Xiaomi is set to introduce its Mi Mix 4 as hinted by a few rumours in recent months. The phone now has the same 2106118 C model number as the prior 3C listing certification from TENAA in China.
The latest TENAA lists indicate that Mi Mix 4 offers 8/12GB of RAM and storage of up to 256GB. The telephone is also connected with dual SIM 5G. Previous reports claimed that a Snapdragon 888 processor and 120W charge will come with the phone. A camera under display and a MIUI 13 are also said to be present. This newest piece indicates that the Mi Mix 4 might be launched next to MIUI 13 in August.
In its first foldable smartphone, Mi Mix Fold, Xiaomi has previously introduced a Mi Mix phone this year. However, it doesn’t seem to be done there.
There are rumors that it will start a flagship Mi Mix phone named the Mi Mix 4 and a leaked TENAA list of points to meaty interiors.
The list lists versions with 8GB of RAM or an extra 12GB of storage + 256GB.
For those who do not know, Chinese TENAA website is comparable to FCC in the USA, with phones that will be launched in China when producers request the certification. It displays typically key requirements and phone pictures.
This years, the company has become an important component of the smartphone industry, owing in part to its Poco and Redmi subbrands.
However, it frequently likes to show up a bit with its Mi Mix selection. The Mix series is famous for introducing new technologies before it gets integrated.
Whether utilizing edge-to-edge displays, wrap-around displays or trying port-free devices, something that distinguishes Mix from Mi’s previous smartphones typically exists.
Exactly what might be the Mi Mix 4, but reports say that could be the first Xiaomi telephone with a camera on display.
There are speculations that we may observe that charging is incredibly fast – up to 120W wired and perhaps 80W wireless – but nothing is proven as with every rumour.
While we’re not sure precisely when the Mi Mix 4 is expected to debut, it is – indeed – a true gadget, and the fact it starts on China’s website implies it isn’t too far away in the future.