The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, announced in October, is tipped for launch in the UK in the first quarter of 2019, a new report claims. Details about its UK pricing remain unknown for now, though.
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Xiaomi announced today its newest flagship phone, the Mi MIX 3 which aims to set itself apart from the competition with a notch-less display and a slider design that hides the front camera.
A new image has popped up online showing what is allegedly the unannounced Mi MIX 3. The picture appears to show off the back of the handset and could feature a rear-mounted fingerprint reader.
The Mi MIX 3 will make its debut on October 25. While there are still many details that we don't know, the firm has now revealed that it will arrive with an impressive amount of RAM.
A new video has surfaced, giving us a quick look at Xiaomi's Mi MIX 3. The phone looks to have a slider design, meaning that you will have to slide the screen down in order to reveal its front camera.
Xiaomi revealed its Mi MIX 3 last week. Now it is throwing out a new detail regarding the phone, that could make it even more interesting. It has been announced that the phone will support 5G.
The Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 has been seen in various leaks, but today, we get our first official look at the handset, as Xiaomi's CEO showed off an image of the device ahead of its official release.
There are a lot of questions surrounding the unannounced and upcoming Xiaomi Mi MIX 3. But if a new leaked teaser is accurate, we won't have to wait too much longer to find out all the juicy details.
This year is getting a bit more interesting when it comes to smartphone designs. Xiaom Mi MIX 3 is thought to offer a near bezel-less look, a pop-up camera and could even have a dedicated AI button.
If newly leaked images are to be believed, it looks like Xiaomi could be stepping up its design on the next Mi MIX, narrowing the bottom bezel for a cleaner and more refined look.