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Summary
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Display

5.5" (Large)

Full HD, Very Sharp

5.9" (Large)

1080x2160, Very Sharp

5.93" (Large)

1080x2160, Very Sharp

Performance

Octa core

2 GHz, 4 GB RAM

Quad + Quad Core

2.45 GHz + 1.9 GHz, 6 GB RAM

Quad + Quad Core

2.36 GHz + 1.7 GHz, 4 GB RAM

Storage

64 GB

128 GB (Expandable)

64 GB

Non-expandable

32 GB

256 GB (Expandable)

Camera

13 MP (Main)

5 MP (Front)

12 MP (Main)

5 MP (Front)

16 MP (Main)

8 MP (Front)

Battery

4100 mAh

3400 mAh

3340 mAh

Expert Rating

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User Rating

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4/5 based on 158,347 ratings

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General
Launch Date

January 23, 2017 (Official)

January 24, 2018 (Expected)

Operating System

Android v6.0.1 (Marshmallow)

Android v7.1 (Nougat)

Android v7.0 (Nougat)

Custom UI

MIUI 8.5

MIUI

EMUI 5.1

SIM Slot(s)

Dual SIM, GSM+GSM

Dual SIM, GSM+GSM

Dual SIM, GSM+GSM

SIM Size

SIM1: Micro
SIM2: Nano (Hybrid)

SIM1: Nano
SIM2: Nano

SIM1: Nano
SIM2: Nano (Hybrid)

Network

4G: Yes (supports Indian bands)
3G: Yes, 2G: Yes

4G: Yes (supports Indian bands)
3G: Yes, 2G: Yes

4G: Yes (supports Indian bands)
3G: Yes, 2G: Yes

Fingerprint Sensor

Quick Charging

Design
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Dimensions

Height: 151 mm
Width: 76 mm
Thickness: 8.4 mm

Height: 151.8 mm
Width: 75.5 mm
Thickness: 7.7 mm

Height: 156.5 mm
Width: 75.3 mm
Thickness: 7.6 mm

Weight

165 grams

185 grams

165 grams

Build Material

Case: Metal
Back: Metal

Case: Aluminium
Back: Aluminium

Case: Metal
Back: Metal

Colours

Lake Blue

Display
Good
Good
Good
Screen Resolution

Full HD (1080 x 1920 pixels)

1080 x 2160 pixels

1080 x 2160 pixels

Pixel Density

401 ppi

409 ppi

407 ppi

Display Type

IPS LCD

IPS LCD

IPS LCD

Touch Screen

Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch

Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch

Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch

Screen to Body Ratio

72.5 %

78.38 %

77.01 %

Performance
Very Good
Excellent
Very Good
Chipset

Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 MSM8953

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 MSM8998

HiSilicon Kirin 659

Processor

Octa core, 2 GHz, Cortex A53

Octa core (2.45 GHz, Quad core, Kryo 280 + 1.9 GHz, Quad core, Kryo 280)

Octa core (2.36 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A53 + 1.7 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A53)

Architecture

64 bit

64 bit

64 bit

Graphics

Adreno 506

Adreno 540

Mali-T830 MP2

RAM

4 GB

6 GB

4 GB

Storage
Best in Class
Best in Class
Best in Class
Internal Memory

64 GB

64 GB

32 GB

Expandable Memory

Up to 128 GB

No

Up to 256 GB

USB OTG Support

No

Camera
Good
Very Good
Good
Main Camera
Resolution

13 MP Primary Camera

12 MP Primary Camera

16 MP + 2 MP Dual Primary Cameras

Sensor

Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor

Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor

CMOS image sensor

Autofocus

Phase Detection autofocus

Phase Detection autofocus

Phase Detection autofocus

Aperture

2.0 F

2.0 F

Optical Image Stabilisation

No

No

Flash

Dual-color LED Flash

Dual-color LED Flash

LED Flash

Image Resolution

4128 x 3096 Pixels

4000 x 3000 Pixels

4616 x 3464 Pixels

Settings

Exposure compensation, ISO control

Exposure compensation

Exposure compensation, ISO control

Shooting Modes

Continuos Shooting, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)

