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The Xiaomi R1 Possibly to Feature 18:9 Bezel-Less Display and 3.5 mm Jack

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We have already left with the arrival of Xiaomi to Spain, which will change the game’s rules for all manufacturers. Many brands have realized that this Chinese firm has brought just what they themselves offered most ranges at a lower price, so everyone will have to react to it, and the worst for all brands is that Xiaomi keeps growing and thinking about getting more phones.

The Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 has been the culmination of Mi MIX, a mobile prototype with an all-screen design, and it seems that this will be the fashion of most mobile phones. From now onwards, whether it’s mid-range or high-end,  Xiaomi wants to be the first to standardize this new format at relatively low prices.

The Xiaomi R1 is seen in public with two front cameras

In recent weeks we thought that Xiaomi would be working on the new Redmi 5 Plus, with a completely renovated design in the mid-range, betting for the first time on its catalog of the mid-range for this screen format. Xiaomi is one of the only companies that can take the entire screen format to the mid-range without greatly increasing prices, and this could be your terminal.

The other day we saw an advertising image with enough possibilities to be real, and this time it is our turn to see it in public. It seems that a Xiaomi worker has taken this phone through the streets and they have captured him. As we can see, it has a very rare case that what it would do would be to cover the entire design as it is almost a prototype.

Xiaomi R1  has a screen format of 18: 9 and we can look at it in the black bands on the sides, showing that it is a 16: 9 content that does not fit into the longer screen. Also, if we look, we can highlight the fact that there are three sensors in the front, which may lead to think that we have a double front camera or a facial recognition system like FaceID?

It should be a short while before Xioami reveals all the details of this new mobilefor the mid-range, which continues without sacrificing the 3.5 mm jack and carries the micro USB 3.0 connection. It is expected that it would appear before the end of the year.

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