Back in March, Xiaomi began teasing that the successor to the Mi Mix 3 was in development. Since then, we haven’t heard too much on that front but now, the phone has passed through TENAA revealing a few key features.
In the TENAA listing (via MySmartPrice), the 2106118C model number was confirmed, along with two different configurations being made available. When it launches, Xiaomi will offer the Mi Mix 4 with either 8GB or 12GB or RAM, paired with 128GB or 256GB of storage. It’s also been confirmed that Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship will support dual-SIM 5G connectivity.
Surprisingly, not much else was revealed as the Mi Mix 4 acquired its TENAA certifications. However, previous leaks and rumors point to the phone being powered by the Snapdragon 888, along with being one of the next devices to sport an under-display selfie camera.
Xiaomi has been hard at work attempting to avoid similar complications that ZTE faced with the Axon 20 5G last year. This is especially important given that the Mi Mix 4 could sport a 2K display, as Xiaomi is said to be using a “custom display panel”.
Along with a true edge-to-edge design, the Mi Mix 4 is expected to feature a 4,500mAh battery with up to 120W fast charging speeds. It’s also been rumored that Xiaomi will bring the back display from the Mi 11 Ultra and integrate into the Mi Mix 4. But of course, this is just nothing more than speculation, as we aren’t expecting to see the Mi Mix 4 announced until sometime in August or later.