Xiaomi would launch this year a new smartphone that would be a new series of smartphones. It would be Xiaomi X1. It will be a mid-high-end mobile, and would feature a high-end design, similar to OnePlus 5 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Xiaomi X1, design like OnePlus 5 and iPhone 7 Plus
The OnePlus 5 is a smartphone that has arrived with a high level design inspired by the iPhone 7 Plus. A smartphone with dual camera and with an aluminum finish in matt black. Well, it seems that the new Xiaomi X1, would also be a mobile similar to these two. The Xiaomi X1 would also feature a matt black aluminum design, and a dual camera in one of the corners of the smartphone’s later design.
In addition, this Xiaomi X1 would be a smartphone that would have a design that would be even better than the iPhone 7 Plus or that of the OnePlus 5, because it would have a screen without bevels. At least, this would be the case with one of the two versions of the smartphone to be launched. The most expensive version would be Full-Screen, so it would be a screen without bevels similar to the Xiaomi Mi MIX (by the way, this year would also launch the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2). However, it would no longer be a flagship, but mid-range mobiles would also have a screen without bevels.
Possible technical features of Xiaomi X1
It would still have to confirm the features like screen with which will count, the processor, or the battery. However, it seems that we already have more data on the different versions available on the smartphone. The new Xiaomi X1, would be available in a total of four versions. Keep in mind, there will be two main versions, one with screen without bezels, and a version with standard screen.
The non-bezel display version will be the highest level, and will be available with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB and 128 GB of internal memory. And the standard version would have 4 GB of RAM and with 64 GB and 128 GB of internal memory. While we do not know the precise prices of each of the versions of the mobile,
They are likely to be mid-high-end mobile phones, and could be introduced as early as July, although their release has also not been confirmed.