Xiaomi MI MIX 3 has been on the news lately and the Chinese company has even released an official teaser for the device. The device will officially launch on 25 October, but the recently leaked MI Mix 3 photos have given us some clue on what to expect at the event.
The live image also clarifies some issues about the fingerprint scanner. Previous leaks have suggested an on-screen identification scanner, but it turns out MI Mix 3 will feature a rear-mounted scanner. The glass back, as usual, is also there to hint at wireless charging.
The mix Mix 3 photos show a dual selfie snapper integrated into the manual slider, which also houses the improved facial recognition sensor. We already know of the full-screen design, while details of the camera also got revealed to be a 24MP module.
Other specs of the mix Mix 3 is a likely 10GB variant, the first for any smartphone, which will support 5G network connectivity. The device screen resolution according to the company’s marketing director of mobile phones, Zhi Zhiyuan, will be 1080 x 2340px. It’s likely a 19.5:9 aspect ratio since there is no notch because of the manual slider tech that will allow complete use of all the pixel.
Initial rumors also had it that the phone will feature AMOLED display supplied by Samsung and will have Snapdragon 845 Octa-core processor under the hood.
In another related news, Xiaomi is understood to be working with the British museum according to an official teaser from Xiaomi Weibo account. It gives details on a likely special edition with an emphasis on arts. The Chinese text on the above image reads that the company has worked together with the British Museum to design the handset with ceramic white color.