The Xiaomi Mi Mix 4, which has long been expected to launch soon. The rumor is that it will be launched on 10 August in China and that it is the first Xiaomi device with the ZTE Axon 20/30 under-screen (UD).
The phone was shown in another batch of leaked photographs with a UD camera sensor to demonstrate its full-screen display before its release. The pictures were obtained from the manufacturer of the supplier.
The new-generation UD camera is being said to be used by Xiaomi and the sensor appears to be in the center. The lizards that surround the screen are razor-thin and provide a full-screen immersive display for the phone.
Camera setup: A 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor, a 48MP camera, and a 48MP telephone lens will also be used for the configuration.
Because the phone is fitted with a camera, 2K resolution could not be added. The phone is therefore reduced to 1080p, yet better than usual FHD+ panels are reported.
The Mi Mix 4 may have a curved OLED display with high refreshment rates, Snapdragon 888+ SoC, 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and 512GB of UFS 3.1 according to earlier sources. A 5000 mAh battery with a rapid charge of 120W will be available onboard.
The secondary display on the back near to the camera is another noteworthy detail. This is the same concept as the Mi 11 Ultra but the second panel on the Mi Mix 4 appears to be broader.
The Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 is due to be officially launched on August 10, as noted above.