Xiaomi could not present the Mi Mix Alpha with its all-round OLED display as planned at the end of 2019 and is now moving the smartphone again – how ChinaTechCity experienced – for an unknown time. The manufacturer had previously announced that it would like to produce its new “prestige object” in a small series from December 2019.
As the manufacturer has told the technology magazine, the company is still planning to launch the product, but is currently unable to make an appointment. This should be submitted soon. The Mi Mix Alpha should actually be sold in China.
The smartphone, which consists almost entirely of a display – the area between the two end caps and the display measures just 2.15 millimeters – combines a SoC of the Snapdragon 855+ type, 5G, 12 GB RAM, 512 GB UFS 3.0 memory and a 4,050 -mAh battery, which can be charged with up to 40 watts via USB Type C, as well as high-quality materials such as aluminum, titanium and sapphire glass with a 108-megapixel sensor from Samsung for a currently unique smartphone.
With its “180 percent” screen-to-body ratio, the Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha should reach retail for the equivalent of around 2,600 euros.