New report suggests that Xiaomi is working on a compact device
There were the good old days when you could get a handset that packed al the specs of a flagship into a small body for those that love compact devices and the main peddler of such products used to be Sony.
This year, however, they decided to test the market and they deviated when they made their Xperia X Compact a mid-ranger, at best and left those waiting for the small flagship waiting. However, if you still have your money at hand and your waiting on Sony, you might want to start shifting your focus to Xiaomi for a while.
Out of China, there is a new report that Xiaomi has a device in the pipeline and this one would be named the Mi S. We did not get to know only the name on this unit but also, got most of the specs on it, all thanks to materials supposed to be the promotional items of the device.
We cannot say whether these materials and the information on them are true or not but they do look legit enough for consideration.
From the information provided, the Mi S is supposed to be a 4.6-inch device which would pack 1080p resolution into the 2.5D curved glass on top. Under the hood is the presence of a QUALCOMM snapdragon 821 chipsets which is paired to 4GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 128GB. The camera sensors are set at 12MP/4MP and they both combine to pull power from the 2600mAh unit.
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