Mate 9, for instance, yet that's still a lot of phone to handle in your palm and pocket. If Xiaomi went with the same edge-to-edge concept , but used a smaller screen panel, we'd wager to bet there would be many more potential customers for the Mix line.These allowed it to fit a 6.4" screen in the footprint of the 6"
smaller Mi Mix was snapped chilling to the 6.4" one, and was said to sport a 5.5" display that will probably be outfitted on a chassis not much larger than your average 5-incher. Today, a source from Weibo has posted a settings screen snapshot of the alleged Mi Mix Nano (apparently that's the codename), which confirms some of the specs bandied about yesterday. The phone seems to be powered by Snapdragon 821, like the Mi Mix, judging from the 2.53 GHz processor frequency displayed, and has 4 GB RAM, as well as 64 GB of storage.
On the software side of things, it sports MIUI 8 plastered over Android Marshmallow, which will hopefully change to Nougat by the time it is ready for an announcement. In any case, it's another intriguing handset from Xiaomi that has more chance to be a harbinger of the bezel-less era that is evidently going to dawn on us in full force next year, when Apple and Samsung are rumored to out their own takes on the edge-to-edge matter.