The Mi Mix from Xiaomi takes the bar of screen-to-body ratio to a new level, after numerous bezel-free devices have popped up in the market earlier. But what are the differences between the “all -screen” phones and average handsets?
To help to shed a light on that, Ulefone has made a comparison of their upcoming all-screen Ulefone MIX respectively with the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and an Android device. Let’s take a look.
Featuring a full display design, the Ulefone MIX achieves a screen-to-body ratio as high as 90.2%, holding it in hand is just like holding a screen. Without interferences from annoying bezels, you could better enjoy the immersive and broader visual pleasure. On top of that, the Ulefone MIX also sports an on-cell display with high optical transmissivity, contrast ratio, fast responsiveness and vibrant colors for a more delightful vision. As the pictures shows, the 5.5-inch display-equipped Ulefone MIX looks much smaller than the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus and 5.5-inch average Android phone, while in appearance it is as big as the 4.7-inch iPhone 8.
Since Ulefone MIX would be released very soon, main specs of it should be unveiled in no time as well and Ulefone promises a very tempting presale price.