THE Xiaomi is investing more and more in launching new foldable devices of its own, after the launch of the Mi Mix Fold, the manufacturer would be developing a model inspired by the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 and Motorola razr. This supposed model of the company had some details leaked and should come with the best hardware available it is a price compatible with high-end non-folding models.
Information about the new device was published by the famous leaker Digital Chat Station, however, he did not say which device he would be talking about, but, according to the portal SparkChronicles, the information is about a new device from the Chinese giant.
According to the rumor, this vertical folding smartphone from Xiaomi should come with a chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen1, one 120Hz flexible screen is 50MP 1/1.5” main camera. THE “Mix Flip” from the company must present a very light and thin look and its price must be compatible with the high-end non-folding models.
Device should work similarly to the Galaxy Z Flip3 / Credits: Samsung Disclosure
If the leaker is right about the price of the model, it must be quite competitive in the market and already be released with very powerful hardware for a maximum price of $1,000. This value is still quite considerable for a cell phone, however, if you compare it to devices like the future Samsung Galaxy S22 and the possible new iPhone 14, this price makes the Chinese company’s model quite competitive.
Unfortunately the leaker does not inform when the Xiaomi should release the new “Xiaomi Mix Flip”, but in the coming weeks new information about the device should start to emerge. Another issue pointed out by SparkChronicles is the fact that the manufacturer may launch the device only for the Chinese market, but that’s also something we’ll have to wait to be sure.
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