Cheesy & Official Teasers From Xiaomi Confirm That Upcoming Mi Mix 2s Will Not Feature A Front Camera Sensor At The Top Right
We’ve got exactly one week until Xiaomi launches the Mi Mix 2s. The device is a regular feature of the rumor mill, with a lot of details available for scrutiny. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer will move fast this year, looking for a quick upgrade over the excellently designed Mix 2. Xiaomi launched the Mix 2 around the same time Apple launched its iPhone X. The smartphone features an amazing display, aided by an intelligent position for its front camera sensor. Now, we’ve got more details straight from Xiaomi for the feature today. Take a look below to find out more.
Xiaomi Officially Debunks Rumors Of A Top Right Front Camera Sensor For The Mix 2s As Company Posts Teasers Of The Device With Its Brand Ambassador
Today’s a sad day folks. One big bit of speculation for the Mix 2s is finally put to rest. Some of the first leaks for the smartphone claimed an interesting and aesthetically pleasing upgrade on the smartphone. Alleged renders showed a new position for the device’s front camera sensor. In comparison to its predecessor the Mix 2, the Mix 2s was rumored to place this at the top right; marking for one of the most unique designs on the smartphone market today.
However, pretty soon we saw an influx of live videos and images for the Mix 2s. Most of these did not feature the top right front camera sensor, making us question the feature’s rumored authenticity. While folks in the comments section lambasted us for failing to generate false hype for it, now Xiaomi officially puts all these rumors of a top right front camera to rest.
Continuing its teaser trend, Xiaomi has now posted the above images on its Weibo. These, show the Mix 2s with its brand ambassador Kris Wu. Take a close look at the device Kris is holding, and you’ll notice that it does not feature a top right front camera sensor. It was one of the biggest anticipated features for the Mix 2s, but now, looks like we’ll get a device that is similar in form to its predecessor.
Xiaomi’s focus on the Mix 2s will remain on the smartphone’s rear camera. The Mix 2 lags behind severely in the department. To that end, the Mix 2s will feature all the requisite camera features for a flagship classification. These include depth of field manipulation, slow motion video recording and a dual camera setup. How well the Mix 2s will stack against the giants? We’ll find out soon enough. Till then, stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.