Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 prototype leaks, has selfie camera at bottom bezel...

Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 prototype leaks, has selfie camera at bottom bezel (update)


With Xiaomi Mi 6 already available in the market for the past couple of months, Xiaomi is working hard to launch its next high end smartphone and boost even more its sales. That’s why the company is getting ready to unveil its Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 model in September instead of waiting until the end of this year.

xiaomi mi mix 2

A leakster in Weibo that goes under the name @new technology posted earlier today a spy photo of Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 that shows – presumably – a prototype model that could be the final device – there’s 90% chance according to him. The leaked image above shows an impressive smartphone equipped with a bezel less display with almost 100% screen/body ratio, an earpiece that is embedded in the glass chassis and a front facing camera placed at the bottom bezel! The device has really rounded corners when compared to the previous model and the leakster insists that it will be unveiled by mid-September at a price of 4,999 yuan ($748) approximately.

Obviously – no need to clarify but anyway- this is just a leak, not confirmed, so we should all be careful how to handle it.

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  • JC.

    really no selfie camera? Please look closely at the bottom right corner of the phone.

  • now this really screams bezel-less! change the title, it has a selfie cam at the bottom. Hopefully it’ll be durable though with all that screen and non the bezel.

  • Yaweh

    look closely enough, it resembles last years MIX but more edited

  • dref

    IF this is the final version, it would mean that they abandoned ceramic, which is a good thing

    • Assefa Hanson

      Not necessarily it’s good to invest in new hardware to improve upon it and give us options long term imagine if AMOLED was given up upon with all it’s problems initially and I don’t like amoled

      • dref

        I don’t think this comparison is relevant in this particular case, you cannot alter-ate the very physical proprietaries of ceramic.
        Titanium seems to be a much credible alternative to metal/aluminium in the high end segment.