Xiaomi launched the Mi Mix 2S initially in two colors - Black or White. Now a third, more sophisticated option was announced by the company with the unique moniker Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S Art Special Edition. The phone comes in a neat box with a portrait of a woman from a dish plate from the early 1500s, part of the Deruta ceramics exhibition of The British Museum.
The Mi Mix 2S is branded with the logo of The British Museum on the back underneath the glass panel. There are also some visual customizations of the MIUI 9.5 on board. The package brings a black case, branded with the same image of the Deruta plate and a card that gives free entry to the actual museum.
On the inside of the phone nothing has changed - 5.99” bezel-less screen with Full HD+ resolution, Snapdragon 845 and dual cameras. The Art Special Edition comes with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage. It is currently priced at CNY4,299 ($675/€567), which is CNY300 more expensive than the regular version in Black.
entry to the British Museum is free anyway ?!?!?!
The Chinese love everything European.