Xiaomi teases a new smartphone that might come with ASUS 6Z like flip camera design. The smartphone is expected to be launched in collaboration with Meitu, an image editing software company. To be noted, Xiaomi has acquired it last year.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has also confirmed on Weibo that they are working on a new smartphone with Meitu team. The upcoming mid-range smartphone has also been certified by TENAA in China and it is said to be launched as Mi CC9e.
Xiaomi Flip Camera Phone
Ice Universe has shared a teaser image for the upcoming Meitu smartphone.
The teaser shows the back of the smartphone that looks like the ASUS 6Z.
The leaked image of the Xiaomi flip camera phone shows a square-shaped back camera which also suggests that it will flip to work as a front camera.
However, unlike ASUS, Xiaomi may offer three cameras in this setup. There is no detail about the sensors yet, but it is expected that the primary camera could be a 48MP sensor. So, there might be one ultra-wide sensor and probably a telephoto lens as well.
Apart from this, the device can be seen having a gradient glossy back panel. Also, there is no fingerprint sensor visible on the back, it may feature one under the display.
Meanwhile, a new Xiaomi phone with model number M1904F3BC has also been certified by TENAA in China. This is supposed to be the Mi CC9e model. The listing reveals some specifications of the smartphone.
The specs of the Xiaomi flip camera phone may include a 6.39-inch AMOLED screen with FHD+ resolution, and probably without a notch. It might be powered by a Snapdragon 710 or 712 processor and a 4000mAh battery. The certification also confirmed 18W fast charging support. The dimensions of the phone could be 156.8×74.5×8.67mm.
We should know more details about this phone in the coming weeks.