This handset has popped up on the organization's official site, also it includes 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, making it equal to the most effective version of the standard Mi MIX 2S handset.
This means those who are using the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S can get the preview version of Android P that "will provide you all the features needed to improve the compatibility and development of your application for the next version of the Android".
This goes to show that Xiaomi is pegging the radically designed and ceramic-clad Mi Mix 2S more as a piece of art, and why not, the original Mi Mix 2S was so artsy that the Parisien Centre Pompidou Museum decided to add it to the museum art collection when the phone was launched in March this year.
The Mi Mix 2S is among the lower-cost devices eligible for the Android P developer preview. It features a 6.0-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with an 18:9 aspect ratio.
Readers must note that this preview or Beta version is not the final update and they may face issues in case they are planning to enroll in this program.
On the photography front too, it's the same dual rear camera setup at the back with a combination of two 12MP camera - a 12Mp wide-angle Sony IMX363 sensor with f/1.8 aperture and a 12MP telephoto lens with 2X optical zoom. The handset kept on the left seems to resemble the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S. The dual camera system comes loaded with a portrait mode, 4-axis OIS, a 1.4-micron pixel size and dual-pixel AF with hardware-level noise reduction. The phone is already available in China for about $520 and will be available soon in Xiaomi's other markets.