Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 and Mi Note 3 tipped to ship with Samsung AMOLED display

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2

Samsung is well known for supplying display panels for various companies such as Apple. The latest rumor is that Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 and Xiaomi Mi Note 3 will be integrated with dual-curved AMOLED display manufactured by Samsung.

A popular tipster known by the handle Reviewer_ well-off took to Twitter and shared the information that Xiaomi is gearing up to push Mix 2 and Note 3 for the second half of 2017. Moreover, the handsets will integrate AMOLED curved display manufactured by Samsung. The leaker also revealed that Samsung will continue to supply OLED panels for LG and other companies.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 AMOLED

The collaboration with Xiaomi is a step in right direction for Samsung since the smartphones are sold out like plum cakes globally. Even though the handsets are launched in China initially, the company will release products in India and other countries. Hence, the rumored tie-up is a win-win for both companies.

You should note that the AMOLED display manufactured by Samsung are regarded as one of the best for smartphones. If Xiaomi manages to integrate Samsung display, then users will be able to experience awesome viewing experience. Interestingly, few prototype images of Mi Mix 2 released a few days back looked elegant and pleasing even in bright sunlight.

When it comes to the specifications, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 features a 6.4-inch display coupled with a 2K display. Moreover, the ratio between body and the display is greater than 91.3 percent.

If rumors are to be believed, you can expect the same display as in the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ handsets. It remains to be seen as to how users accept the new AMOLED display panel provided by Samsung. We hope the display will blend nicely with the internal specifications of the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 and Xiaomi Mi Note 3.

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