The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S is the next model in the lineup that made the whole bezelless craze mainstream (because just how much reach does Sharp have as a smartphone brand?), and we have a pretty good idea how it'll look thanks to a seemingly official render from a week ago. But it's even better to see the actual phone, live, on video, right?
The folks over at OnPhones have gotten their hands on a Mi Mix 2S, by the looks of it, and have shared a short, yet revealing clip. The big news is that the bezelless phone will employ gestures, not unlike the ones found on the iPhone X - for accessing the task switcher, at least. One thing Xiaomi hasn't taken straight out of the X - the home bar we're huge fans of. Not.
Unfortunately, the video doesn't give us a glimpse of the top right corner of the device where the front-facing camera should be according to the circulating render. Notches are the new fad now that Apple has chosen to chisel out the display of the iPhone X to fit cameras in there, but the one on the Mi Mix 2S is about as inconspicuous as any. So, when's that review unit coming our way?
I'm pretty it's Xiaomi Mi 7 screen. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s has bigger chin to locate selfie camera. i
Xiaomi success because of their cheap screens