The Xiaomi Mi 8 is the most affordable Snapdragon 845 powered flagship smartphone that you can buy in Malaysia. It’s available now on the official Mi Store on both Lazada and Shopee. If you’re looking for a better deal, you might want to get the Mi 8 via physical stores this coming Saturday, 18 August 2018.
Xiaomi Malaysia just announced that their latest Mi 8 flagship smartphone will officially go on sale in Malaysia next week. However, its most fascinating feature is the device’s price tag, as this full-on flagship smartphone can be yours for below RM1,600.
When Xiaomi introduced its latest Mi 8 flagship series, not only it comes with a notch on the display but there’s also a “mini” version that’s called the Mi 8 SE. Apart from having a smaller screen, it’s also more affordable with the latest Snapdragon 710 chip. If you’re looking for a new compact smartphone, the Mi 8 SE is now on sale in Malaysia.
The Mi 8 is Xiaomi’s latest flagship that comes with a notch and it features the world’s first dual-frequency GPS for greater accuracy. This flagship device was announced last week and if you can’t wait to get your hands on one, it’s now available in Malaysia.
Yes, they skipped 7, but who cares? Xiaomi’s brand new flagship smartphone has finally launched as the Mi 8. And, from the looks of things, this 2018 device holds true to a lot of what we’ve already come to love about Xiaomi smartphones.
Oh, and there are two more variants besides the normal Mi 8 that’s designed for both the baller and the more sensible of you.
The Mi 8 is launching this Thursday in conjunction with Xiaomi’s 8th anniversary. The upcoming flagship device will come with a notch and has top-rated hardware specs under the hood. While this looks like a compact alternative of the Mi MIX 2S, the Mi 8 is expected to be the world’s first smartphone to provide centimetre-level accuracy for location-based services.
Xiaomi will be announcing its new Mi 8 flagship smartphone next week and the launch also marks the company’s 8th anniversary. If you’re wondering what it looks like, a couple of leaked renders and hands-on video has just surfaced online.
After announcing the Mi MIX 2S flagship two months ago, Xiaomi is about to announce the successor of the Mi 6. For their next flagship, it won’t be called the Mi 7 and the launch is taking place next Thursday.