Xiaomi’sMi Mix is the next Chinese phone that will exceed the wildest dreams, to be sold in China in November for $520.
Sci Fi Phone
XiaomiMi Mix is an Android phone that could exceed the wildest dreams in the smartphone market. It screams sci fi, with its no bezel screen and a 91.3% ratio of screen and body. The device has a dimension of 6.4 inches and has been introduced as a concept smartphone offered by Xiaomi, the Chinese manufacturer. However, the surprising element is the price at only $526 or 3,499 yuan for the 4 GB & 128 GB model. The Pro model comes with 18 carat gold and costs around 3999 yean or $590 for the 6 GB and 256 GB version. The date of release has been announced as the 4th of November in China.
All kind of dream specifications has been crammed into the Mi Mix. The rear and side buttons come in ceramic and the display has curved corners. All the upper sensors are eliminated, with proximity sensor being replaced by the ultrasound. The earpiece is eliminated and in its; lace there is the piezoelectric speaker, using a metal frame for generating sound. The front camera is now at the bottom, but you can rotate the phone up or down to take a selfie.
As for the internals of the Mi Mix, it is powered by the new Snapdragon, 821 chipset, which is also the chip powering the Pixel phones from Google. The RAM is 4 GB and the Mi Mix comes with an internal storage of 128 GB. It offers support for dual SIMs, which is a popular concept in China. The device comes with 192 Hz/24 bit, DAC chipset, to offer a higher resolution of audio. In addition, the company offers another variant, the pro variant, with a RAM of 6 GB and an internal storage of 256 GB, with 18 carat gold accent. The gold accent is present surrounding the camera and the fingerprint sensor, which is present at the back.
The battery is more than enough at 4400 mAh and it offers the quick charge, 3.0 technology. As for the rear camera has a resolution of 16 MP. It also boasts of phase detecting autofocus. In addition, Hugo Barra of Xiaomi boasts that the headphone jack is present as of now.
The design and the display of the Mi Mix are noteworthy. Philippe Starck, a famous French designer, has led the designing of the phone. It will be launched on the 4thof November in China, but there may not be many to go around. The phone boasts of an advanced black technology for the display, with bezel less experience. There is no other phone in the market today that can boast of this feature.
The company claims that it is a concept smartphone, offering breathtaking artwork that surpasses all other recent innovations in the mobile phone industry. With such a description, it seems probable that the devices should be really exclusive and limited in number.