Yesterday, during its latest major event, Xiaomi introduced today's most affordable 5G smartphone (Mi 9 Pro 5G) and a new 'concept smartphone', the Xiaomi Mi MIX Alpha. However, the millions of fans of the "MIX" family expected a smartphone that was available to all users, not an experimental project.
As I mentioned yesterday, Xiaomi would have a lot to lose if it had actually "crossed the list" Mi MIX 4, as MIX Alpha clearly cannot present itself as a substitute. Many users were waiting for the launch of the new smartphone from the MIX line to consider switching smartphones.
Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 May Not Just Be a Mirage
Unfortunately, the news we have has not been revealed by the manufacturer or one of its executives. Still, it was the well-known leaker IceUniverse who stated in his Weibo Chinese social network account that the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 will even be presented soon.
Importantly, this leaker has proven time and time again to be an extremely credible source for leaks. Therefore, I fully believe that the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 will even eventually hit the market.
The Chinese manufacturer has a terrific track record in applied strategies. It would make no sense to miss this golden opportunity.
What can we expect from the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4?
The leaker has not revealed any details about possible Mi MIX 4 specifications, only leaving the possibility to maintain the impressive 108MP sensor released on the MIX Alpha.
However, the secrets should come only with regard to their design and screen size.
Since it will be a high end, it should feature an AMOLED screen with integrated fingerprint reader. Certainly the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor would be responsible for its performance, backed by at least 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory.
In the photographic segment, it would be interesting to see a module identical to the one present in Mi MIX Alpha. Therefore, we can expect a 108MP main sensor, a 20MP secondary sensor and a 12MP third sensor. No doubt this setting has everything to ensure high quality photos and video.
One of the big questions is what will be the best approach for your front camera. With no rear panel display, it seems that Xiaomi will have to decide between notch, punch hole or pop-up camera.
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