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Watch the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S launch live here

The company will showcase a new version of its flagship phone. Hopefully it doesn't come with a notch.

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Aloysius Low is a Senior Editor at CNET covering mobile and Asia. Based in Singapore, he loves playing Dota 2 when he can spare the time and is also the owner-minion of two adorable cats.
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Xiaomi's  will be officially launching the Mi Mix 2S phone in Shanghai -- and you can watch the unveiling live here.

You can tell from the name that the Mi Mix 2S will likely be an updated refresh of its current  Mi Mix 2 , so chances are it probably won't come with a notch -- unlike other recent Chinese flagships. Not much else is known, apart from some rumor sites tipping a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and wireless charging.

If true, this makes it the first phone from Xiaomi to support wireless charging. It would be one of the few phones from a China-based brand to do so.

CNET will be on the ground to find out more, including any other surprises. Xiaomi usually shows off more than its main headliner, so be sure to check back.

We will also be hosting the event live stream on this page, which begins tomorrow at 2 p.m. (GMT+8), March 27. That's 11 p.m. PT (March 26), 2 a.m. ET, 5 p.m. in Australia (AEDT) and 7 a.m. in the UK (GMT+1). If you can't stay awake, fret not, we'll have all the coverage waiting for when you wake up in the morning.

It begins a crowded day of announcements, too. The Huawei P20 will be unveiled in Paris a few hours later, and then Apple will be having an event in Chicago where it's expected to debut a new, lower-cost iPad.

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