Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone maker is expected to announced the company’s latest flagship offering dubbed as ‘Mi Mix 2s’ successor of the company’s earlier flagship ‘Mi Mix 2’ at the upcoming Mobile World Congress event scheduled later this month in Barcelona. the event is still two weeks ahead but wait, we still have something to share about the upcoming device.
The Mi Mix 2s renders recently surfaced online and reveals the device will sport an ultra-thin bezels on both top and bottom. the renders which was posted on Weibo also share some key specification of the device. it reveals the device will feature an sport Full Screen Display 3.0 technology, along with four-sided curved ceramic body, 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, and a high speed 256GB UFS internal storage.
Most importantly, The leak also mentions that Mi Mix 2s will be World’s first device to ship with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 mobile platform. it will also bears an under-display fingerprint sensor technology which was recently announced with Vivo X20 Plus UD. it will also support Global 4G LTE bands just like the OnePlus 5 & 5T. on the optics front, the device is expected to sport a dual camera setup, a combination of two 12-megapixel optical zoom sensors with an LED flash placed between the camera modules.
A promotional banner of the Mi Mix 2s which was also leaked earlier on Weibo revealed that the device will bear an 5.99-inch display, but, wait! the highlight feature of the device is the front camera which is placed on the top right corner of the device. to quickly recall, the Mi Mix 2 was shipped with a smaller camera module placed on front at Bottom right corner to compensate the thinner bezel-less design at the top.
Do take a note that all the specification mentioned above are based on leaks and speculations. we will request you to take this information with a pinch of salt. its just a matter of few weeks, as the company is already gearing to unveil the Mi Mix 2s at Mobile World Congress.If you like our report please share your support by subscribing to our community on Facebook, Twitter, Telegram or Flipboard. you can also join our support group Smartphone Assistant for any queries related to your devices