As most of you already know, Xiaomi has its own innovative line-up where it tests different designs dubbed Mi Mix. Right from the original Mi Mix, Xiaomi is trying to do something new with the series. Although the devices in the series remain unreleased, or limited to certain countries, they do gain a lot of popularity. Now, a set of high-quality images of the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2020 has appeared on the pages of the popular online store including AliExpress, which were now deleted.
At first glance, the device looks like Poco F2 Pro placed in a case. But if you take a closer look, you can see the side-bezel, with a dual front-facing camera module placed vertically. Also, you can see the volume rockers placed just below the camera setup and followed by the power key. The display touches the boundaries and is surrounded by a white casing.
On the back, we get to see a huge rectangular camera block. The camera setup here is horizontally aligned and centrally placed. We also get to see the quad-camera setup with a periscope module and LiDAR sensor which we also expect to see in this year’s iPhones. LiDAR sensor is currently only found on the latest iPad Pro models. Camera specifications or information is written under the setup, followed by a centrally placed flash. The Xiaomi branding is found to the bottom center of the device.
Overall, this looks likes a fan-made or conceptual design of the device which might be leaked from Xiaomi’s office or some photoshopped image by fans. But the irony here is, the renders turned up on the Russian language site for Alibaba as part of advertising banners, but Xioami never have mentioned that it is working on a device as such. It is safe to say that the renders here are not the final product.
If the design turned out to be real, I do not see a point for this design to exist. As we already know that manufacturers are quartering out different ways to make the display bezel-less. Till now, we have seen notches, waterdrop-styled notches, pop-up cameras, rotating cameras, punch-hole notches, and etc. Moreover, what is the point of having a full-screen display when you have a huge side-bezel which in fact is bigger than all the notches?
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