The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S is all set to be revealed on the 27th of March in Shanghai, China. A hands-on video of the alleged smartphone has popped up. The video throws light upon the design of the screen and confirms the presence of a notch on the top right corner of the display for the front camera.
The display looks great if you look at it from the design point of view. The camera on the top left corner might bother some people who like their phones symmetric. It’s a small right angle that holds the front camera. The video doesn’t really reveal a lot, except that the user seems to be zipping through apps quite fast. But that’s something which is expected from a flagship and cannot be bargained with.
Till now, the reported specs are Snapdragon 845 with 6/8GB of RAM, dual cameras, which might work independently, a full screen bezel-less display (obviously) and a fingerprint scanner on the back. The predecessors of the Mi Mix 2S have set benchmarks for other smartphones makers. Will the Mix 2S be able to do the same or will it fail? We get to know on the 27th of March when Xiaomi unveils it.