Mi Mix 2, the successor to Xiaomi's concept phone launched last year, has a 5.9-inch bezel-less display with 2,160x1,080p resolution that offer great colours on screen. Although a few apps and videos look stretched due to the phone's 18:9 aspect ratio, most of them work fine. With the bezel-less display offering a bigger screen estate, the on-screen capacitive keys can be turned off and a quick-ball for screen controls can be activated from the settings. The scratch-proof ceramic rear looks stunning, but attracts fingerprints easily.
Unlike most smartphones in the price range that pack in a dual camera module, Mi Mix 2 features a single 12-MP camera with Sony IMX386 that captures good images. It runs on MIUI8 based on Android 7.1.1, is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor paired with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB onboard storage. The phone performs everyday tasks with ease. But at Rs35,999, without a dual camera set-up, the Mi Mix 2 is a pricey buy.