Xiaomi Mi MIX was the smartphone that introduced the bezel-less smartphone trend back in 2016. The sequel Mi MIX 2 was also appreciated by users, around the globe. The next smartphone of the Mi MIX league will act as a huge improvement over its predecessor both in terms of processing power and design ergonomics. So here’s everything we know so far about the Mi MIX 2S.

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Mi MIX 2S: Key Specifications And Design Ergonomics

A leaked image clearly depicts the specifications of the Mi MIX 2S. The device will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor, coupled with 8GB RAM and 256GB of onboard storage. Talking about the display, Xiaomi might offer a 5.99” FullHD display with a resolution of 2160×1080 pixels.

IMG: Mi MIX 2 (as a reference)

As far as design is concerned, the device may offer a complete metal and glass built just like its predecessors. Well, we can except a complete 18:9 display with nearly negligible bezels and no notch. The smartphone would incorporate the front-facing camera, under these small bezels.

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Mi MIX 2S: Improved Camera And Other Features

One of the major improvements of the Mi MIX 2S over its predecessor will be an improved camera. The device will feature a dual camera setup integrated with AI. The device will incorporate a portrait mode and couple other relatable features as well.

Along with these nifty features, we can except Multi Frame Noise Reduction and Slow Motion as well. The MIX 2S might also be the first MIX device to feature wireless charging. Well, according to a recent report, the Mi MIX 2S will feature the trendy face recognition as well.

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All these leaks, rumors and renders point towards Mi MIX 2S being a powerful and unique device. The above-mentioned specs or features might differ the original, so take this piece of information with a pinch of salt. Stay tuned.


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