Xiaomi is reported to launch a new smartphone with massive 6 GB RAM on 11 July in China. According to a report on Gizmochina the official website of Xiaomi in China has released a new poster and a video teaser of the device.
Xiaomi has already launched smartphones with 6 GB RAM variants in China. The Mi 5s Plus, Mi Note 2, Mi MIX and Mi 6 come with 6 GB of RAM in China.
The video teaser shows the phone with Snapdragon 800 series, UFS storage and 6 Gb DDR4 RAM. It also suggests a large display with 3D galss body as previously seen on Mi 5. The phone is expected to come with a large 4000mAh battery and a 22 MP camera capable of recording 4k videos. Camera also features a smart beauty mode as mentioned in the video.
Teaser on the website also shows a USB Type-C charging port with a support for quick charging on the phone. The new phone also includes an IR blaster and NFC.
Xiaomi on 7 July announced a 70 percent increase in the second quarter of 2017. The company shipped 23.26 million smartphones in the second quarter of 2017. Xiaomi also signed an agreement for business collaboration and patent licensing with Nokia. Under the new agreement Nokia will provide key patents assets to Xiaomi.