Continuos Shooting, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR), Burst mode

Continuos Shooting, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)

Camera Features

Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus

Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus

Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus

Video Recording

1920x1080 @ 30 fps, 1280x720 @ 120 fps

3840x2160 @ 30 fps, 1920x1080 @ 30 fps, 1280x720 @ 120 fps

1920x1080 @ 30 fps

Front Camera
Resolution

5 MP Front Camera

5 MP Front Camera

8 MP Front Camera

Sensor

CMOS

CMOS

Aperture

2.0 F

2.0 F

Flash

No

Camera Features

Fixed Focus

Battery
Excellent
Very Good
Very Good
Capacity

4100 mAh

3400 mAh

3340 mAh

Type

Li-Polymer

Li-ion

Li-ion

User Replaceable

No

No

No

Quick Charging

Quick, v3.0

Network & Connectivity
SIM Size

SIM1: Micro
SIM2: Nano (Hybrid)

SIM1: Nano
SIM2: Nano

SIM1: Nano
SIM2: Nano (Hybrid)

VoLTE

SIM 1

4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G

4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G

4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G

SIM 2

4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G

4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G

4G (supports Indian bands), 3G, 2G

Bluetooth

v4.1

v5.0

v4.1

GPS

with A-GPS, Glonass

with A-GPS, Glonass

with A-GPS, Glonass

NFC

No

USB Connectivity

microUSB 2.0

microUSB 2.0

USB Type-C

(Doesn't support micro-USB)

Multimedia
FM Radio

No

Loudspeaker

Audio Jack

3.5 mm

USB Type-C

3.5 mm

Special Features
Fingerprint Sensor

Fingerprint Sensor Position

Rear

Rear

Rear

Other Sensors

Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope

Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Barometer, Compass, Gyroscope

Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass

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Related Questions

  • Which is the best camera phones available in the market?

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    Answered By Jashun Uddin | 5 months ago
    Over the past few years, smartphone cameras have come a long way in terms of picture quality. In fact, smartphones these days have cameras that can put most entry-level DSLRs to shame. With an ever-increasing pixel count and better sensors, smartphones are slowly gaining traction in clicking impressive pictures and videos across all situations, including low-light environments. With the ability to shoot 4k and slow-mo videos finally landing onto smartphones, it might just be the time to bid farewell to those bulky cameras. After all, its often said that the best camera is the one you have with you, and more often than not, it is going to be the snapper on your beloved smartphone. So without further ado, lets take a look at the current top smartphones which come with impressive cameras.

    Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8+ (Rs 57,990 onwards)
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    The all new flagship duo from Samsung the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, have more to them than just their gorgeous infinity displays. Both devices come stacked with 12MP primary cameras, which on first glance might seem a bit too similar to their predecessors, but they actually uses a newer sensor. The primary camera comes with f/1.7 aperture, and is equipped with features like dual-pixel technology and dual LED flash. At the front, the 8MP snapper brings autofocus into the mix, taking the selfie craze to an all new level. Not to mention that the S8 and S8+ are two of the most powerful smartphones available in the market as of now.

    LG G6 (Rs 51,990)
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    With the G6, LG took a U-turn from its semi-modular G5 (review) smartphone. The modular friend accessories are no more, as they paved way for an eye-catching, almost bezel-less metallic design that plays host to a 5.7-inch QHD+ display with an aspect ratio of 2:1. On the camera side of things, the G6 now flaunts dual 13MP cameras at the back. One of them allows you to shoot in an extra wide angle mode, to capture more area without changing your position. The results? The cameras on the LG G6 perform as advertised. The picture quality is great, and the wide angle shots are just amazing.

