Xiaomi unveiled a host of new products this week, but the one that caught our eye was the Mi Mix Fold, Xiaomi's long awaited foldable. Instead of the reverse-folding prototype we got a peek of a few years ago, the Mi Mix Fold looks remarkably like the Galaxy Z Fold 2. It packs in Xiaomi's premium camera tech, with a 108mp main camera, and most notably, a "liquid lens" 8MP camera. Xiaomi is claiming this uses a fluid-filled lens to shift between a telephoto and macro shooter. Impressive if true, though we'll want to test it. The Mi Mix Fold is debuting at 9,999 yuan, around $1,500, a good deal cheaper than the folding options from other companies, though you may have trouble finding one in the USA.
Xiaomi also announced their more mainstream flagship, and Mi 11 Ultra, which has a small front screen for framing up selfies, and announced their intention to start producing electric cars.
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