Beautiful. Though, Im still sceptical about the front camera at the bottom bezel. I was also expecting embedded fingerprint scanner on the screen. Guess it is not ready yet.
Damn beautiful! No comment about material build, what inside and performance, just enjoy the look.
R31ya, 22 Mar 2017The previous mi mix cracked from 1 foot drop. That's like from your hand to the table.
Hope... moreGorilla glass is about screen "scratchiness" nothing to do with screen durability. Mi mix 1 is already harder to scratch due to the ceramic material, gorilla glass is (would be) a downgrade.
We wear cases to our phones, no need for the phone to be too sturdy..
Don't you dare curse us by wanting try another 5.7 inch device. 6.4 is amazing. My mi max fits in all my pockets save for 1 pair of overly tight jeans, and I'm sure this phone is smaller.
Plenty of 5.7 inch phones for you to choose from
Anonymous, 22 Mar 2017love it .. one drop one break. love itThe previous mi mix cracked from 1 foot drop. That's like from your hand to the table.
Hopefully they bothered to use at least gorilla glass 4 and reinforce the side frame to prevent the same problem to happen again.
What kind of phone is that? Oh it's a "Xiaomi mi mix 2"... No thanks
Simply beautiful, a shame they didn't release the original mi mix in the united States and now Samsung is going to take all the bezeless market there.
Claudiu.Lucian, 22 Mar 2017Make it more sturdy and I would bat an eye!No need, everybody is using cases these days. Unless it's as sturdy as a phone with case makin the actual phone more sturdy is less relevant... because everybody is using a case anyway.
One thing I would like is make the phone a bit bigger (6.5 inches) is if they're to keep the same dimensions of Mi Mix 1 (the upper level of pocketability), as it is the only size to allow a phone to also be a tablet yet allow pocketability.
A second is to fix the cameras (they really suck).
A third is to use a 4k panel that will work as a 2k panel in every day use yet turn into a 4k beast when connected to VR goggles. That way we'd have immersive VR movie viewing...