Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 pricing details revealed, Ferrari Edition possibly in the works

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 pricing details revealed, Ferrari Edition possibly in the works
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2

With recently-leaked live images revealing what is allegedly the final design of Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi Mix 3, new information has now detailed which variants the low-cost brand will be offering, as well as its plans for pricing.

As expected from the company’s bezel-less flagship, Xiaomi once again looks set to offer both a Standard model that will ship with a glass construction and a slightly more premium offering that will boast a ceramic rear. Feature-wise, though, both are expected to remain identical. This means a new design that features uniform bezels all around will be present along with a pop-out camera module up top. Also, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 will be included on the inside along with various storage and memory combinations:

  • 6GB RAM + 64GB ROM: $510 for Standard Edition, $660 for Ceramic Edition
  • 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM: $555 for Standard Edition, $705 for Ceramic Edition
  • 8GB RAM + 128GB ROM: $600 for Standard Edition, $750 for Ceramic Edition
  • 8GB RAM + 256GB ROM: $645 for Standard Edition, $795 for Ceramic Edition

In addition to the models mentioned above, it’s also claimed Xiaomi has plans for a Ferrari Edition of the smartphone that will compete directly against the Find X Lamborghini Edition from Chinese rival Oppo. At this moment in time, it seems unlikely any major spec bumps will be included, although a bump in internal storage to 512GB and a larger battery are both possibilities. However, regardless of this, it’s claimed that the focus will instead be on the design. According to the information, Xiaomi will allegedly replace the pop-out camera module with a front-facing camera that’s hidden within the display – the company will create a display with a circular cut-out for the camera to sit in.

For now, Xiaomi’s next Mi Mix device can be expected to become official sometime in September, although the rumored Ferrari Edition is reportedly still not finalized. Due to this, it’s still possible that the Chinese brand could cancel the variant at any time.

source: AndroidPure



1. TechSceptic

Posts: 1156; Member since: Feb 05, 2018

Ferrari? Damn, their cars are awesome. Other supercars exist, but Ferrari's just set themselves apart regardless. They have a "soul" that other cars don't, as Top Gear usually puts it. I would never pay for one of these brand phones, but that's quite the brand to cooperate with. Well done Xiaomi.

2. biagnosis

Posts: 106; Member since: Nov 19, 2012

Going head to head against Huawei for their Porsche RS and Mate Porsche design phone. These Chinese OEM's have been killing it lately. Well done Xiaomi and Huawei

3. Sparkxster

Posts: 1245; Member since: Mar 31, 2017

They sure are! Looking forward to Xiaomi's US entrance in 2019 and the mate 20 series for this fall.

4. Babert

Posts: 165; Member since: May 08, 2013

i think the most exciting one is the Oppo find X Lamborghini edition!

5. japkoslav

Posts: 1552; Member since: Feb 19, 2017

Wouldn't Tesla branding make more sense? Both uses batteries ;)

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