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Xiaomi Firmware Files for Mi Mix 2s leaks, Confirms Snapdragon 845 SoC On-Board


Mi Mix 2s is the next ambitious smartphone by Xiaomi, rumours and reports of the phone being completely bezeless ( excluding a notch for the camera in the top right corner) has created a attention by the customers and many people.

Now according to the firmware leaks, pointed out by XDA Developers it is confirmed the usage of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 SoC. As the recent rumours suggested the same, instead of Mi 7 getting the SoC, Mi Mix 2s would be the first to be launched with the chipset.

The firmware leak(codenamed as Polaris) also confirms that the device will run on Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. This could also mean that the phone is Project Treble compatible.

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Additionally, the firmware files confirm Sony’s IMX363 sensor used as the camera sensor for the device, it also confirms the smartphone will have an FHD+ (1080×2160) 18:9 aspect ratio screen. and will have a 3400 mAh battery.

The firmware also points the presence of an AI camera on the Mi MIX 2S that will enable the image sensors to offer scene recognition support.

Further, there were properties for features such as “object tracking”, “automatic HDR”, and “chroma flash” that are expected to distinguish the experience from other Xiaomi devices. These proprieties were disabled at the time of examination by the XDA Developers team, though. Other developments that are discovered within the obtained files include dual-SIM support, an IR blaster, and a notification LED light.

The most recently leaked render posted on Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo even hinted the presence of a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, 8GB LPDDR4X RAM, 256GB UFS onboard storage, a dual rear camera setup with two 12-megapixel image sensors, and global 4G LTE bands.

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