Xiaomi’s Mi Max And Mi Band 2 Will Launch On May 10 Alongside MIUI 8

The next iteration of Xiaomi’s MIUI ROM will launch on May 10, alongside it, the Mi Band 2 and 6-inch phablet Mi Max will also make its debut and launch.

Xiaomi Mi Max Launch

The Mi Max is Xiaomi’s biggest phablet with a 6.4-inch 1920 x 1080p display packs a Snapdragon 650 2GB of RAM, 16MP rear camera with 5MP front-facing camera. The Mi Band 2, which Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun showed off, will have a physical button with an LCD display.

The MIUI 8 launch, on the other hand, was a surprise announcement from the China company as the focus has been on Xiaomi’s lineup of devices.

“Evolving from the first version in 2010, MIUI has served as the operating system for over 150 million across the globe,” as Xiaomi post on their MIUI forum.”On May 10, we will introduce you to MIUI 8, with the features you always wanted and new designs beyond your imagination.”

A video included in the post gave a sneak peek at the MIUI 8:

Check back with OffGamers on May 10 for updates.

Source: Xiaomi MIUI Forum Thread

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