Look at this bad boy and tell me you don't want one even before I tell you what's inside.
Over the past several days, Xiaomi has been teasing various key aspects of the Mi Mix 3 including its sliding design, dual front cameras and that it will be offered with up to 10GB of RAM, among other things. To use the front cameras, you will have to pull down the front panel. In a graphic that Xiaomi shared Thursday, we can see that this new full-screen flagship smartphone eliminates the notch, bringing the screen-to-body ratio to 93.4%. The display itself is a 6.4-inch OLED at 1080p, and there are four cameras in play. There are two cameras, for example, a 24 megapixel IMX576 sensor paired with a 2 megapixel depth of field camera.
The handset is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and the company will also launch a 5G version of the device in Europe. 10W wireless charging is also included for those who like to live the wireless life.
Xiaomi announced the new Mi Mix phone today, dubbed Mi Mix 3. Price starts at 3,299 yuan (about $475), which gets you 6GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage. Mi MIX 3 with 8GB+128GB will retail at 3,599 and the top model (10GB+256GB) at CNY 3,999.
Not just that, but the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 could push RAM to a new high. It now sports front-facing cameras on a sliding structure nestled behind the screen, doing away with the notch popularized by the iPhone. The same image posted by Lin Bin has also been tweeted by product management director Donovan Sung, showing the smartphone with "5G" written in the status bar. Now the phone has been launched officially for the Chinese market and expected to hit other countries soon enough. Let us talk about the Mi MIX 3 in thorough detail so you guys can know if this is going to be your daily driver or not.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 will come to China first, on November 1.
Rear camera: Mi Mix 3 has dual cameras at the back. Just as Xiaomi already teased, the front of the device is almost bezel-less thanks to a sliding mechanism that hides the dual front-facing cameras (24MP + 2MP). The Palace Museum edition comes with 10GB RAM and 256GB storage, and is priced at 4999 yuan ($719.41).
It is equipped with a 12Mp + 12M rear-facing and 24MP+2MP front-facing dual-lens cameras, which largely elevate its selfie-taking capabilities.
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