Xiaomi Will Unveil Another Smartphone With Mi Mix 2 On September 11
Xiaomi has confirmed that they would be unveiling the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2. The design improvement on the Mi MIX 2 suggests that the device will deliver higher screen-to-body ratio than the previous model. Xiaomi's founder Lin Bin has teased a video on Weibo which shows Mi MIX 2.
The message from Lin Bin on Weibo claims that the Xiaomi could be revealing Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 and facial unlock feature on September 11. However, he has also hinted that there could be another device arriving with the Mi MIX 2, as reported by Playful Droid.
However, Lin didn't reveal anything about the other device, which is speculated to get unveiled at the event along with the Mi Mix 2. If speculations are anything to go by then the company might unveil the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 at the event since its predecessor was released last year along with the Mi Mix. According to the reports, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 will be coming with a Samsung-made Super AMOLED display featuring QHD resolution. The smartphone is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, mated to up to 8GB of RAM, as reported by 91Mobiles.
Last year, Xiaomi had unveiled the Mi Note 2 and Xiaomi Mi Mix concept phone together in October. Therefore, as said earlier, speculations have arrived in the rumor mill that the Chinese firm may debut the Mi Note 3 alongside the Mi MIX 2. Rumors have it that the Mi Note 3 might be featuring a 5.46-inch FHD display, Snapdragon 660 chipset, 6 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, 16-megapixel front camera and dual rear cameras with optical zoom.
The Weibo post by Lin also contains a video which shows well-known celebrity showing off the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2. However, since the video is blurry, it is not easy to get the design of the phone.
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