Published: Mon, February 25, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Xiaomi Unveils Mi Mix 3 5G - Lowest Cost 5G Handset

Xiaomi Unveils Mi Mix 3 5G - Lowest Cost 5G Handset

Xiaomi has chose to give the Mi Mix 3 5G a very competitive price.

We don't have an exact release date for the Mi Mix 3 5G, but the company has said it'll be out around May 2019.

First shown off in China in December, the 5G version of the Mi Mix 3 carries the same ceramic body and aluminum frame, magnetic slider with the front-facing camera and sensors accessible once you slide the display down, 960fps slow-motion video, and Google Assistant button as its namesake.

It gets even more impressive with a Snapdragon 855 inside, which is necessary to add that hyped 5G capability. Will you be interested in picking up the Mi Mix 3 5G? The company is also having 5G partnerships with Three, Orange, Sunrise, Telefonica, TIM, Vodafone, with more coming soon.

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Those specs are pretty much the norm for flagship smartphones these days, but where Xiaomi shines is the price: The Mi 9 costs 449 euros ($509) for the 6/64GB version, and 499 euros ($566) for the 6/128GB version.

Under the hood, the Mi Mix 3 5G is powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor and the X50 modem. Xiaomi says the new system has been certified safe by TÜV Rheinland and announced three 20W wireless chargers to use it with: a 20W Mi Wireless Charging Pad, 20W wireless auto charger, and a 10,000 mAh wireless power bank. The handset goes on sale in Spain, Italy and France with pre-orders starting from today with sales beginning on February 28. The Mi MIX 3 5G sports upgraded specifications while boasting the same premium design as the previous iteration.

We're talking up to 10 gigs of RAM, 128 gigs of internal storage space (to start with), and just so you don't need to worry about the Snapdragon 855 SoC running too hot during your intensive gaming sessions or while you download stuff at insane new cellular speeds, you also get a dedicated "hybrid" cooling system capable of sustaining your handset's "peak performance". Taking a jab at other telecom trials which have been seeding a fake 5G logo to users, Xiaomi called it "real" demo.

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