Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S was launched around a week ago and just like its excellent predecessor, Mi Mix 2, it marked itself as the company’s new bezel-less king.
The phone came with top of the line hardware paired with an ultra-premium design. Compared to the Mi Mix 2, not many things changed in terms of design and build, however, the Mi Mix 2S has an all-new dual-camera set up on top of Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 845.
Equipped with this year’s big guns, Mi Mix 2S has some neat looking camera samples, take a look at them for yourself. (via GSMArena)
Xiaomi wants to increase the screen area as much as possible and has trimmed bezels as much as it can while keeping sensors and cameras attached to the Mi Mix 2S. The lower bezel is slightly thicker and houses the front camera.
To provide more screen area and add into the bezel-less feeling, Xiaomi even removed native Android navigation buttons and Mi Mix 2S is controlled by lower-screen gestures instead.
A right swipe means back, swipe up for the home screen and recent apps. Unlike home and recent menu gestures, the back gesture triggers its own animation. Here’s how they work,
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