Mysterious Xiaomi Berlin and Dipper smartphones spotted on Geekbench

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S leaked photos reveal an almost bezel-less front and dual rear camera setup

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S leaked photos reveal an almost bezel-less front and dual rear camera setup

One of the rear sensors is supposed to be the Sony IMX363, featuring PDAF, OIS, and 4K video recording.

As per the leaked photos that have surfaced on Weibo, sourced by folks at SlashLeaks, the Mi MIX 2S will continue the charm of sporting a thin-bezel display from its predecessors.

Last year, the Xiaomi Mi 6 was launched in April but this year we can expect the Mi 7 to be unveiled in June as the company is prepping to unveil the Mi Mix 2S to the market ahead of its major Mi flagship model.

Keeping the premium specifications in mind, this leak probably hints at the next Xiaomi flagship listing.

According to GizmoChina, the firmware leaks of the Mi Mix 2S reveal that the selfie camera will be placed on the bottom bezel on the front of the phone. As far as its imaging capabilities are concerned, the phone is expected to offer a dual-12MP camera setup at its rear.

If you believe the test results, the device used is not yet officially presented the Snapdragon Qualcomm 632 development. Thus, it's possible that the Dipper may be the Xiaomi Mi 7. It shows the device as having an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and 6GB RAM running on Android Oreo.

Note that Xiaomi is among the five largest suppliers of smartphones.

The back of the Mi MIX 2S appears to have a glossy appeal, which is likely to be glass panel - supporting wireless charging out of the box.

While its official launch is just a couple of weeks away, Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S has been leaked again in some live photos that point towards the presence of wireless charging support. Since it will be a first dual-camera equipped MIX series smartphone, it will also be the first to offer an ability to capture images with background blur.

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