This man creates part of Shanghai using only one Xiaomi MIX Fold

Di teardown we have seen many, even spectacular ones like that of Xiaomi MIX 4. But this time we go further, transforming a "simple" disassembly into a work of art. We, figuratively clearly. In fact, it is a Chinese artist who, through the official Xiaomi channel on Weibo, shows us how you can use a Xiaomi MIX Fold for create a world map and a part of Shanghai.

Xiaomi MIX Fold is not only beautiful when "assembled" but also when "disassembled" and the proof is this work of art created ad hoc by an artist ... without words

On the official Xiaomi page on the social network Weibo An interesting video has been published, in which they show us the disassembly of the Xiaomi MIX Fold folding smartphone. The smartphone was disassembled for a reason: to assemble a model of the district of Pudong, which is located in Shanghai. Like? Using its internal parts. Among other things, remember that the tallest skyscrapers in Shanghai are built in Pudong. It is noteworthy that in the open state the smartphone shows part of Pudong, as well as one of the giant skyscrapers and with car models. But that's not all.

After assembling Shanghai, there are still some pieces that previously formed the smartphone. How have they been used? Simple: for create a world map. As with pork, nothing is thrown away. Interestingly, the artist managed to create a kind of effect "mirror of water”Using the special wound plate inside the Xiaomi MIX Fold.

It goes without saying that we do not advise anyone, not even the most experienced, to replicate this experiment. However it is interesting to mention that is not the first time that the brand engages in such a thing. Previously he created a gorgeous one dragon using du Xiaomi Mi 11! Even earlier, the brand had decided to create a giant Mi Bunny with scrap pieces from different Mi 9s.

Via | GSMArena

Gianluca Cobucci

Gianluca Cobucci

Passionate about technology, especially smartphones and PCs. I do my job with passion and respect the work of others.


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