One of the first clones of Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 has just been launched: VKWorld Mix 2. It is a phone that deserves attention because it is not like other clones which usually have mid or low end specs: it is a device that can almost compete with the original Mi Mix 2, and it is also better in terms of battery. The battery life is one of the biggest complaints of Mi Mix 2 users, at least with the first versions of its ROM. But this new clone has one of the biggest batteries ever seen on a flagship, with a capacity of 5500 mAh.
This means that VKWorld Mix 2 should provide an outstanding battery life, probably it will be able to reach two days of stressed use. The company has not disclosed details about the display, but it is a full bezel less screen just like Xiaomi Mi Mix 2. Anyways, the bezel on the lower side is thicker, indeed there is space for a physical Home key which integrates a fingerprint reader. At its right there is a front camera, and it will allow you to take selfies by putting the phone upside down to make it become like a normal selfie camera placed on the upper side. However, the bezels on the sides and on the upper part seem to be thinner
VKWorld Mix 2 will be released in two configurations: a midrange one with the octa core Helio P25 SoC by MediaTek and a flagship version with the deca core Helio X30. The chipset is accompanied by 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. It is the same configuration as the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 high-end model, except for the SoC because it has a Snapdragon 835 by Qualcomm. On the rear side of the phone there is a dual camera setup as well.