It will come with 4 GB of RAM in it. However, now a new leak tells a completely different story. The reason why Mi Mix 2 will be faced with such a tough competition is because it will be equipped with impressive specs alongside a bezel-less display.
It is expected that the new model will be soon launched in India. The rest of the front panel is a massive 6.4-inch display screen with a Full HD+ resolution. The only things we knew so far is that the phone would have a flagship dual rear camera and it would belong to a new lineup. And last causes the most skepticism, because Xiaomi is not usually too active with updating Android versions, not to mention to be among the first, after the novelties of the Xperia. Past teasers have pointed to a "flagship dual camera" smartphone, and the most recent such offering from the company was the Xiaomi Mi 5X, making it the prime candidate for launch. In earlier leaks, it was said that the device would 6.0 inch of display. The model which will be launched on 11 September will be the successor of Mi Mix that was unveiled past year. Since the Mi 5X adheres to both these parameters, it might be possible that Xiaomi may look forward to make this happen.
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It did not specific any actual launch date but it is considered routine for the Shenzhen-based company, however, to reveal new phones in late September and analysts expect to see its latest product by the end of the month.
It's been less than a year since the release of the Mi Mix but the second generation smartphone has been one of the most talked about this year since Xiaomi was one of the first to give customers that awesome display that had only been seen on phones such as the Sharp Aquos. This will be the first Android one smartphone to offer features like X2 optical zoom, Portrait mode and photos with the varied depth of field.More news: India lost 2 per cent growth due to note ban: Kaushik Basu
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