Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 rumoured to feature an under display camera and 120W fast charging

A growing number of speculations imply that the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4, the successor to the Mi Mix 3 is on the way. As the firm’s first 5G-enabled handset, the Mi Mix 3 was unveiled in 2019. A recent leak from China provides some further information on the Mi Mix 4’s price, primary selling point, and display.

The Snapdragon 888 processor and a 4,500mAh battery are expected to be among the headline features of the Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 4 5G. This Chinese smartphone is also reported to include 120W wired fast charging, which was first revealed with the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra smartphone. The firm boasts that charging the phone’s battery to full capacity takes only 23 minutes.

According to the leak, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 will come with a specifically designed high-resolution display that has a greater display effect than the 1080p screen instead of a 2k+ resolution. The Chinese handset is also said to include a four-frame, totally equal-width design with an under display camera that will provide excellent viewing. The handset’s additional characteristics are still unclear at this instant. In the following days, additional information on the subject is expected to be revealed from the firm.

The leak does not, however, reveal the phone’s precise pricing. It basically proposes that the forthcoming Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 will be more expensive than Xiaomi‘s current top smartphone, the Mi 11 Ultra. The 12GB RAM + 256GB internal storage variant of the Mi 11 Ultra costs Rs. 69,990 in India. If we look at the price of Mi 11 Ultra, we can expect the Mi Mix 4 to go for more than Rs. 70,000.

If this is the case, the handset would be well worth it in terms of features. Also, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 will compete with smartphones like the Apple iPhone 12 and the Samsung Galaxy S21, owing to its bespoke high-resolution display and top Processor. Furthermore, this Chinese gadget is expected to be launched by the last Q3 of this year.

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