Once again, Xiomi has proved that you need to do the basics right to get a rich quality, feature packed phone as long as you are not expecting out of the box features.
Here are some of the pros and cons of Xiomi Mi Mix 2:
- Great available features
- Good Performance
- Ceramic Design
- Selfie camera is an awkward position
- Lacks water resistance
- No wireless charging
All screen, all the time was the philosophy behind the Xiomi Mi Mix and naturally, the expectations were at another level with the launch of Xiomi Mi Mix 2.Let us see how this smartphone performs:
The smartphone comes with 5.9 inch LCD display which makes it easier to handle (grip). The phone doesn’t slip despite the ceramic body which is unique. Xiomi for quite a while chooses to opt for ceramic phone bodies which offer a different angle of visualizing smartphones.
Xiomi Mi Mix 2 has 5.99 inches 18:9 screen. The 1080*2160 pixel display makes watching videos and reading text-heavy documents an enjoyable experience.
The internal specifications make this phone outperform. The Snapdragon 835 goes well with either 6 or 8 GB RAM. The storage doesn’t become an issue anytime despite the lack of microSD card slot. Performance of the phone is top notch even when you are engaged in playing games.
- Battery Life
Battery life is a bright spot when it comes to Xiomi smartphones. Also, getting back the power isn’t a big deal with Quick charge 3.0.
The camera experience isn’t too pleasing as compared to its competitors. The camera is a bit too narrow for anybody’s liking with uncomfortable camera placement. In short, the camera is quite average considering the fact Xiomi is working hard on other aspects to win distinguished customers.
To Xiomi’s credit, this smartphone does the things right – great display, fantastic performance, and good battery life. The only worrying factor is the cameras – the front camera is placed in awkward position and that cannot be easily forgiven considering the tough competition prevailing in the existing market.
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