It’s technically a concept phone but it’s got a release date in early November, so take from that what you will. The Philippe Starck-designed, Android-running Xiaomi Mi Mix boasts an impressive nearly edgeless 6.4-inch display that spans to the device’s side and top edges, leaving only the tiniest of bezels on the bottom. In fact, about 91.3% of the phone’s front is screen. This required the shrunk selfie cam to be shifted to the bottom bezel, the use of an ultrasound proximity sensor to know when it’s held to your ear, and the inclusion of piezoelectric acoustic technology to replace more traditional speakers for hearing whoever you’re talking to on the phone, instead transmitting sound through the metal frame beneath the phone’s all-ceramic shell. We’d almost forgo looking at its specs, but we couldn’t not do it: it’s got a a 2.35GHz Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB to 6GB of RAM, 128GB to 256GB of on-board storage, a 16MP rear-facing camera that also shoots 4K, and a 4,400mAh quick charge battery.
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