Xiaomi Mi Mix Nano leaks again, shows some specs


Yesterday, a few images of a purported 5.5-inch Mi Mix leaked out on Weibo, showing the device next to a normal Mi Mix. Today, another image of the device leaked out, this time showing the device’s ‘about’ page.

 

From the picture, we can gather that the new device will be called the Mi Mix Nano, and will have slightly lesser specs compared to the Mi Mix with a 2.35GHz Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage and a 5.5-inch display.

While there isn’t much else to see in the picture, it does confirm the existence of a smaller Mi Mix, something many people have been clamoring recently. It’s also reassuring that the Mi Mix Nano isn’t an undercut version of the device, and is just as powerful as its larger cousin.

What do you make of this news? Are you excited? What would the pricing be like considering the slightly lower specs? Tell us down below.

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17 Comments

  1. pa5t1s
    November 18, 2016

    Interesting…but it all depends on the LTE bands available…no B20=no buy

    • Dominó85
      November 18, 2016

      You will get International version for +80-100USD. Xiami is a shit Samsung-a-like brand now.

      • Wolvie
        November 20, 2016

        Yeah with those original expensive price + Extra huge mark up from the china online re-seller ,it is no longer worth to buy Xiaomi premium smartphone anymore in a way.

    • Tomasz Płókarz
      November 18, 2016

      LTE @800 MHz is a useless crap.

      • pa5t1s
        November 19, 2016

        Oh! seriously? do you prefer B28?
        But, Poland only uses 800 and 2600Mhz bands, right?

        • Tomasz Płókarz
          November 19, 2016

          Also 1800. What I mean is, high speed and extended coverage is contradiction in terms.

          • Trayanee
            November 19, 2016

            Ye, B20 would be useless If there was proper 3G coverage everywhere, but for me its B20 or EDGE, so its a no go without it…

          • pa5t1s
            November 19, 2016

            of course, it is : B20 is better in urban environment : less distance, stronger signal

            • Tomasz Płókarz
              November 21, 2016

              Nope. You need more cells in high density population area. Higher coverage of 800 MHz waves means more interference between cells. Again: contradiction in terms.

              (poor English, sorry)

          • cyril symbio
            November 20, 2016

            800 allows you to actually get a signal… inside your building, I wouldn’t say it’s crap. It’s the opposite. In Paris, this is salvation.

  2. zupatami
    November 18, 2016

    will it be supported by miui tweaks module? yes

  3. Stef
    November 18, 2016

    Having less ram actually makes it a cut version. Day to day ram amount is more important than peak performance (less reloads, ideally).

  4. Xiaolu
    November 18, 2016

    It seems the ‘zero-bezels’ trend is a thing… 😉

  5. sere83
    November 18, 2016

    nano @ 5.5 inches. lol. Shame the camera is utter garbage and the ear speaker is weak as piss on this, looks great otherwise.

    • Airyl
      November 18, 2016

      You sure about that? Most reviews I’ve read say the ear speaker (if you can call it that) is good and the camera is above average like the OnePlus 3.

      • sere83
        November 20, 2016

        Guy at techtablets wasn’t impressed with the camera, be ok if the price wasn’t so high but you can buy an S7 for the same price… https://youtu.be/NX3i6PZnvzI

  6. Nishikanta
    November 18, 2016

    welcome move. GIven the devise has very narrow bazels. It would be almost an 5inch phone.If its not curved . Its a stylish practical phone.