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Mi Mix 4 Launch Date Set for August 10: Here’s What to Expect

- Updated: 4th Aug 2021, 07:54 IST
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    Mi MIX 4 Specifications (Expected)

Xiaomi has officially confirmed the launch date for Mi Mix 4, which will most likely be the company’s first phone with an in-screen camera. According to the company, the Mi MIX 4 will be launched on August 10 in China. The latest Mi Mix phones are expected to provide improvements over the Mi Mix 3 and Mi Mix 3 5G handsets. At its big August 10 event, Xiaomi will also unveil a few more smartphones in addition to the Mi Mix 4. Some of its latest smartphones and tablets could be among them.

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An under-display camera is expected to be included with the Mi MIX 4. However, because it’s shown to be in the middle of the device, it won’t be a regular under-display sensor. The smartphone is likely to be using three in-display sensors: the selfie camera, the fingerprint sensor, and a light. Smartphones usually have sensors at the top.

Mi Mix 4 Launch Date Set for August 10

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Mi MIX 4 Specifications (Expected)

Xiaomi’s 2016118C model was recently discovered on China’s 3C certification page as well as TENAA. The device’s 3C certification shows it will support 120W fast charging. In addition, the device could offer wireless charging at 70W or 80W.

According to previous rumours, the phone will come with 8GB and 12GB of RAM. Furthermore, both models will come with 256GB of internal storage. Given that it’s one of Xiaomi’s top-of-the-line smartphones, it’ll almost certainly support 5G. Mi MIX 4 could have a 5,000mAh battery.

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The phone’s rear camera system could include triple cameras. Samsung GN1s 50-megapixel primary camera, 48-megapixel ultrawide lens, and 48-megapixel telephoto lens may be among them. Xiaomi might use Snapdragon 888 or Snapdragon 888 Plus to power the phone.

The company is also aiming to overcome the constraints of the under-display camera technology, such as lower picture quality or a less pleasant viewing experience on the display.