Xiaomi Mi 7 May Come Wirelessly Chargeable
Xiaomi is expected to enable wireless Qi standard charging for its soon-to-launch Mi 7 flagship. This seems highly probable after the company joined the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) in September, 2017. The new device would have a glass back to favor this type of charging.
Word also is that the long-awaited Xiaomi Mi 7 may come with the Broadcom chip and NXP transmitter — identically to the latest iPhone versions, ensuring the same highest quality. As for the wireless charging technology, the new flagship is said to support up to 7.5W.
That would mean that the Mi 7 gets the Qi Specification Version 1.1. A newer, 1.2 version, while enabling a faster charging with 15W, causes excessive thermal output. So, manufacturers might rather prefer to test the water with a 7.5W charging to find out how to manage heat exchange with doubled charging power.
Reportedly, the Xiaomi Mi 7 will come with a 6-inch Samsung screen with 18:9 aspect ratio, 6–8 GB RAM, Snapdragon 845 Soc, and dual 16MP cameras.
As for the security system, one sources claim it would have a fingerprint sensor mounted on the back side, others believe an under-display sensor will be implemented.