Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 release date, specs: Launch event is reportedly set for August
Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 is one of the high-end devices expected to be released this summer, and it appears that the company is planning to host a launch event next month. The device has been recently spotted on certification websites, while more sources have leaked its supposed technical specifications.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 release date
One of the earliest smartphone series to offer an all-screen design is Xiaomi’s Mi Mix line, and its 2021 refresh could launch a few months earlier than expected. Last month, the Mi Mix 4 was one of the unannounced Xiaomi devices that were seen passing through certification agencies in China. This usually hints at the imminent launch of a product, and it has been paired with rumors that the device will be part of an August launch event.
What’s more interesting, though, is that a new leak from Weibo claims (via GizChina) that the exact date of the event where Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 could launch is reportedly Aug. 11. It can be recalled that this is the same widely anticipated schedule for Samsung’s next Galaxy Unpacked showcase where several devices, including Galaxy Z Fold 3, are expected to be unveiled.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 was spotted getting certified by TENAA with the Xiaomi CC 11. Despite these indications and alleged leaks, tech fans should take the reports with a grain of salt.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 specs
On Monday, a Weibo leaker claimed that there is only one version of Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 in the works. It will reportedly sport a 6.67-inch hyperbolic “1080p+” screen. Similar to previous speculations, the tipster said the device will be powered by a 5000mAh battery that supports up to 120W wired and 70-80W wireless fast charging. It could be one of the first mobile devices to have the Snapdragon 888+.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 is also expected to feature Samsung’s 50MP GN1s ISOCELL sensor as its main camera. The 2021 model is reportedly unlikely to sport a secondary screen.
Meanwhile, earlier leaks have also claimed that the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 will use an under-screen camera for its front-facing sensor. Renders have spread online, suggesting that Xiaomi’s under-display camera solution would make the sensor almost invisible.