The “surround screen” on the Alpha wraps entirely around the device to the point where it meets the camera module on the other side. The effect is of a phone that’s almost completely made of screen, with status icons like network signal and battery charge level displayed on the side. Pressure-sensitive volume buttons are also shown on the side of the phone. Xiaomi is claiming more than 180 percent screen-to-body ratio, a stat that no longer makes any sense to cite at all.
The Mix Alpha uses Samsung's new 108MP Camera co-developed with Xiaomi. As with other recent high-resolution Samsung sensors, pixels are combined into 2x2 squares for better light sensitivity in low light, which in this case will produce 27-megapixel images.
As for the phone’s more traditional specs, there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor, 5G connectivity, 12GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, 40W wired fast-charging, and a 4,050mAh battery. That last spec would perhaps suggest that Xiaomi doesn’t imagine you having the whole screen turned on all the time.
Xiaomi describes the Mix Alpha as a “concept smartphone” and isn’t going to be mass-producing it any time soon. The phone will go into small-scale production this year and go on sale in December for 19,999 yuan, or about $2,800.
This Smartphone design poses obvious issues with cost, durability, battery life, accidental touch recognition, privacy, and so on.
In my Opinion this Smartphone can make many issues to normal Indian Smartphone user.
Price in India:
Xiaomi India head Manu Jain said that Xiaomi will import limited phones from China to India. This will include custom duty charges and other taxes and price will be 20-40% higher in India as compare to China.
The Price of Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha in India can be Rs.225,00 to Rs.300,000 (Expected).