The Xiaomi Smart Display 8 Pro was introduced in China by the colossal Chinese technology company Xiaomi. The new smart display is the successor to the Smart Display 10, which was initially introduced in April of the previous year, as well as the Smart Display 6, which was initially introduced in July of the previous year.
In terms of its technical specs, the Xiaomi Smart Display 8 Pro comes with an LCD screen that is 8 inches in size. The local device for the smart home can be used in conjunction with the central gateway. Also Read – Mivi DuoPods K6 With Dual Connectivity, 13mm Driver Released in India
It also operates on the MIUI Home OS and has the capability of controlling other devices for the smart home. Additionally, it is possible to utilize the device to stream music and videos over the internet.
The device’s built-in battery, which has a capacity of 7500 mAh, allows it to be used for a considerable amount of time before needing to be recharged.
Although Xiaomi has not yet disclosed all of the hardware features of the device, it is anticipated that it will come with the same functionalities as its predecessor. Also Read – Vivo S17e with Dimensity 7200 SoC and 64MP OIS camera for sale in China
These functionalities are likely to include support for video calls that are made across different devices, interconnection of mobile phones, TVs, and home screens, and remote surveillance of the home. Traditional home appliances can be converted into smart ones in a matter of seconds if they are equipped with an integrated infrared remote control in addition to the built-in linkage control of more than 3,000 connected devices.
In addition, given that this is a Pro model, we anticipate it to come equipped with more advanced functions. Also Read – Tata Group Buys Wistron Production Line, Will Make iPhone 15 and 15 Plus In India
On August 8, it is anticipated that pre-orders of the Xiaomi Smart Display Pro 8 will be made available. The manufacturer has not yet disclosed the product’s official cost to the public.
On the other hand, we anticipate that it will be priced somewhere in the range of the Smart Display 10, which retails for 999 yuan (about $139), and the Xiaomi Smart Display 6, which retails for 349 yuan (about $48).