As we found out at around the end of last year, AllCall are currently working on their upcoming AllCall MIX2, a smartphone that will check many boxes as far as 2018’s design standards go. Well, after a long wait, today we may finally have a look at some real photos of the handset; let’s check it out!
The first thing we notice from the image above is that the AllCall MIX2 features a pretty high screen-to-body ratio. The display on the AllCall MIX2 is a big 5.99-inch panel with Full HD resolution and an 18:9 display aspect ratio that makes it look slender as it extends vertically further than 16:9 screens. The display ratio should also make the phone easier and more comfortable to hold in your hands, plus it gives it that immersive look we love. Finally, we see a dual glass design for a final sleek look.
From the renders and details released before, we also know that the metal frame will be created via CNC machining technology, its power key and volume button retain the same position as previous models while the front flaunts the selfie camera on the bottom right corner.
In order to increase the display ratio, the fingerprint scanner has been moved to the back, arranged vertically with the rear camera and LED flash. Also from the picture, AllCall MIX2’s back cover shows a beautiful lighting effect, which the official confirmed is because of the popular IML technology used on the phone.
Most of the information above have been confirmed on the official site. On AllCall’s official website you’ll also find the giveaway they’re currently running which will give a lucky winner a free AllCall MIX2; click here to learn more.