A teaser video of the Mi Mix 3 has been leaked showing an all-screen front with a sliding rear panel that will bring to the front the dual 24MP selfie camera. According to the 15-second clip, we can expect the slider to also help users trigger open the camera and make payments.
It’s October and it’s that time of the year Xiaomi announces its bezel-less stylish design with the launch of Mi Mix series that will now be spearheaded by the Mi Mix 3. With a launch expected to take place next week, the Mi Mix 3 has now been leaked through several sources, the highlight of which showcases the phone with a manual sliding mechanism used for facial unlocking.
A teaser video of the Mi Mix 3 has been leaked showing an all-screen front with a sliding rear panel that will bring to the front the dual 24MP selfie camera. According to the 15-second clip, we can expect the slider to also help users trigger open the camera and make payments. The slider mechanism is being held close to Xiaomi with a tagline that reads ”Push, simple action, beyond your imagination”.
Besides the teaser, camera samples of the Mi Mix 3 have been shared by Xiaomi co-founder Lin Bin, hinting an improvement in low-light photography at night. This is confirmed by the watermark that reads “Shot on Mi Mix 3 AI Dual Camera” which has been inscribed in both the camera samples.
With an all-screen design and sliding mechanism for cameras, we’ve also come to know that the Mi Mix 3 will now incorporate a notch at the top of the display. An image shared on Weibo suggests the screen on the Mi Mix 3 will adorn an FDH+ resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
With a week left to go for the launch, Xiaomi has also revealed that the Mi Mix 3 will employ 5G support and in addition to the flagship Snapdragon 845 processor, it will also equip 10GB of RAM. The confirmation came as part of a teaser poster by Xiaomi which read “5G” and “10G”. With this news, the Mi Mix 3 will be the first device to sport both 5G support and a large 10GB memory.
In accordance with the series of rumours and teasers, we’ve also managed to bump into another video which shows the Mi Mix 3 in action. The video shows a user slide open the Mi Mix 3 which in turn open the device as well as the Windows Hello-enabled laptop. This means Xiaomi will soon be able to relay Windows Hello support through its devices, with the Mix 3 to be the first device to benefit from the feature.
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