    If youre looking for a similar setup, but with a secondary display in tow, then you can take a look at the LG V20 (review) which offers 16MP + 8MP dual primary cameras at a cheaper price.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 edge (Rs 42,500 onwards)
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    Given the gains in camera quality of the S8 duo over its predecessor are marginal at best, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge still retain their place in the list of the best camera phones in the market. In fact, the 12MP primary camera and the 5MP selfie camera of the S7 and S7 edge have been tried and tested, and deserve all the accolades they have managed to gather over the past year. The devices pack beautiful QHD displays, Exynos 8890 SoCs and 4GB of RAM, enough to satisfy most users.
    OnePlus 3T

    Rocking a 16MP camera sensor with features like phase detection autofocus, OIS and a bigger pixel count for low-light photos, the OnePlus 3T is, by all means, one of the best camera phones out there. The hype around the smartphone is justified as the device rightfully earns its title of a flagship killer with its performance. Selfie lovers wont be disappointed, as a 16MP front camera awaits their command to snap a crisp selfie.
    Apart from all the internals, it also has a completely revamped design. With a sleek metal unibody and colours like grey, gold and black, it exudes premiumness. If specs are all that matters, then the OnePlus 3T wont fail to impress you as it rocks the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset and is among the very few phones offering 6 gigs of RAM.

    Related read: OnePlus 3T review

    Apple iPhone 7 Plus (Rs 59,999 onwards)
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    he latest and greatest from the Cupertino giant, the iPhone 7 Plus (review), brings in a slew of new features and updates. On one hand, the company has done away with the 3.5mm headphone interface while on the other, the phone has a dual camera setup at the back. The arrangement comprises a wide angle lens to capture more area, as well as a telephoto lens to help in offering up to 2x optical zoom. It also provides an enhanced depth of field, especially with the Portrait mode. And theres something new for the selfie lovers as well, as the company has decided to bump the resolution of the front camera to 7MP.

    Google Pixel / Pixel XL (Rs 52,000 onwards)

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    If a stock Android experience is what youre after, then the Pixel and Pixel XL from Google are what you should be looking at. Interestingly, the duo offers amazing camera performance, and Google didnt wait to reveal the DxOMark rating of the two smartphones, which at 89, is one of the highest any smartphone has achieved till now. The optics are taken care of by a 12.3MP rear camera with 1.55 micron pixels, Electronic image stabilisation (EIS) and PDAF. While the hardware might be last-gen, the Pixel devices are still among the snappiest Android smartphones you can get your hands on.
    Related read: Google Pixel XL review

    Huawei P9 (Rs 39,999)

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    Huawei is a smartphone OEM that has seen unprecedented growth in the last few years. In 2016, the company launched something unique in the form of the P9. Sporting a dual-lens camera setup, the Huawei P9 (review) has 12MP sensors, which features a Leica SUMMARIT lens and a 1.25-micron pixel size for better low-light photography. The dual-camera mechanism promises impressive photos since the P9 combines the RGB shots from one sensor and greyscale photos from the other into one.

    However, if youre looking for a more affordable option with dual cameras, then you can look at the Honor 8 (review), which also comes with dual 12MP rear cameras, and is available at a price of Rs 29,999. On the other hand, the Honor 6X (review) brings dual cameras at an even lower price tag of Rs 12,999 with its dual 12MP + 2MP cameras.

    Moto G5 Plus (Rs 14,999 onwards)
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    While on paper, the Moto G5 Plus may not look like the best camera phone out there, it certainly impresses us with the kind of picture quality it produces. In fact, in our review, we even went ahead and crowned it the title of having the best camera in its segment. At the back resides a 12MP primary camera with f/1.7 aperture and dual pixel technology. There are tons of modes and features bundled along in the software, while basics like focussing and shutter speed are as fast as the blink of an eye. Given the commendable snaps the device is capable of shooting, the Moto G5 Plus deserves a spot among the other big guns in this list.
    Related read: Moto G5 Plus review

    Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (Rs 36,000)

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    The Galaxy C9 Pro from Samsung is a very popular device in the Korean giants portfolio. And rightly so, given the device is the first smartphone from the brand to come equipped with 6GB of RAM, when even the latest S8 duo ship with just 4 gigs of RAM. Keeping that aside, the Galaxy C9 Pro offers a 16MP sensor each at the front and rear. In particular, the primary camera produces incredible depth of field, and captures impressive daylight shots with a good amount of details and clarity. So, if a 6-inch phablet with decent cameras is what youre looking for, the Galaxy C9 Pro might be a compelling option.

