After popular Amazon, Barnes and Noble as well as Kobo, Xiaomi is prepping up to make a debut in global e-reader market. News is rife that Xiaomi Mi EBook Reader has been showcased on Bluetooth certification.
According to Notebook Check, the device has been certified by Bluetooth Launch Studio. The documents been listed on the website on July 23 under product name Mi EBook Reader, product category Unique Products, model no. XMDKDZS02MA and description EBook Reader.
If reports are to be believed, the much-anticipated Xiaomi Mi EBook Reader is likely to be launched in India and other global markets soon. Currently, the Chinese smartphone brand has the MiReader device in its product lineup that is available only in Chinese language support.
Looking at the specification of the already available Xiaomi Mi EBook Reader, it comes with 6-inch screen to offer better display to its users. Along with 16 GB storage capacity and 1GB RAM, this e-reader comes with built-in 24 LED reading lamp and supports brightness adjustment. Moreover, this device just weighs 178grams. The DUOKAN Book store for Mi EBook Reader has over 50, 000 free books, covering history, literature, foreign languages, art and other fields. After logging in to the account, a user can turn on/off the reading progress of the synchronous mobile phone, and enable synchronization by default by heading to the bookshelf settings. Interestingly, WLAN book, Type-C transfer, Baidu Cloud Books and DUOKAN Cloud books are four methods to download or copy books on Xiaomi Mi EBook Reader.
Meanwhile, rumours are doing rounds that Xiaomi could soon be launching a new smartphone with 120W fast charging technology. Recently, XdaDevelopers have discovered a Xiaomi smartphone at 3C certification showcasing model number M2007J1SC. It was further stated that this handset was discovered carrying a 120W (6A x 20V) charger in the box. Mind you! This leak hasn’t yet been confirmed officially by Xiaomi. However, it seems that the speculation is true specifications on the charger mentions about 120W charging.
In 2019, Lu Weibing, General Manager of Xiaomi’s Redmi sub-brand, has shared a video on his Weibo account showcasing a comparison between a Xiaomi smartphone with a 4,000mAh battery alongwith the Super Charge Turbo technology and an Oppo handset with a 3,700mAh battery along with SuperVOOC technology. In mere 17 mins, Xiaomi’s smartphone was complete charged owing to the Super Charge Turbo technology, which is amazing. On the other hand, Oppo’s 50W SuperVOOC could reach only 65 percent.