Xiaomi introduced the frameless smartphone Mi Mix 2

The gadget has got a frameless screen of 5.99 inches and a Snapdragon processor 835.

The Chinese company Xiaomi has officially unveiled the second generation frameless plantation Mi Mix 2. The gadget has got a large screen, 5.99 inch as well as a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 835.

Novelty is equipped with a ceramic body with gilt decoration, display with a resolution of 2160х1080 pixels main camera 12 megapixel with Sony sensor IMX386 and a front camera of 5 MP.

In addition, the device has received an impressive 6 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of internal.

In this special version of the Special Edition received even more than 8 GB of RAM, but internal memory is limited to 128 GB.

The cost of the basic version Mi Mix 2 is about 507 U.S. dollars, and the top – about 615 dollars. As for the premium version – Special Edition – it will cost 722 USD.

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