The detailed specifications are different too-the Mi 8 sports a 6.21-inch AMOLED display sourced from Samsung, which is powered by Qualcomm's top-tier Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip (SoC). The brand not only announced one smartphone, but three new phones all at once - the Mi 8, Mi 8 Explorer Edition and the Mi 8 SE (Special Edition). According to the news, the Mi 8 will cost 2699 yuan, the Explorer edition will start from 3,99 yuan and the SE will cost 1,799 yuan. We expect the new Redmi Y2 to be Amazon India exclusive alongside Mi.com which is the company's online store in the country while it should be also available via the company's offline retail partners as well. They're set to launch first in China on June 5 and although a broader rollout is expected, no additional availability has been revealed yet. While the Mi 8 and Mi 8 Explorer Edition, smartphones features a 6.21-inch panel, the Mi 8 SE comes with a moderately compact 5.88-inch display. This makes the Mi 8 SE the first device to feature that processor.
Right off the bat as you can see in the image above, the Mi 8 is a very impressive looking handset in terms of design. Both the Mi 8 and Mi 8 Explorer Edition features vertically stacked dual cameras at the back.
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All these devices run MIUI 10, which is based on Android Oreo. The Mi 8 also has a fingerprint reader at the back, so you can access the home screen using the Mi 8 through two ways. The Explorer features a high-end design that includes an in-display fingerprint sensor that uses pressure sensitivity. Also, a higher variant comes with 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage. There's a transparent back on the Mi 8 Explorer Edition, while the Vivo X21 comes with Black and Gold colour options for Indian users. Up front, gets you a 20-megapixel camera with Al background bokeh and beauty mode. The Explorer Edition will retail for $577, the SE for $281. It's priced from 1,799 yuan (US$280).
The other device is the budget-oriented Mi 8 SE. The SE gets its juice from a 3120 mAh battery, and is chargeable via a Type-C port, with 18 W Quick Charge 3.0 keeping thing quick. While what's under the glass is confirmed by Xiaomi not to be a sticker, it may actually be a sleek dummy representation of what's actually powering the smartphone underneath.