The Xiaomi Play is the company’s first cameraphone adopting a drop panel design. It sports a 5.85-inch screen, which has similar size to the traditional 5.15-inch 16:9 display cameraphone. The display Additionally has a contrast ratio of 1500:1 and a pixel density of 443ppi. There are 3 modes of sunscreen, luminous display, and eye protection. On the back, the handset uses the industry’s initially dip dyeing process to create a Dream blue and Twilight gold gradient effect. By the way, there is also a black variant.
In terms of configuration, the Xiaomi Play is packed with a fresh MediaTek Helio P35 octa-core cpu, what uses a 12nm manufacturing process, and scores above 86,000 in AnTuTu. This result exceeds the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625’s points. Previously, it was rumored this handset will be packed with either the Helio P70 or P90. However as the Xiaomi Play is a low-end product, it’s far more logical to put a inexpensive SoC indoor.
The front-facing 8MP sensor supports face unlock as well as a background blur. On the back, the Xiaomi Play carries a 12MP + 2MP AI dual-camera, what also supports AI portrait mode, background blur, multi-frame noise reduction, and automatic HDR feature. In terms of endurance, it comes with a built-in 3000mAh battery.