It is the company’s first foldable smartphone.
Another day, another foldable. Just today, Xiaomi has officially unveiled the Mi Mix Fold, the company’s first foldable smartphone that bears a similar resemblance to the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Priced at $1,500 (5,500 AED), it’s also not cheap, though that’s still cheaper than what the Samsung Galaxy Fold costs when it was launched.
The display folds inward, with the external screen measuring 6.52-inches with a 2540-by-840 resolution at 90Hz. Open the Mi Mix Fold and there’s a large 8.01-inch OLED display though it only comes with a 60Hz refresh rate. Still, it offers a peak brightness of 900 nits and even supports HDR10+ and Dolby Vision with audio powered by Harman Kardon. There’s no fingerprint sensor on the display, but it has been placed on the side for easier access which makes more sense ergonomically.
It boasts an impressive camera setup headlined by the 108-megapixel primary camera along with the 8-megapixel liquid lens telephoto and the 13-megapixel ultrawide sensor. It has a massive 5,020 mAh double-cell battery that supports 67W fast charging, allowing you to fully charge the smartphone in just 40 minutes.
Other specifications include a Snapdragon 888 CPU with 12GB/16GB of RAM as well as 256GB/512GB of storage. The Mi Mix Fold will of course be sold in China initially, but an international is also being planned.