Chinese technology giant Xiaomi is currently working on the launch of its unique smartphone, Mi Mix 2. Rumors and speculations regarding the upcoming smartphone have emerged online, time and again and have given the fans a vague idea as to what exactly can be expected from the Mi Mix 2. On the basis of these leaked reports and renders, it is safe to assume that the upcoming smartphone will most probably pack a bezel-less display – the same as what its predecessor, Mi Mix smartphone featured. The most recent-leaked of the smartphone, however, revealed that the upcoming device looks a lot like Samsung's recently-launched Galaxy S8 smartphone.

Specs and features

According to a report published by Giz China, the latest leak regarding the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 smartphone reveals that there is a LED flash located right below the camera sensor. Moreover, there's also a fingerprint sensor located next to the camera sensor. This design is quite similar to the one that is spotted in Samsung's latest Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones. What is strange to observe is that there is no front-facing camera visible in the alleged render of the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 smartphone.

Bezel-less display of the smartphone

The Chinese technology giant is probably planning something different with its smartphone – however, what exactly they are planning is quite difficult to guess.

What is certain is that the upcoming flagship smartphone will come featuring a full-screen display. The device will be bezel-less by nature and the home button will most probably be embedded under the display itself. Unfortunately, there are no other details apart from this available for users at the moment.

According to the previous leaks, the upcoming smartphone is expected to come powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 processor along with Adreno 540 for graphics.

On the storage front, the upcoming smartphone is expected to offer either 6GB or 8GB of RAM. The upcoming flagship display size is expected to be as large as 6.4-inches. However, this information has not been confirmed by the company as yet. Therefore, readers are advised to take the information with a grain of salt. Apart from this, the upcoming smartphone is heavily-speculated to come running on Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system with MIUI 9 skin on top. The Chinese technology giant is expected to take the wraps off its smartphone towards the end of this year.