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Xiaomi was on point with the launching of their Xiaomi Mi Note 2 smartphone which has made a whole lot of noise before it went official, sporting a really sexy curved display. Nonetheless, this isn’t the only sexy handset smartphone this OEM had to offer during their launching as they went on to introduce another smartphone called the Xiaomi Mi Mix which boasts an amazing 91.3% screen-to-body ratio.
This handset, however, proves to be more of a beast than the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 smartphone as it comes in with a much larger and crispier 6.4-inch display with a resolution of 2040 x 1080 with zero bezels on the sides held in place by a carefully crafted ceramic body.
The same Snapdragon 821 SoC also makes an appearance here coupled up with the MIUI 8 user interface and a pretty impressive battery life of 4400mAh which also come fully equipped with Quick Charge 3.0 fast charging technology. There is a 16MP main camera at the back that is capable of Phase Detection Auto Focus and is accompanied upfront by a 5MP main camera.
Interestingly, taking a close look at this handset we see it is missing the proximity sensor and physical earpiece speaker on the top upfront, which begs us to ask, how do Xiaomi expect the users of this phone to make phone calls?
With the help of a Ceramic Drive unit, the folks over at Xiaomi has found a way to use piezoelectric ceramic acoustic technology to easily convert electrical signals into mechanical energy with sound coming out as the end product.
Two version of this smartphone would be made available seeing the 4GB RAM and 128GB ROM variant going for $516 whereas the more expensive version would be asking for $589 as it would ship with 6GB of RAM 128GB of ROM, and 18-karat gold rims around the main camera at the back and fingerprint scanner as well.