Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 to feature 3D facial recognition

Mi Mix 2 to have this feature as in the upcoming iPhone 8.

    There has been a lot of speculations and leaks about the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2. We have come across the possible renders of the smartphone hit the web shedding light on the design.

    Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 to feature 3D facial recognition

    The recent tip regarding the Mi Mix 2 has come from a tipster on Weibo (via: TheAndroidSoul) who has uploaded a screenshot claimed to be that of the upcoming Xiaomi device. The screenshot shows that the Mi Mix 2 might arrive with the 3D Face Recognition feature. With this feature, the Xiaomi device will be directly competing with the likes of the upcoming iPhone 8. Notably, the screenshot does not reveal a lot about how this 3D facial recognition feature might work.

    From the previously leaked images, we have got to know that the Mi Mix 2 might arrive with a bezel-less design with a small area below the display. The screen is claimed to be a 6.4-inch AMOLED panel with 2K resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio. There are claims that Xiaomi might use the full-screen display from JDI in the Mi Mix 2.

    In terms of other specifications, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 is believed to feature a 12MP main camera at its back and a 5MP selfie snapper at the front. The device is said to be launched in two variants - one with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage and the other with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. The leaked screenshot shows the Mi Mix 2 running Android 7.1.1 Nougat with MIUI 9 out of the box.

    Earlier this week, we came across a report tipping that the Xiaomi Mi Mix successor is slated to be launched on September 12, which is earlier than the expected time frame. It was on yesterday that we came across a report tipping that the Mi Mix 2 with the codename Chiron was leaked tipping its imminent launch in the Chinese market.


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