Xiaomi has geared up to unveil one of the most rumoured device Mi Mix 2S on March 27th. A plenty of information has already surfaced claiming to be the real specifications and features of the upcoming device.
One of such report claims that the Mi Mix 2S may also be equipped with in-display fingerprint sensor like Vivo X20 plus UD. A fresh image strengthens the claim showcasing the features including the innovative security option.
Meanwhile, many rumors are there on the tech blogs but none of them has managed to reveal the actual design of the smartphone. Although we expect an official version before a day or two of the official release but a Mi Mix 2S concept video has grabbed our attention. A 25-second video clip (embedded at the end of the post) showcases an impressive design that will even put the upcoming Vivo APEX Concept Phone to shame.
We know Xiaomi introducing a tri-bezelless design for the Mi Mix and Mi Mix 2 over a couple of years. In other words, Xiaomi managed to reduce bezels on three sides of those two devices except the bottom one with slighter bezels. However, the Mi Mix 2S concept design highlights thinner bezels on all four sides of the front panel.
The Vivo APEX Concept Phone is rumored to feature a 98 percent of screen-to-body ratio whereas the Mi Mix 2S concept model suggests an almost 100% screen-to-body ratio; simply amazing and unbelievable! Isn’t it?
Another leak reveals that the handset may feature a Samsung made 6.01-inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels sporting the trendy 18:9 aspect ratio.
However, none of the leaker including the concept design has suggested the exact location of the selfie shooter for Mi Mix 2S. Even though, some of them are the opinion that the front camera may be placed on the top right corner of the smartphone.
We anticipate to see the same concept of Vivo APEX to introduce a flip-up camera with all other sensors embedded under the screen.
Going to the rear of the upcoming device, concept video reveals a vertically stacked dual camera setup at the top left corner with a dual-tone LED flash placed in between the two camera sensors.
Have a look on the concept video and post your views in the comment section below.