The Mi MIX Alpha has an innovative screen that surrounds the body of the phone with a screen-to-body ratio exceeding 180.6 %. The device also features the world’s first 108-megapixel camera and is designed with a unique combination of titanium alloy, ceramic and rubies for a revolutionary phone.
The Mi MIX series began in 2016 when the company introduced the concept of full-screen smartphones where the Mi MIX series was the leader in the screen-to-body ratio that exceeds standard 16: 9 ratios smartphones.
Since its debut, the Mi MIX series has represented innovation at its best as Xiaomi sought to reimagine the contemporary smartphone. In addition to the full-screen display, Mi MIX has also adopted acoustic technology based on electrostatic ceramic support, an ultrasonic proximity sensor and revolutionary interior components.
The screen surrounding the phone body from all sides is the first of its kind in the world
The new phone carries the spirit of exploring the original Mi MIX series when the Mi MIX Alpha illuminates – the front and back of the phone are displayed almost entirely, and the perimeter screen of the Mi MIX Alpha allows a stunning 180.6% screen-to-body ratio.
Behind the phone’s peripheral screen technology is a series of groundbreaking technologies that require a new way to assemble the device. Unlike traditional assembly methods for smartphones, the internal assembly of the Mi MIX Alpha is performed for the first time, while the display, touchpad, and protection layers are positioned one by one, so that all the components of the screen are assembled for the design of a high-curvature Surround Display The internal pressure from bending the screen layers is released layer by layer to achieve a smooth and flat surface, and Mi MIX Alpha also uses a durable protective layer that improves the screen structure.
To implement almost full-screen display technology, Mi MIX Alpha has minimal bezels at the top and bottom and completely abandoned the physical side buttons. An all-new acoustic technology replaces the traditional speaker receiver port and proximity sensor, while the device’s pressure-sensitive sides And take advantage of the longitudinal engine to simulate the touch of real buttons.
A 108 MP camera phone for the first time in the world a new achievement
Mi MIX Alpha features a 108-megapixel camera with the highest resolution, highest number of pixels and the largest sensor in any smartphone – another important milestone in smartphone photography.
The 108-megapixel main camera features a large 1 / 1.33-inch sensor – 389% larger than the 48-megapixel camera. This image sensor is capable of producing 108-megapixel images with a resolution of 12032 × 9024 pixels and supports Super Pixel four in one to produce 1.6μm large pixels in low light conditions. The camera also supports new technologies such as ISOCELL Plus and ISO Smart and is equipped with four-axis optical image stabilization (OIS) to ensure video stability.
In addition to the 108-megapixel camera, the Mi MIX Alpha also has a 20-megapixel wide-angle ultra-wide 1.5-megapixel camera, a 12-megapixel telephoto camera that supports 2x optical zoom and dual-focus PD.
Luxury titanium smartphone with leading 5G technology performance
In addition to the innovative surround display, the upper and lower parts of the Mi MIX Alpha of the frame are designed using space-class titanium alloys. Alloy is three times stronger than stainless steel but has a lower weight. On its back, the protective cover of the camera area uses one piece of sapphire glass and is integrated into ceramic.
On the performance front, the Mi MIX Alpha uses the same flagship Snapdragon 855+ processor as the Mi 9 Pro 5G and supports 5G bands from three major carriers in China. The device also has RAM and a 12GB + 512GB first-class storage and supports UFS3.0. The Mi MIX Alpha is also equipped with a 4050 mAh battery and comes with standard 40-watt fast charging.
The mission of the Mi MIX Alpha smartphone is to create a truly impressive product without taking into account costs and returns, and without considering mass production.