A few days later, on September 24, Xiaomi will present its new flagship Mi Mix Alpha (aka Mi Mix 5G). In that
Most importantly, the new posters suggest thatthe smartphone will still be called Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha, and not Mi Mix 5G. Like all devices of the Mix line, it will be a flagship with an unusual design. Even more - according to Xiaomi, this will be a real revolution in the smartphone market. Therefore, it is possible that on September 24 we will only be shown the concept, and not the finished device.
So, one of the posters shows the most curved edges of the display - even more than that of the Vivo Nex 3 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro. It is also reported that the screen will occupy 100% of the front panel.
Moreover, Xiaomi representatives at Weibo ask users: “Is a 100 percent effective display area the limit?”
Another poster shows three materials: Ti (titanium), SiO2 (silicon dioxide) and AI2O3 (alumina). Perhaps this is a hint that Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha will use all three materials.
The third poster alludes to the front cameradevices. Xiaomi lists the possible options: “drop”, “monobrow”, retractable, and at the end puts a meaningful “or ...?” Most likely, the manufacturer came up with his own alternative.
In addition, the slide from the presentation of Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha got into the network, and the smartphone depicted on it looks really cool.
Recall also attributed to the new OLED displaywith a sub-screen scanner, the Snapdragon 855 Plus processor with support for the fifth generation network and 12 GB of RAM. The main feature of the new items will be its triple camera with the main sensor Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX at 108 megapixels. It will be supplemented by a 16-megapixel “shirik”, as well as a 12-megapixel periscope telephoto lens.
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