Xiaomi unveiled the Mi Note 2 today and also revealed what is going to be Xiaomi's most ground-breaking smartphone yet- the MIX.
I assumed that it was the Mi Note 2 itself
that will come sporting a bezel-less display , but it's the futuristic MIX that sports a 6.4-inch bezel less display
with a 91.3 per cent screen to body ratio.
That is quite more than what any phone offers currently as most smartphones comes with a thick upper and lower bezel
for housing the microphone, the proximity sensor and the ambient light sensor.
So the question remains
How does the MIX allow for calls? The MIX doesn't come with a conventional microphone for speaking on call. Instead, Xiaomi has developed its own in-house
technology which uses conduction technology to conduct sound from the top section of the phone. The
MIX makes up for the lack of a proximity sensor with an ultra-sonic technology that automatically turns off the screen when you place the phone on your ear during a call.
The smartphone comes with an all-ceramic build that renders strength and sturdiness to the MIX. The phone
has been designed by Philippe Stark, a renowned French designer famous for designing Steve Jobs' personal yatch.
The MIX will be powered by the performance edition of the Snapdragon 821 processor which bumps up the
processor speed to 2.35GHz coupled with 4GB/6GB LPDDR4 RAM.
The device will come in 128 GB and 256 GB storage variants with a 4400mAh battery and Qualcomm's
As for the camera, the MIX will sport a 16 megapixel rear camera with dual LED flash which can shoot 4K
videos at 30fps. On the front, there's a 5-megapixel selfie camera on the bottom of the screen which is a first for any smartphone.
The MIX will run MIUI 8 under Android 6.0
The MIX Pro will also sport gold plated rings around
the camera and the fingerprint scanner at the back.
This device will cost a lot. I'll update you with the price when it's available
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