higher – and therefore, when we have more hype is when the launch of one of its two high-end terminals is near, How is the case. Although, as you can read inthis Xiaomi Mi 7 could not materialize, and for a good reason.
And it is that, Xiaomi was created no more or less than eight years, and, apparently, the company would be thinking of doing the same as Apple with the iPhone X, and skip a number – the seven, specifically – model of his family Xiaomi Mi, so that it coincides with the age of the company.
In this way, we would see the Xiaomi Mi 7, but with a different name, and obviously in this year -for not say even the same day, and that only a change of name. Of course, it would not be the first time this happened, as we have seen the same case with the iPhone X, or the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that he jumped to Note 6 to match his brother, the Galaxy S7.