Xiaomi will host a launch event in Beijing on 24 November and going by the latest reports, we expect at least three devices to be unveiled on Tuesday.
Just a few hours ago, Xiaomi on Weibo, released another poster confirming that Redmi Note 3 will be announced on Tuesday, not Redmi Note 2 Pro as previously rumoured.
Besides the new smartphone, Xiaomi is expected to take the wraps off the Mi Pad 2 and the all new product category Mi smartwatch.
Expected features of Xiaomi Redmi Note 3:
Recently leaked AnTuTu score-sheets have revealed that the new Redmi Note 3 is expected to feature almost same internal hardware as seen inside the Redmi Note 2, which was unveiled only three months ago in China.
The key difference between the two is that the former is said boast metal based uni-body and fingerprint sensor, while the rest of the features are same as the latter such as 5.5 –inch full HD display, MediaTek Helio X10 Octa-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB inbuilt memory, 13MP camera on the back, 5MP snapper on the front and 3060 mAh battery.
Expected features of Xiaomi Mi Pad 2:
Xiaomi's upcoming tablet is expected to flaunt slim design profile, brushed metal body, a 7.9-inch display with 2,048x1,536p resolution, Android 5.1.1 Lollipop based MIUI, Intel based processor backed by 2GB RAM and 16GB in-built storage.
Expected features of Xiaomi smartwatch:
Mystery Xiaomi smartwatch has been making rounds on the Internet for almost a year, but never materialised.
Now, G for Games citing popular Chinese tipster Leaksfly has claimed that Xiaomi will pull the wraps off a smartwatch on Tuesday.
It is said to run on Xiaomi's MIUI interface based on Android Wear OS backed by Snapdragon 410 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB storage and also house an in-built heart monitor.
Xiaomi Mi smartwatch is expected to sport a 1.3-inch display, but there is no whether it will have circular or rectangular body.
Like all Xiaomi products, the new smart wearable is said to come with affordable price tag of ¥600 (around $94/€88/Rs. 6,240), reported Xiaomi Today.
Watch this space for more updates.