Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 leaks again, alleged image shows rear panel

The alleged leaked image shows two circular cutouts in the top part hinting towards a dual-lens camera setup

    Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 is reaching closer to reality. After some leaked concepts images of the phone, we have now come across one image that allegedly shows the rear panel of the upcoming Chinese phablet. First appeared on Chinese website Weibo, the images show a White color back panel that is said to be of the successor of the bezel-less Xiaomi Mi Mix.

    Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 leaks again, alleged image shows rear panel

    The leaked image shows a white ceramic back panel which boast a seamless unibody and rounded edges. Up top, there are two circular cutouts in the top part, hinting towards a dual-camera setup or the Xiaomi's signature rear mounted fingerprint scanner. The usual connectivity ports, including a Type C USB port and speaker grilles are placed at the bottom.

    Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 leaks again, alleged image shows rear panel

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    Recently, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 also received a 3C certification. The device's benchmark revealed that the device will sport a 6-inch display with an even lesser screen to phone ratio as compared to its predecessor. The display will sport 18:9 ratio and a resolution of 2160x1080 pixels. It is also expected to come with 2.5D curved glass for protection.

    Mi Mix 2 is expected to be powered by 6GB RAM with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Soc. The internal storage is expected to be 128GB. There could also be another variant with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of on board storage.

    We will keep this space open for any updates in the coming weeks.

    Image Source: Weibo

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