Xiaomi's all set to unveil the Mi Max phablet and the Mi Band 2 in Beijing on May 10. Ahead of the official launch, live images of the phone and smartwatch have surfaced, giving us a look at what's on offer from Xiaomi's upcoming products.
From the image above (via CNMO), we can see that the Mi Max will feature a metal frame, with capacitive buttons at the front. Early leaks hinted at a fingerrint sensor, which may be included at the back. As for what's on offer with the Mi Max, the latest rumors suggest a 6.4-inch FUll HD display, Snapdragon 650 SoC, 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage, 16MP camera, and a 5MP front camera.
As for the Mi Band 2 leak (via FoneArena), it looks like the fitness tracker will be similar to its predecessor, featuring a detachable sensor unit. The device will also offer a display that shows battery status and time, along with daily steps, BPM, and more, with a physical button allowing you to toggle between various modes.
Both products are set to be officially announced on May 10. Xiaomi is also slated to roll out MIUI 8, and may announce its custom Rifle CPU cores at the event.