Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 receives a 3C certification

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 has now received a 3C certification if the news from Chinese sources is to be believed. The device will boast 6GB RAM with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Soc and an internal storage of 128GB.

    Xiaomi Mi Mix was launched in November 2016 and it is still one of the best-looking smartphones ever. While Xiaomi Mi Mix is already getting its fill of attention, the Chinese manufacturer is planning to come up with a successor of the Mi Mix which will be named Xiaomi Mi Mix 2.

    Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 receives a 3C certification

    There were rumors of the device doing rounds lately after it was spotted on TENAA benchmark code named as Chiron. Now, yet another and more concrete proof has emerged on the smartphone's ongoing development.

    The news comes in from Chinese sources that Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 has now also received a 3C certification. The device is certainly in its last phase of development which means that Xiaomi might announce its launch in few weeks.

    Mi Mix 2 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. Keeping up with the trend, Mi Mix 2 may house a dual camera setup with 12-megapixel sensors for each camera. The front camera will supposedly have an 8-megapixel sensor.

    We hope Xiaomi will work on the quality front more than ever before given the fact that Mi Mix was an expensive smartphone and its successor isn't going to cost anything less.


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