Xiaomi MIX Fold 2 to Reportedly Feature Samsung’s 8.1-inch UTG AMOLED Flexible Display

Let’s take a look at the Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 specs, features and other tipped details.


Xiaomi launched its first foldable smartphone, the Mi Mix Fold earlier this year. The smartphone had a similar folding mechanism to the Z Fold 3. The device came with specs like an 8.1-inch foldable screen, a 6.52-inch cover display, a Snapdragon 888 SoC, etc. Xiaomi kept the device limited to China and did not bring it to other markets. The Mix Fold is likely to get a refresh soon. The Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 foldable smartphone could debut in March, much like the original model. Ahead of the launch, the device’s key details have surfaced online. Let’s take a look at the Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 specs, features and other tipped details.

Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 display details tipped

Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 launch event could take place in March 2022. Xiaomi has not confirmed the launch details at the moment but the device’s display details have leaked online. The Xiaomi foldable phone has the model number 22061218C. According to ITHome, citing various certification websites, the Xiaomi foldable smartphone will come with a Samsung display. It will use the company’s Ultra-thin Glass (UTG) technology, which is claimed to offer better durability and flexibility. Xiaomi is expected to offer the same screen size for the inter foldable phone. This means that the device will have an 8.1-inch AMOLED display.

The foldable smartphone is also said to feature a redesigned, upgraded hinge. Other details of the foldable smartphone remain unknown. However, we can expect it to come with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. It could also come with an upgraded version of the Xiaomi Surge C1 chip launched earlier this year. The device could feature faster charging and a 5000 mAh battery as well.

We can also expect the under-screen front camera technology to make its way to the foldable smartphone series. Xiaomi launched the Mix 4 smartphone with a camera under panel (CUP), which is the company’s moniker for the under-display camera.