A new image has just surfaced, and it shows off part of the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S, along with some specs and features of the phone. Now, before we start talking about what this image reports, it is worth noting that the company’s brand ambassador, Kris Wu, confirmed the design of the phone, by sharing several images of the device on his official Twitter page. Following that post, Xiaomi’s CEO, Lei Jun, shared those very same images, which definitely confirms the phone’s design, which we will talk about in a minute.
Now, getting back to the image at hand, this image reports that the Mi MIX 2S will be made out of ceramic. It is worth noting that this image also mentions that the phone will sport 8GB of RAM and 256GB of native storage, in addition to a 5.99-inch fullHD+ (2160 x 1080) display. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 64-bit octa-core SoC is also mentioned here, and it was confirmed earlier that the phone will be fueled by that SoC. On top of everything, a ‘full-screen display 3.0’ is also mentioned in this image, which represents Xiaomi’s next step in the ‘bezel-less’ game. Having said that, this image does say that the phone will be made out of ceramic, though it is possible that Xiaomi plans to release more than one variant of the Mi MIX 2S, as the company did with the Mi MIX 2. This means that the 8GB RAM variant could be made out of ceramic, while the 6GB RAM model could end up being made out of metal and glass, as was the case with the Mi MIX 2. It is still unknown whether Xiaomi plans to release more than one variant of the Mi MIX 2S, though, so nothing is certain.
The Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S will be announced on March 27 in China, that much was confirmed already. The Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S will sport extremely thin bezels, and no display notch. The thickest bezel on this phone will be located below the display, and it will be a bit thicker than the provided render claims. MIUI 9 will ship on top of Android Nougat when it comes to the Mi MIX 2S, and chances are we’re looking at MIUI 9.5 here, which will bring some visual changes in MIUI’s notifications department.