The Mi Max 2 has got a full metal unibody design with rounded edges, that makes it easier to hold. It weighs 211 gram and is 7.6 mm thin. Boasting a massive 6.44inch full HD Display at the front, Xiaomi claims to have designed it to offer a better experience while watching videos, gaming or even while working. It even has a split screen view that can be used to have two apps on screen at the same time.
As far as the design is concerened, the OnePlus 3T looks exactly like its older sibling, and features the same full metal unibody construction, with a slightly curved back and rounded sides and corners. Despite being made entirely of metal, the phone is surprisingly light, and because the back tapers along the edges, it feels thinner as well, making for a device that is very comfortable to hold.
The Galaxy A6+ (2018) is mostly a scaled up A6 (2018) with a dual camera and rounded display corners. Or a Galaxy A8+ (2018) with a dual camera and a metal unibody. In its essence, it's another melange of designs we're familiar with, which is hardly surprising.
In terms of design, it has metal unibody with rounded back edges and the fingerprint scanner is mounted on the rear side of the device. For photography, Redmi 5 has a 12MP rear camera with single LED flash and a 5MP front camera with Selfie soft light. The camera also supports various modes such as Panorama, HDR, Continuous shooting, Face recognition etc. Both front and rear cameras can shoot full HD videos at 30 frames per second. Similar to most of the Xiaomi smartphones, Redmi 5 also comes with IR Blaster that allows you to control various Home appliances such as TV, Set-top-box etc. Other key features are Dual pyrolytic graphite sheets for better thermal performance, Reinforced corners to prevent screen damage, Customized power adapter etc. 2b1af7f3a8