It’s just a day before iPhone launch, and Xiaomi is back at it again; showcasing the successor of last year’s highly-acclaimed and near-bezel-less Mi Mix smartphone.
The Mi Mix smartphone 2 retains the former design aesthetic — built by a team, leading designer Philippe Starck. But with an imperceptibly smaller 6-inch display and revised 18:9 screen resolution. The bezel is insignificant once again. And as per the Chinese phone maker claims to have cropped the lower border down by a notable 12 percent.
The second iteration of Mi Mix smartphone features a pretty much striking look — yet again — and it matches with the biggest inclination in devices this year, reducing the bezel in replacement for the greatest front screen size. It’s a chain that Samsung, LG, and (reportedly) Apple have all adjoined in a bid to stand out from the rest. Xiaomi went a little too farther last year when it pushed away the front speaker to optimize the display, and it repeats the same story this year.
Specs Of Mi Mix Smartphone 2:
On the other hand, there are some striking internal inclines, including an amazing quality camera; that utilizes a Sony IMX386 sensor — inducing it up to par with the Mi 6 — and Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB RAM to power the smartphone.
The options begins from 3299 RMB ($506) for 64 GB of storage, with 3599 RMB ($550) for 128 GB and 3999 RMB ($613) for 256 GB. A limited edition model that includes a majestic ceramic unibody; and sets 8GB RAM with 128 GB of storage is on offer for a more expensive 4699 RMB, or around $720.
The same way it did last year, the company also made use of Mix Mix launch to unveil its latest Mi Note smartphone.
These sizzlingly hot devices follow the launch last week of Xiaomi’s first stock Android device — the very ravishing-looking Mi A1 — which befalls under Google’s Android One program. These new entries today both work on its MI UI Android software fork, however.
Comeback Of Xiaomi:
Perhaps, this year has been a period of redemption for Xiaomi, seeing its once-volatile sales extension decrease over the past couple of years; since it appeared to have terms with offensive rivals in China and the formidable challenge of expanding its ubiquity outside of China.
CEO Lei Jun, who refused to uncover the year-end sales figures for the first time earlier this year; acclaimed his company’s restoration this summer. Sales in China surged up to 60 percent from Q1 2017 to Q2 2017 causing Lei to claim Xiaomi had touched “a major inflection point” in its growth.
“After two years of internal recalibration, Xiaomi is once again embarking on a rapid growth trajectory,” he said in a letter to employees.
With three engaging new devices launched this month alone, Xiaomi will be expected to mount on its encouraging year as 2017 ends out, and 2018 comes along.