Full-screen smartphones are the latest trend and – we believe it’s safe to say – everybody loves them. One of the most recently talked about full screen devices packing relatively high-end specs (on the Mediatek side) such as the Mediatek Helio P23, fast wireless charging, face ID as well as a large amount of memory (6GB ROM+128GB RAM) is the upcoming AllCall Mix2. That all sounds good on paper, but what about its looks? Let’s have a closer look!
The AllCall Mix2 will be slimmer and more comfortable to hold in hand compared to what we’ve today on the market, as it packs a 5.99-inch display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and thin bezels encased in a glossy body the size of a “regular” 5.5-inch phone. Plus it’ll also feature a Xiaomi MIX2-like design for those who fancy it.
The smartphone will come with a smooth and slim uni-body design, with the metal frame being made via CNC technology, the coating process on top will then enhance corrosion resistance of the middle frame and make it harder to scratch.
Its power key and volume rockers stay in the same position as previous AllCall phones while the front selfie camera has been moved to the bottom right corner. Because of the slim bottom chin, the fingerprint scanner has been moved to the back, arranged below the rear camera and double LED flash.
From the picture, we can also see that AllCall Mix2’s back is processed using IML technology which gives the surface of the battery cover a mirror-like finish. This time around, AllCall’s device will be released in two classic colors as well: Deep Black and Champagne Gold.