Today has been a busy day for Xiaomi as the company has released not one but three new gadgets. The second of these gadgets is a concept Phablet called the Mi Mix. The device is almost bezelless and it is borderless (no thick sides, it is all screen on the sides).
Xiaomi Mi Mix comes with a custom-made 6.4-inch, with a 2040×1080 pixel resolution, and a 17:9 aspect ratio display that takes up 91.3% of the front. With such a screen to body ratio, the device comes with a physical button but settles for screen controls (buttons) that take 16:9 ratio of the screen. Xiaomi Mi Mix large screen is sheltered by a ceramic body, ceramic all over. Save for the Mi Mix unique ceramic body, the devices screen is held to the body with mortise and tenon joint, different from the common place glue or other common adhesives.
Inside the Mi MIX ceramic body, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 clocked at 2.35GHz runs processes. The SoC is clubbed with a 4GB RAM\128GB internal storage or a 6GB RAM and humungous 256GB internal storage. The 256GB variant also gets gold trim, with 18K gold accents on the camera lens and fingerprint sensor on the back.
For pictures and videos, Xiaomi equpps the Mi Mix with a 16MP rear camera with PDAF and 4K video, and a 5MP for front shooting. The device has dual SIM connectivity and is powered by a 4,400mAh battery with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 fast charging. Both variants come with exquisite leather case. The Mi MIX is priced at $515 for the 4GB/128GB model and $590 for the 6GB/256GB model.
The specs of the Mi Mix and Mi Note 2 proofs that Xiaomi is certainly out to give Android faithful’s great options and non-Android faithful’s a rethink. What do you think? Are you impressed? Share your thought in the comment box below.