Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S with dual camera launched: Price, features and more

Featuring a near bezel-less design this eye-catching phone has a curved ceramic design with a 7-series curved aluminum frame.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S with dual camera launched: Price, features and more

New Delhi: Xiaomi launched the most anticipated Mi MIX 2S in China on Tuesday. The Mi MIX 2S comes with 5.99-inch screen full HD+ (2160×1080 pixels) resolution and bezel-less display.

It will house a Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC. The phone will also have face recognition and face unlock. The phone will have a AI-based dual-camera setup.

Featuring a near bezel-less design this eye-catching phone has a curved ceramic design with a 7-series curved aluminum frame.

Among other features the phone has wireless charging, face unlock, ARCore and multi function NFC.

The phone has 12 megapixel wide angle camera with 12 MP telephoto 4 axis optical image stabilisation.

The phone's AI dual camera detects 206 scenes across 25 categories and 6 customizable parametres. Under the hood, the phone runs Android 8.0 Oreo with Xiaomi’s MIUI on top.

The phone comes in two variants –one with 6GB of RAM and 64GB storage and the other with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The one with the lower storage and memory has been priced at RMB 3299 (approximately Rs 33,000) and the higher variant comes at RMB 3,999 (approximately Rs 40,000).

After tasting success in emerging markets like India and Southeast Asia and expanding into western Europe, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is all set to enter the US market as early as this year, reports have said.

Xiaomi has grown exponentially in India, which recently overtook the US to become the world's second largest smartphone market after China.

According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), Xiaomi shared the top slot with South Korea's Samsung in India, with a market share of 23.5 per cent, in the third quarter of 2017.

Xiaomi already sells a number of products in the US, including its Android TV set-top box, Mi TV, at Walmart locations around the country, The Verge reported on Monday.

But its success in the US smartphone market will ultimately depend on carriers and it will also need to navigate potential concerns from US intelligence officials, the reports said.

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