Xiaomi said it has a smartphone with a screen-to-body ratio greater than 100%, the company was not kidding.
My Mix Alpha
It has a screen that wraps almost the entire body of the phone, with an incredible screen-to-body ratio of 180.6 percent (Yes, the measurement makes no sense when used like this, but this new phone is so cool that we will let it pass).
Xiaomi calls this the surround screen. The Mi Mix Alpha screen has small bezels (only 2.15 mm) on the top and bottom, and is wrapped around the sides of the phone and throughout the back, except for a vertical strip that houses the cameras.
To make this work
Xiaomi used an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor on the screen, acoustic screen technology (which means that the screen also works as a speaker), pressure sensitive sides (because there are no side buttons) and incorrect touch detection technology (I sincerely hope it works well because there will be many accidental touches on this thing).
It is almost as impressive as the screen. It has a 108-megapixel main sensor, along with a 12-megapixel telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom, and an ultra-wide-angle 20-megapixel camera.
The rest of the Mi Mix Alpha specifications are also quite good: a Snapdragon 855+ processor, 12GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, 5G support, a 4,050 silicon nano cathode battery and a 40W fast charge.
108MP camera with the highest resolution.
Ultra-wide 20MP camera that supports 1.5cm super macro photography.
12MP telephoto camera that supports 2x optical zoom and Dual PD focus.
The phone frame is made of "Aerospace grade titanium", while the strip on the back is ceramic. The screen, which looks quite fragile when exposed in this way, is protected by a sapphire crystal.
And while Xiaomi calls the Mi Mix Alpha a conceptual phone, it will be produced as a limited edition device, available in December with a price of 20,000 yuan ($ 2,815).