There is a single camera on the back - the same a 12MP Sony IMX386 module, identical to the primary camera on the Xiaomi Mi 6 back and features 4-axis OIS. The phone got a mp shooter with a f/2.0 aperture and a dual-LED flash. The features are lower but good enough to use for work and productivity.
Apart from the looks, the phone features a 5.5 inch full HD display with 403 ppi pixel density and 94.4 percent NTSC colour gamut. The limited edition comes with a ceramic body in contrast to the metal body on the regular variant.
The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 will be making its debut less than a year after the release of the Mi Mix.
Xiaomi has not revealed any information regarding these phones yet. A 3400mAh battery powers the smartphone from within and is coupled with the Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 fast charging technology. The Special Editon of Mi Mix 2 with ceramic body costs 4699 Yuan ($721). The device will cost $510 for the 64GB variant, $560 for 128GB variant and $620 for the 256GB variant. The phone runs Android 7.1 Nougat with MIUI 9 over the top. The design is more similar but, most importantly, features that were once seen only on high-end devices are trickling down the line, reaching mid-rangers and entry-level options. These include 6GB RAM/64GB storage at CNY 3,299 (Rs 32,000); 6GB RAM/128GB storage at CNY 35,999 (Rs 35,000 approximately); and 6GB RAM/256GB storage at CNY 3,999 (Rs 39,000 approximately). In all likelihood, the new aspect ratio might also help achieve better ergonomics.
Check out full specifications of the Mi Note 3. The device is powered by a 3,400 mAh battery which is considerably smaller than the previous generation Mix's 4,400 mAh battery. It has 128GB of built-in storage and a massive 8GB of RAM. It has a 16-megapixel front facing camera. The 6GB RAM/ 128GB inbuilt storage variant in Black is available at CNY 2,899 (around Rs 28,000).
As we can see in the above images the smartphone will be retailed in a simple black box with minimum text up front.