Xiaomi just announced the Mi A1 - its first stock Android handset. The company also launched a clip that highlights the most important features of the phone - the dual camera, the vanilla Android and the sturdy design.
The video is set in rendered museum shaped like the “mi” logo. Inside, the Xiaomi Mi A1 phone is the key exhibition. The video takes us through various halls where different pieces of the phone are introduced.
An interesting part of the video is how a flock of flying colorful rhombuses actually makes the Google Photos app icon. The clip also reveals all the specific apps Xiaomi pushes with MIUI will arrive in a separate folder on the home screen.
The video ends with showcasing the three colors of the phone. Check out the whole video below.
Since this device is essentially Mi 5X, those who want MIUI interface can buy it instead of A1, right?
Xiaomi is probably the only Chinese company that's been able to make promos like this. It was just too bad. My heart broke when I saw the device flicker on and instead of the beautiful MIUI 8 or new MIUI 9 lockscreen you see that clownish looking and...
this never was an apple design, it was HTC. correct your fanboy'ish info.