Alleged Xiaomi Mi 8X appears on TENAA with Snapdragon 710

Xiaomi has launched quite a lot of phones this year in every price segment. Still, the company is going to launch a few more phones, some of which include the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, the Mi 8X and more. Recently, a leak from Weibo revealed that the Mi 8X has similar specifications as the Mi 8 SE and is going to launch soon. Today, a mysterious Xiaomi device with the model number M1808D2TE showed up on TENAA, that revealed the design as well as the major specifications. This is most probably the Xiaomi Mi 8X since the specifications are same as suggested by the recent leaks.

Xiaomi Mi 8X
This is the upcoming Xiaomi midranger

As seen in the images above, the phone has a slightly different design than all the Xiaomi phones launched this year. There is no longer a vertical dual camera setup, which is something we have seen on almost every Xiaomi phone launched this year. The phone has a horizontal dual camera setup on the rear, along with the fingerprint scanner. It looks like there is a glass back. On the front, there is a notched display.

According to TENAA, the phone has a 6.26-inch Full-HD+ 19:9 display with a resolution of 2280×1080. Under the hood, there is a 2.2GHz Snapdragon processor, and this is most probably the Snapdragon 710, which is present in the Xiaomi Mi 8 SE as well. There are three RAM options – 4GB, 6GB, and 8GB. Similarly, there are three storage options – 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB. Unlike the Mi A2, the Xiaomi Mi 8X does support external SD card up to 256GB.

The phone has a 3,250mAh battery which is expected to support Fast Charging via the USB Type-C port. Coming to the cameras, the TENAA listing only revealed that there is a primary 12MP camera on the back and a 24MP front-facing camera. As per the previous leak, there is a 5MP secondary camera on the rear.

The alleged Xiaomi Mi 8X is coming in a lot of color options as per TENAA. These include Black, Rose gold, Gold, White, Blue, Red, Pink, Gray, Silver, Green, and some Gradient color variants. Finally, Android 8.1.0 Oreo runs out of the box with MIUI on top.


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