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    New Xiaomi ebook reader confirmed to release later in 2020

    In response to the question of “when will the second generation Xiaomi ebook reader come” from netizens, on July 22, Xiaomi senior product director Li Chuangqi said in Zhihu that it’ll be launching later this year.

    In addition, according to users digging around in the Bluetooth certification website have dug around, Xiaomi’s “MI e-book reader XMDKDZS02MA” has passed Bluetooth certification on the 23rd, and its model is XMDKDZS02MA.

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    We’re not sure what to expect with Xiaomi’s new ebook reader. The last Xiaomi ebook reader, the Duo Kan e-paper, featured a 6-inch high-definition electronic ink screen, supports 212 PPI and 24-level reading lights.

    It came equipped with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of interna storage, as well as an Allwinner 4-core 1.8GHz CPU and Android 8.1. It was a fairly good ebook reader, and if the upcoming one is as good, it’ll be really exciting to see.

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