Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S Leaks; New Pictures and Improvements

Alonzo Simpson
March 10, 2018

Recently, an official Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S teaser pointed to individually operating dual cameras with AI imaging. Given that, Mi Mix 2s could be the first device by the Chinese smartphone manufacturer to come with wireless charging something that was earlier seen on Samsung and Apple devices until now.

The Mi Mix line is known for its impressive style and design.

Based on firmware files, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S will also have ARCore Support for augmented reality. After a bunch of these speculations and rumours, would you still wait for the launch date (27th March 2018) to know more about the phone or would you believe these rumours and move on already.

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According to the website, Mi Mix 2's successor will feature an under-display fingerprint scanner. The device is also tipped to feature a display notch that would house the front-facing camera-though it would be quite different to the iPhone X approach. A new leaked video allegedly shows the new Mi MiX 2S and it looks like it has a notch at the corner of its display. The same is expected from Mi Mix 2s as well. There is a small, nearly unnoticeable notch there, at least based on the leaked video below. What's also interesting about the teaser poster is that Xiaomi appears to be hinting at wireless charging feature for the Mi Mix 2S. If it will come with a top-notch or not, only time will say. Despite these many numbers of leaks, we are still unclear about the front camera placement whether it is going to be mounted on the top or at the bottom.

A wirelessly charging Xiaomi flagship has been rumored since last September, following news that the company had joined the wireless charging consortium.

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