Rumors about the new Mi Mix 4 appeared shortly after Xiaomi launched the Mi Mix Alpha recently. A Xiaomi insider, however, stated that there a Mi Mix 4 won’t be available, and after a short period, he fueled the rumors about a possible launch. We might still get a chance to see the event happening according to recent leaks and rumors.
A photo of Mi Mix 4 resurfaced on Twitter, made it public by a Slashleaks member. It could be seen from the blurry picture a bezel-less device that works with a MIUI system. Details about the device’s camera couldn’t be seen. There was another leaked photo by Slashleaks, which matches the recent leak. It seems that both devices have the same size and without a visible front camera or something else. Rumors might represent a pop-up system, or it might be a so-called ‘under-display’ camera mechanism. This feature is known to be under development.
Some past leaks suggest that MI Mix could come with similar specifications as the Mi Mix Alpha. The Alpha version, launched this year, comes with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855+ processor, which embodies a 12GB RAM. It also has a 2k screen resolution, and a significant 4,500mAh battery powers it. Mi Mix 4 could have all of these specifications and might work some 45W for faster charging, too, or 30W when charged wirelessly.
About Mi Mix 4’s camera, we might expect a 108MP Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX camera. This feature is available on the Alpha version. Moreover, it could come with a 108MP main camera, a 12MP f/2 aperture shooter, and a 16M camera.
While its handset is expected to look slightly innovative, with a ceramic touch, giving it an exclusive feeling, such a feature will help the fast charging. From the leaked photos, we can tell that the device will come with a 4G LTE support, or a 5G later.
Xiaomi didn’t release any official statements yet, but we could expect more from now on, according to photos. It seems that Mi Mix 4 is ready to be launched.
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