Kingwaylee has just released a new concept design, this time around the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 is the object of Kingwaylee's imagination. If you take a look at the gallery down below, you'll get to see quite a few images which are representing the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 that the source imagined. The Xiaomi Mi Note 3 will not be announced anytime soon, but it's never a wrong time to share a sleek-looking design with the general public, is it now.
As you can see, this smartphone sports a curved display on its sides, and has a rather odd shape. As far as the overall design is concerned, it reminds us of the Sony Xperia XZ, at least to some extent. The design of this smartphone is proportional, its curves are identical on both sides. The source did not share any specifications along with this design, which is rather odd because we usually get some specs along with concept design, but there you have it. The power / lock physical key is placed on the right-hand side of this smartphone, while the phone's volume rockers are located on the left-hand side of the concept Xiaomi Mi Note 3. The Type-C USB port is placed on the bottom of this smartphone, and it is flanked by the 3.5mm headphone jack and a loudspeaker. The home key / fingerprint scanner is located below the phone's display, and the earpiece design is also quite interesting, as it is placed at the very top of the device, while you'll notice what seems to be a front-facing camera snapper below it. A single camera unit is located on the back of this smartphone, and next to it you'll notice the dual-LED flash. The company's branding is also placed on the back of this smartphone, in case you were wondering.
All in all, this is quite an interesting design which combines the Sony Xperia XZ and the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 in a single phone, more or less. The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 was announced back in October, and chances are Xiaomi will not introduce its successor before Q4 this year, which means there's still plenty of time before that happens. The Mi Note 3 will not look like this concept design, of course, but most consumers probably wouldn't mind if it looked similar to it.