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Xiaomi Mi7 Wireless Charging Module Goes Trial Production

Xiaomi has joined the WPC( Wireless Power Consortium) which is a multinational technology consortium founded in 2008 for the mass adoption of the Qi wireless technology. The lists boast top brands such as Samsung, LG, Sony and Apple. Apple joined the WPC this year in February and launched the next iPhones such as such as iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X with wireless charging.

Xiaomi is the latest member. The company was spotted on a WPC member list on the WPC official website which hints that the next Xiaomi Mi 7 is likely to be the first smartphone by the company to support wireless charging. According to the latest report, the wireless module of the Xiaomi Mi 7 has s already started trial production. Xiaomi has invested a lot in this wireless charging module and it shares the same wireless charging foundry with Apple.

The Xiaomi Mi 7 is a flagship smartphone speculated to launch between March and April in 2018. The device is expected to feature a 6 inch Samsung’s AMOLED that will adopt Full-Screen design and have an 18:9 aspect ratio similar to the OnePlus 5T. The device will likely to be powered by the new Qualcomm 845 chipset and will be coupled with 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM.

About Mrinmoy Choudhury

He is an experienced Journalist. He had been writing for several leading publications too. At DealNTech he covers the latest news of mobiles every day and always strives to provide quality content. He is also a web-designer and graphical designer. Email: mrinmoy@dealntech.com

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