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Xiaomi MI 8 Blue Unboxing: Look of The Beast

On May 31, Xiaomi held an annual conference in Shenzhen and released a variety of products including the Xiaomi Mi 8, the Xiaomi Mi 8 Transparent Exploration Edition, the Xiaomi Mi 8 SE, the Xiaomi Mi Band 3, the Xiaomi Mi VR Standalone, and MIUI 10. Obviously, the Xiaomi Mi 8 was in the spotlight. It is an ideal handset coming with tons of improvements including a better camera, dual-GPS, top-level configuration and new color options. So we are offering you to take a look at the most extraordinary variant, the blue.

Xiaomi Mi 8

On the front, the Mi 8 uses a notch screen. The corners are rounded a lot. The screen diagonal is 6.21 inches. It uses Samsung’s AMOLED display with a Full HD+ resolution, DCI-P3 wide color gamut, contrast ratio of 60000:1, and brightness of up to 600nit. The bangs area of the fuselage carries a 20MP front camera that can combine four pixels into one large 1.8-um pixel.

Xiaomi Mi 8

As we said, there are four color options including black, white, champagne gold and blue. The back carries a 12MP dual-camera using a Sony IMX363 sensor. As you remember, this is the same camera used in the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S. It supports 2x optical zoom. There is also a fingerprint scanner placed on the back.

Xiaomi Mi 8

Not surprisingly, the manufacturer has removed the 3.5mm audio jack from the Xiaomi Mi 8.

Xiaomi Mi 8

We have already talked about its hardware in the previous article. So it’s senseless to recall them again.

At last, the Xiaomi Mi 8 runs on MIUI 10, which comes with tons of new features. Of course, it supports on-screen gestures.

Xiaomi Mi 8

Xiaomi Mi 8

Xiaomi Mi 8

Xiaomi Mi 8

Xiaomi Mi 8

Xiaomi Mi 8

Xiaomi Mi 8

Xiaomi Mi 8

Xiaomi Mi 8

Xiaomi Mi 8

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