It is unlikely that these smartphones will come to the Indian market, considering most Mi flagship devices have stayed away, except for the Mi 4 and Mi 5. That's not now found on many handsets ( not even in China), but soon enough, it will be essentially ubiquitous for the next wave of Android high-enders.
In terms of specifications, Mi MIX 3 5G comes with the same set of features and design as the flagship device. That's perfectly fine, of course, considering the handsome 6.39-inch AMOLED display in tow here, as well as all the other state-of-the-art specifications.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is known for launching full-featured phones with low prices, and the company's event ahead of the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona did not stray far from that concept. As a reminder, the Mi Mix 3 features an all-screen design with minimal bezels and a slide-out mechanism for the selfie cam system.More news: 5 talking points ahead of Wales and England’s Six Nations clash
The phone still retains the other features as its sibling.
Who said 5G phones have to be insanely expensive?This phone isn't a slider like the Mi Mix 3, but at least it's packing a OnePlus 6T-like teardrop notch instead of a hole-punch. We don't understand why Xiaomi didn't do this with the first iteration, but the 3200mAh cell present in the 4G LTE variant of the Mi MIX 3 is bumped up to 3800mAh in the 5G-ready model. After all, the 4G version was already a tad bulky, at 218 grams.
The Mi Mix 3 5G price starts at Euro 599 (roughly Rs.48,300). On the decidedly bright side of things, the upgraded handset's recommended price point doesn't feel as prohibitive as you might expect, starting at 599 Euro, although mum's the word on how much memory and storage you get for that reasonable chunk of cash. It has dual 12MP rear cameras and dual front-facing cameras (24MP + 2MP). So the manufacturer has increased the battery capacity of the Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 5G version from 3300mAh to 3800mAh to ensure sufficient battery life.