Xiaomi Mi Mix 2020 images were leaked online with a stunning and head-turning design. The images were popped on the pages of one of the popular online stores, Aliexpress. The pages were now reportedly deleted. The images of a similar smartphone have appeared which has a design that was not seen in the industry.
As you can see from the images, the design is completely new. The front is completely bezel-less and cameras were pushed to the right side of the device. At first glance, the front looks like a Redmi K20 Pro with a case on it, but the design is peculiar with two camera modules.
On the back is where you can see the rectangular camera block to the center. Rectangular setups were pretty common in the industry. I mean, the Galaxy S20 series, Vivo X50 Series, and upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series, but here the setup is vertical.
Presumably, the camera setup comprises of four cameras. We also get to see a periscope module as well as a lidar sensor which might also be found on the upcoming iPhone models. The Lidar sensor is currently only seen with the latest iPad Pro models.
We cannot be very sure whether this is the final design of the device. Unique designs as such will mainly end up being prototypes. This implementation could generate a lot of mixed feelings. The whole bezel-less smartphone concept came in when users wanted completely a screen on the front of the device.
Now, this seems like they’ve pushed the screen to the boundaries, but they removed notch or chin and added a side-pocket I could say. I mean, what is the point of placing the cameras and volume rockers on the front? Xiaomi’s Mi Mix series of devices mostly remained unreleased in many countries.
The original Mi Mix was a prototype, the Mi Mix 2 was launched globally with weird camera placement. Mi Mix 3 was not tasted by most of the markets yet. So, I am pretty sure that this device also ends up being unreleased.
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