The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has brought a new foldable phone to the global market. This is the company’s second foldable phone, the model of which is Xiaomi Mix Fold 2. Before this last Wednesday, Samsung unveiled its foldable smartphone Galaxy Fold 4 phone.
Market analysts say that Xiaomi has launched new phones to compete with Samsung. Meanwhile, there is a discussion among technology lovers, who will be ahead of the foldable phone.
Xiaomi’s new Mix Fold 2 phone uses Samsung’s Eco2 display. Xiaomi claims that this display consumes 25 percent less battery. It has Samsung’s AMOLED E5 display, which operates at 2K resolution.
When the phone is opened, the 8.02-inch LTPO2 OLED main display will be seen, and when it is folded, the 6.56-inch display will show the AMOLED display. The display will be protected by Gorilla Glass Victus. The display refresh rate of the phone is 120 Hz.
It has Qualcomm’s powerful Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset for enhanced performance. The 12GB RAM phone has two RAM variants – 256GB and 1TB.
Xiaomi’s new foldable phone has a triple rear camera setup
The 50-megapixel main sensor has optical image stabilization and Leica optics. The secondary camera is a 13-megapixel ultra-wide angle sensor, a telephoto camera, which supports 2x optical zoom. It has 8K video recording facility.
Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 of 4500 mAh battery supports fast charging of 67 watts. The 12GB RAM and 256GB ROM variants of Google’s operating system Android 12 can be purchased for 1,340 dollars, 1,28,000 in Bangladeshi currency. On the other hand, the 12GB RAM and 1TB ROM model will cost 1,780 dollars, 1 lakh 70 thousand taka in Bangladeshi currency.
Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 specifications at a glance
Display: 8.02 inch LTPO2 OLED display
Processor: Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor
RAM: 12 GB
Storage: 265GB, 1TB
Back Camera: 50 Megapixels
Front camera: 13 megapixels
Battery: 4500 mAh
Charging: 67 watts
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