Xiaomi Mi MIX Dual Display: The First Images From a Patent Appear

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Xiaomi is constantly filing for patents on smartphones that will either become a specific product or be made in the desk drawer. But with the introduction of Mi MIX Alpha, we can hope to see more and more futuristic Xiaomi phones in the future.

Today we’ve got another drawing of a camera that first floats on an Apple product, along with the asymmetrically placed secondary display. As shown in the Xiaomi patent outline, the front of the phone uses a full (notch-free) screen that is not as holey as the Redmi K30. There are only two sensors on the front of the phone, no front camera found.

On the back of the phone, you can see a rear main camera unit in the upper left corner. This “camera island” contains four cameras symmetrically with a round front lens. Just like that…. Yes, it is similar, but there are actually 4 cameras, not just 3.

There is a small square screen with a rounded corner in the upper right corner of the back that we can use for selfies. The flash is located in the middle of the two units, probably with at least a double LED design. The fingerprint reader is expected to be an in-screen solution.

The drawing has the inscription “MIX” on it, expect more MIX models in 2020, probably all 5G capable. The name of this device is expected to be the Mi Mix Dual Display. There is no information on when the phone will be available.

Earlier, the CEO of Xiaomi Lei Jun stressed that all the phones he will release next year at a price above $285 will have 5G support. He also added that at least 10 5G smartphones are scheduled to be announced next year and the affordable phones will be available in the first half of the year. But, apparently, most of these phones will sell for at least $342.

Read Also: Redmi K30 5G Will Launch In December – Xiaomi CEO Revealed

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