Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S Hands-on: Iteration Never Looked So Good

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Xiaomi brings an iterative update that enhances what counts in this hands on by Josh, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S.

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30 thoughts on “Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S Hands-on: Iteration Never Looked So Good

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  2. I see the upcoming Iphone being exactly the same phone as this one . Not having a fingerprint reader was the worst mistake Apple have done in quite some time .

  3. Well this is the one to get! At leastif you dont wanna wait until September/October – When Mi Mix 3 is released… 😉

  4. Seeing as the chin is so big on the Mi Mix (not complaining, at least it doesn't have a b****y notch!), I wondered if it wouldn't be better to have capacitive keys there?

  5. So Josh, with all that really nice screen for viewing, how is the sound on the external speakers, Any cost predictions? Thanks Josh

  6. I'm a bit of concerned , as if I have to purchase this model again. Very beautiful design. But that screen is a cheap drawback for this handset. I have the 1st generation of mi mix, the screen just couldn't help to be cracked and chipped from the corners. And it's so costly to be replaced after. What a pity for a such marvellous design of handset!

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