Want a smartphone with a Screen / Body Ratio of 180%? – We are tired of talking about the fashion of smartphones with infinite screen on Leak.co.uk. However, after the Mate 30 Pro and Vivo Nex 3 have brought a new design to the table… It seems it's time to forget all this to bet on a design even more out of the box, but still interesting.
Welcome to the Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha which can have a screen / body ratio of 180.6%!
Therefore, Xiaomi's new bet is most likely one of the most differentiated mobile phones we have ever seen. And so, don't expect the normal price / quality price that has so well defined the Chinese giant in recent years.
This Mi Alpha is really aimed at the highest range on the market, with a price to match… About $ 2800!
But all this raises a very important question, do we need smartphones with so much screen?
As you may know, currently on the market what we find most is a bit strange solutions to try to reach 100% screen / body. Like the notorious notch, pop-up cameras, and more recently the holes in the screen like what the S10 and Note 10 offer.
In short, all compromises to try to hide the front camera that simply can not disappear from smartphones.
Well, Mi Mix Alpha tries to fix this problem by turning the rear three-camera module into the front camera. And of course, to achieve this you will have to have a screen on the back of the smartphone…
As Xiaomi was not happy to do just this, she also decided to put the screen on the sides of the device, creating a strange but super interesting effect.
However, as you might imagine, a fall from this boy should be an immediate knockout.
Interestingly, this new Xiaomi screen will feature virtual buttons on the sides, and will still serve as a speaker and proximity sensor.
Mi Mix Alpha – Technical Specifications
As for the specs, we have Qualcomm's latest SoC in the form of the SD855 +, 12GB of RAM, 512GB of UFS 3.0 storage, a 4050mAh 40W fast charging battery, 5G and a three camera system in the rear.
Is this the future of smartphones?
In fact, this is not the first time we have seen this design, as several patent and rumored leaks have suggested such a design. But is this really the future?
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