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Xiaomi has already released a few new phones running Android Nougat, also updating a couple of old ones, and planning many other UI makeovers.
The Redmi Pro apparently struggled in sales and could be crowded out with a decidedly improved device with a 2:1 display. Maybe.
A TSMC-made, 16nm-based, Xiaomi-designed Surge S2 chipset is tipped for a late 2017 commercial launch on the Mi 6c or Mi 6s phone.
This sounds more than a little implausible, but a "mid-range" Xiaomi Mi 6c may have just been benchmarked with Snapdragon 660 and 6GB RAM inside.
The Android 7.1-loaded $220 Xiaomi Mi 5c is the first smartphone powered by the company's first homebrewed SoC, the Surge S1.
It's too early to say anything about the real-life speed of the Pinecone SoC, but the Xiaomi Mi 5c sure looks promising, Android 7.1 and all.
Xiaomi's mid to high-end smartphone portfolio will reportedly be expanded in 2017, starting with a Mi 5c next month powered by an in-house Pinecone SoC.
Xiaomi global VP Hugo Barra isn't concerned in the least about the company's recent smartphone sales slump, with key revenue coming in from elsewhere.
No, because the two are different things. One is a weirdo concept that we doubt will come to bear, the other gets more photos of it leaked.