Reports have been in talks regarding Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 2S for quite a while now. In a screenshot of ‘About Phone’, the company confirmed some of the phone’s expected specs, while an image of an invite posted on Chinese social networking portal, Weibo, on Sunday, revealed 27th March as its launch date.
The phone’s screenshot has revealed its AnTuTu score of 273,742. Having surpassed the 270K mark Mi Mix 2S has become one of the most powerful phones with the highest AnTuTu scores. The device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, the 10nm mobile processor which is going to be present in every Android flagship this year, including Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ launched yesterday. The screenshot of Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S has also revealed that the phone will sport a single 16 MP rear camera.
Specs gathered from the information states that the phone has a 6.01 inches full HD display with a resolution of 2160x1080p, 8GB RAM, and 256 GB internal storage. Its 4400 mAh battery is expected to power the phone for more than a day on single charge.
Apart from phone’s image sensors to provide scene recognition support, the device may feature a Sony IMX363 sensor with exclusive features such as “chroma flash”, “automatic HDR”, and “object tracking”. It may also have a fingerprint sensor under the display.
The Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box run smartphone is expected to be launched at an event held in China on 27th March 2018.