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Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 and Mi LEX to feature a dedicated 'Xiao AI' button


Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 & ‘LEX’ could ship with special ‘Xiao AI’ button

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 and Mi LEX are both rumored to ship with dedicated physical button to trigger the Xiao AI Assistant.

Xiaomi is expected to launch the Mi Mix 3 and a mysterious LEX device soon. While the worldwide web houses a bunch of leaks revealing most of the significant information surrounding the Mi Mix 3, the LEX still remains under the treasure chest. Thanks to the recently leaked photos, we now know that the Mi Mix 3 will have an all-screen bezel-less design with a sliding mechanism that reveals the front-facing cameras.

In a recent development regarding the Mi Mix, a new screenshot has surfaced on the popular Chinese social networking service Weibo, suggesting that Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 and the LEX could be shipped a dedicated Xiao AI Assistant button on the left side.

The Mi Mix 3 and the LEX devices will equip with a dedicated physical button on the left to access Xiaomi’s proprietary artificial intelligence assistant dubbed as Xiao AI. In addition to launching the Xiao AI assistant, the dedicated button will be able to perform a handful of other functionalities too. You can say you queries to the AI-assistant by press-holding the button until the end of the command. By double pressing it, user can also add a customized shortcut.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 will allegedly feature an all-screen notch-less design with 6.4-inch QHD+ AMOLED display. In the camera department, the handset will reportedly packs a dual-lens camera system mounted on the rear panel with a 12+12-megapixels combination primary sensors. As for the selfie snapper, the flagship is expected to feature a 20MP camera and it is expected to support bokeh-enabled portrait mode, and AI-powered features.

As for the brain of the device, the Mi Mix 3 will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 SoC CPU coupled with 6GB/8GB of RAM and two storage options — 64GB and 128GB.

The Mi Mix 3 is expected to feature a massive 4,000mAh battery with Quick Charge 4.0 support and an Android Oreo topped with MIUI skin.

Ronald Delos Santos

Ronald has been a technology journalist since 2012 and was previously reporting for The Centrio Times. He also covered tech industry news in his first job as a reporter with a local magazine, based in Makati.

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