3d Phone Magnifier

3d Phone Magnifier
3d Phone Magnifier

However, despite that price, the Xiaomi Mi 3D is not available for preorder. If you’re still looking forward to the Xiaomi Mi 3D, you may want to pre-order the 8GB version before it becomes available for pre-order.
3d Phone Magnifier

The Mi 3D comes in three editions, with the 6th model being a 4GB variant. The 9th model comes with 6GB of RAM. The Zune 2G has 256MB of internal storage.

The 8GB model comes in two models. Its one-year version comes pre-installed with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

What does an 8GB Mi3D have to say?

If you aren’t familiar with Xiaomi, it was just listed to be a mid-tier variant, so it’s pretty unique.

The Mi 3D comes with a fingerprint sensor. It comes in two sizes and comes in 1.5D and 1.5D models
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This compact and versatile phone makes use of a 4K display, but the camera lens is too big to fit under the glass for this experience—so the phone loses a huge proportion of its pixels. Thankfully, the lens is also very good, and not too long after we opened it, the phone dropped to 6.7 inches from 5.6 inches.

This is just fine, but what about if you want an impressive 1080p screen! In the next few weeks, we’ll be testing a 1080p version of Motorola’s Xperia XZ1 Compact, which will go live with LTE for the first time on February 18th, and the Moto X5 will also roll out and take care of the rear camera issue with it for a little while. Let us know in the comments if this is possible, but for now, we’ve seen many promising builds, and we hope you enjoyed the HTC One X Plus X, the first major mobile handset that has all the guts to run the 1080p display of a smartphone:

[Thanks: Dan from Taffy]