Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has already confirmed the company is preparing to launch the successor to Mi Mix 2 smartphone. Now a fresh render of the alleged Mi Mix 2S appeared online. The leaked image reveals the smartphone is equipped with new under display fingerprint scanner technology. This will make Mi Mix 2S the company’s first device with under display fingerprint sensor, following the recently launched Vivo X20 Plus UD which was first one to feature this technology.
The image also confirms the upgraded device will sport a full-screen bezel-less display with rounded corners and have an even higher screen to body ratio. However, the Mi Mix 2S comes without an iPhone X-like top notch for housing the front camera sensor. Earlier rumours had indicated that the phone would be emulating iPhone X’s design.
Additionally, prominent leaks website SlashLeaks posted a screenshot of alleged Mi Mix 2S which displays the MIUI About screen. The photo shows the device will feature a 6.01-inch Full HD+ (1080 x 2160 pixels) display with 18:9 aspect ratio.
Other details include the presence of Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, 16MP primary camera and a 4400mAh battery. The photo also reveals the Mi Mix 2S is running the MIUI 126.96.36.199 OS. Of course, many of these key specifications have been leaked through many other sources as well.
Alongside internal specifications, previous leaks specified certain AI features for the device that will enable the phone’s camera to provide scene recognition support. Furthermore, it was hinted the Mi Mix 2S might feature a Sony IMX363 sensor with exclusive features such as “chroma flash”, “automatic HDR”, and “object tracking”.
Earlier, Xiaomi had confirmed they would launching the Mi Mix 2S at an event on March 27 in their home country, China. Along with launch date, the Chinese phone maker also revealed the handset would be powered by Qualcomm’s latest and most powerful Snapdragon 845 SoC.
Xiaomi’s official teaser poster also showed the Mi Mix 2S scored 273,741 on AnTuTu benchmark, the highest ever score on an Android smartphone till date. Besides this, the company didn’t confirm any of the specifications of features of the smartphone. It, however, remains unclear when the smartphone will be arriving in India.