The new Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s smartphone will come with company's own Facial Recognition technology which adds up a new feature called Face Unlock to the device.
We have seen a lot of flagship smartphones to come with this Wireless charging support option to recharge the phone's battery wirelessly with the use of a charging dock. Today, we have confirmation about the Wireless charging support on the device.
The leaked hands-on video of the Mi Mix 2S was first shared on the Chinese social network Weibo and has already reached YouTube thanks to /Leaks. Well, if these newly-leaked images are to be believed, a front-facing camera notch will not be present, and the device will sport extremely thin bezels.
Snapshot for day 2 of the second Test
Cummins, Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc put the clamps on South Africa's scoring but couldn't take the big breakthrough. That was the fourth ball of the third session, and Hazelwood returned immediately from the other end.
The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S is expected to have a 5.9-inch display and powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with up to 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of onboard storage. Given that, Mi Mix 2s could be the first device by the Chinese smartphone manufacturer to come with wireless charging something that was earlier seen on Samsung and Apple devices until now. Their idea was to push the selfie camera to the bottom lip, which had some considerable bezel for technological limitations. A new leaked video allegedly shows the new Mi MiX 2S and it looks like it has a notch at the corner of its display. While generally, it's the leakers and tipsters who post information about upcoming smartphones, they cannot do much good if the company itself takes to social media.
Xiaomi's been busy with the Mix 2s' teasers lately. The company seems to be confirming a March 27 launch date for its upcoming device.
Centre convenes meeting of Cauvery riparian states on formation of Management Board
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Trump will not meet Kim without seeing 'concrete' steps - White House
Trump's approach has been different from his predecessors who authorised several rounds of talks with the North. Earlier Saturday, the US President said meeting Kim "is very much in the making ".