Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 has been spotted on the web and could be launched in September in China. It pursues the Mi Mix 3 which was declared a year ago in October, and which is ostensibly Xiaomi’s most premium smartphone.
According to a Chinese tech explorer site from china,we gathered some information about Xiaomi Mi mix 4.The leak first appeared on weibo with a mi mix 4 picture.
An occasion was engaged around the as of now discharged 64MP Samsung ISOCELL GW1 sensor that will advance toward a Redmi smartphone, Xiaomi additionally dropped a secret for an up and coming Mi series smartphone which will be the first device with a 108MP sensor from Samsung. This sensor produces pictures with an incredible resolution of 12,032 x 9,024 pixels.
Leaked specification of Mi mix 4
Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 could be controlled by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ chipset which comprises of a overclocked octa-center CPU @ 2.96GHz. The SD855+ is a somewhat changed SoC for better gaming execution and eager for power undertakings. The leak expresses that this setup will be matched with 12GB of RAM and upto 1TB of UFS 3.0 storage options.
The smartphone is expected to include a curved screen with a 2K (2048 x 1080 pixels) resolution. It could likewise have a 4,500mAh battery available to its with help for 30W quick charging. All things considered, the smartphone is perfect with remote charging arrangements given that the ceramic design makes an arrival.
The photos going with the leak demonstrate at a triple camera arrangement on the back. This incorporates a primary 108MP sensor, 16MP ultra-wide lens and a 12MP Periscope lens.
Details of the front camera of Mi Mix 4 are still under the wraps however we wouldn’t be astonished if Xiaomi settles on a spring up camera setup. The Mi Mix 4 is additionally expected to be one of the first smartphones to keep running on MIUI 11.
The leak additionally makes reference to that the Mi Mix 4 backings NFC and will reintroduce a 3.5mm sound jack to the lineup.
Well,let’s see that when Mi mix 4 launch.Either on September or at the end of 2019.