After Bokeh, Mi Mix 3 Will Also Shoot 960fps Video Confirms Xiaomi

Ramish Zafar
Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 alleged press render

We've got two flagship smartphones left for launch before 2018's cycle officially comes to an end. Both are from Chinese manufacturers, as OnePlus and Xiaomi are almost ready to introduce 2018's final high-end mobile gadgets. After OnePlus' Pete Lau shared the OnePlus 6T's official camera sample earlier today, Xiaomi has posted a video clip shot on the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3. Take a look below for more details.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 Will Shoot Video At 960fps Suggests Official Teaser For The Smartphone From Xiaomi's Spokesman

A lot of details for the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 have surfaced both on official and unofficial sources over the past couple of months. It looks as if Xiaomi will upgrade a lot of features on the Mi Mix 2s  to justify a generational upgrade. The company only launched the Mi Mix 2s earlier this year, and this smartphone has the same processor as its successor will have; despite the latter representing a generational jump.

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Today we've got a video clip shot using the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Mix 3. It confirms that the smartphone will have a feature that's become quite common on high-end devices. The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 will shoot video at 960 frames per second, and you can take a look at one of the first video clips from the smartphone below.

Samsung introduced the feature on its Galaxy S9 and the iPhone has it too. Now Xiaomi's ready to catch up with the big players in the market. The presence of 960fps recording on the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 represents another big upgrade on the smartphone lineup. Xiaomi needs these if it wants to justify a generational upgrade to a lineup while keeping performance specifications similar to an older device.

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 will feature a completely bezel-free design as the company will incorporate the smartphone's front camera inside a sliding mechanism. The gadget is also rumored to feature virtual fingerprint recognition. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.

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