It looks like the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S does exist. A new banner leak of the Mix 2S shows off the gorgeous design of the phone along with key specifications. The Mix 2S will have a Full-Screen design 3.0 whose details are unknown at the moment. Also, it is still rumoured as the first smartphone to come with Snapdragon 845 chipset on board. There will be a dual camera setup at the back, up to 8GB of RAM, AI-driven Face Unlock technology and the same 5.99-inch display on the front.
Earlier leaks also pointed out similar specifications. The biggest talking point with the Mi Mix 2S is its design. Xiaomi is expected to take the design level to a whole new level with this phone as there are just minimal bezels on the front. The Mi Mix 2 is already a stunning looking phone, even though it has a relatively larger chin. However, it seems like that’s not the case. The Mix 2S will have the same design as the Mi Mix 2, but the chin will be a lot smaller because the front-facing camera is moved to top right and it has a cut out too but seems like it doesn’t affect much though.
The Mix 2S is also expected to build out of the same Ceramic material, which has become a trend for the company’s Mix range of phones.
Furthermore, the Mix 2S will also be the company’s first smartphone with the under-display fingerprint scanner, and the world’ second smartphone after the Vivo X20 Plus UD. The phone is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 chipset and will be mated to 8GB of RAM. There might be other variants with 6GB of RAM.
At the back of the phone, there might be a dual camera setup as per the render. The primary sensor will have the Sony IMX363 sensor. And the device will boot MIUI 9 out of the box but will have other Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies to perform various actions. It is also said to have a bigger battery than the Mi Mix 2.
While the banner does look like an official one, we still suggest you take this leak with a pinch of salt as there’s no official news from Xiaomi yet. Also, another person on Weibo hinted that Xiaomi will release the phone before MWC 2018 itself in China and will showcase it at the mega tech show.
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