The new reader comes with a large display, plenty of screen customization, and a voice search for quick title entry.
The display is 7.8 inches diagonal and has an e-ink screen and a pixel density of 330 PPI. The screen lighting LED has 24 levels of adjustable brightness and the ability to change color tones from warm to cold depending on the surroundings, enabling a more comfortable reading experience.
Inside, it has 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a quad-core CPU, and an Android Oreo 8.1-based user interface. The connection includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0 and the reader supports local Chinese platforms such as Baidu and WeChat Reading. Xiaomi has implemented some of its own Xiao AI voice features to provide a smoother and faster browsing experience with Mi Reader Pro.
If both devices are on the same wireless network, books can be transferred from the phone and support all well-known file formats such as .txt, .epub, .pdf, and even Microsoft Office documents. The built-in battery is 3,200mAh and can stand by for up to 70 days.
The Xiaomi Mi Reader Pro is available in black only and has an official price of RMB 1,299, but the first sale starts at RMB 1,099. This is about $ 165 / € 140. So far, readers can only buy in China, but it looks like a really attractive offer, so I hope it will be displayed abroad.
Source (In Chinese)