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    With so many smartphones focusing on camera quality, there are bound to be quite a few that stand out. One of these includes the F3 Plus (review) from OPPO, which brings the dual camera magic to the selfies, with its 16MP + 8MP dual front cameras. On top of that, the rear 16MP primary snapper is more than capable enough to take some crisp photos.

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    On the other hand, Micromax has revealed its ace in the form of the Dual 5 (review) smartphone. As expected, the phone comes with dual 13MP sensors at the rear, out of which one captures images in normal RGB mode, while the other takes them in monochrome. Other features like a metal unibody design and a fingerprint scanner make the Dual 5 an enticing pick.
  • Which is a better phone between OnePlus 5, Mi Mix 2 and Nokia 8?

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    Answered By www.abhinavrox1234 | 1 months ago
    Oneplus 5 is the better choice because of a great camera and display and performance Nokia 8 and mi mix 2 is best of design and in my Frank opinion if you want a good phone don't take this 3 phones wait for oneplus5t it would be a great purchase or if you can't wait you can take oneplus5
  • How to set custom ringtone on Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 ?

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    Answered By Dia Jaiteley | 2 months ago
    You can either follow these steps to set custom ringtone 
    Steps to set Custom Ringtone on Mi Mix 2
    or you can also refer to the given video :
  • How to enable Google Assistant in Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 ?

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    Answered By Ayushi Veer | 2 months ago
    • First Set the default language as English (united States).
    • Go to Settings > Additional Settings > Languages & input.
    • Go to Settings > Installed Apps > Google Play Services > Uninstall Updates (If you are unable to click on Uninstall updates option then kindly go to Settings > Additional Settings > Privacy > Device administrators > Android Device Manager and disable it and then go to Go to Settings > Installed Apps > Google Play Services > Uninstall Updates).
    • Once you uninstall updates a pop message appears for it will ask for choose backup account, Choose a backup account and sign in.
    • Now go to Play store and update Google Play Services (If you did not find Google Play Services, then simply click on Google app on your phone and it will redirect you)
    • Once the Play Services are updated, then press and hold the home button for some time. You will get Google Assistant on your phone.
    • All set, Done.
  • How to save data pack on Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 ?

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    Answered By Crowny Pillai | 2 months ago
    Disable unnecessary push notifications
    Push notifications can lead to higher data use, especially if you use a lot of interactive apps such as social network clients and messaging services. A number of apps also push promotional content that is not relevant to you.Modern Android devices and iPhone offer ways to disable push notifications through the system settings. You should also set your email to fetch mode and disable push unless you receive critical, time sensitive messages.
    Track data use
    The latest iterations of both Android and iOS allow you to track data usage for individual apps to identify the ones eating up your data allowance. You can even disable background data transfer (data use when the apps are running in the background to perform some task).
    Disable auto-download on WhatsApp
    Most WhatsApp users who're part of some or the other group receive multiple forwards in the form of pictures, videos and audio. When ever you receive these items you also incur data costs. Fortunately, you can choose to disable auto-downloads for all, none or a certain content type whenever you receive a multimedia message. You should ideally enable video and audio auto-downloads only when the phone's connected to Wi-Fi.
    Offline viewing/listening
    Do you watch a lot of videos on the go? Or stream music? Mobile data networks in India don't really offer good bandwidth plus data use is expensive. It's a good idea to subscribe to a paid plan of a music streaming service and sync your songs when connected to Wi-Fi. YouTube also lets you temporarily download music videos from most popular Indian record labels, valid for a period of 48 hours.
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