The Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 is coming with an under-display camera, it seems. This information comes from a rather reliable source, Ice Universe. He is a really well-known tipster, and usually spot on with his information.
The Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 will feature an under-display camera, a tipster is certain of it
He seems to be really sure in this particular piece of information, as he literally mentioned he is 100-percent sure of it. In addition to the under-display camera, he mentioned that the phone will likely use a curved display.
Various other new technologies will be used, but he did not go into details. Truth be said, we did not know that the Mi MIX 4 is still in play. Xiaomi recently announced the Mi MIX Fold, so we weren’t sure if the Mi MIX 4 is coming at all.
It seems like it is, and it will be more of a regular smartphone than the Mi MIX Fold. The tipster also shared a concept image of the device, which you can see above the article. This is not a leak, though, so keep that in mind.
We’re not sure when will the Mi MIX 4 launch, but it seems to be coming this year. Based on the history of the Mi MIX series, and the fact this phone will user in some new tech, we’re guessing it will be a high-end smartphone.
The Snapdragon 888 will likely fuel the device
Therefore, we do expect the Snapdragon 888 to be included in the mix. The device will likely have extremely thin bezels, and maybe even uniform bezels, it remains to be seen.
Xiaomi already released several high-end smartphones this year, including the Mi 11, Mi 11 Pro, Mi 11 Ultra, and Mi MIX Fold. It will be interesting to see how will the Mi MIX 4 differentiate from those devices.
Its under-display camera will surely be one of the main selling points, as it will make the phone look far better than most others in the market. Xiaomi has been developing its under-display camera tech for quite some time now.
The company went over several revisions of the technology, and it seems to be ready to use one variant now. We are expecting good results from it, due to the fact this is not technically first-gen tech at this point.