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New leak on Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 mentions 100MP camera and 90Hz display

10 September 2019 0

It has been into speculations for a long time now that Xiaomi has a phone with a massive 108MP to launch. And now a new tip found on Weibo reveals nothing new. Reported by CNMO, it's stated that the smartphone will have a waterfall display, something that Vivo NEX 3 is also rumored to come with. The leaked specifications by the source also tell that the device will come with a 90Hz refresh rate.

Previously, we heard, the Mi MIX 4 is going to have 108MP camera which is Samsung’s latest sensor recently launched for OEMs. But the latest tip emphasizes on the 100MP camera.

Following the report further, it’s stated that the Mi MIX 4 will have a full-screen display experience as the selfie camera is housed in the pop-up mechanism. The device is also tipped to come with a 40W fast-charging support. But it’s not confirmed if it’s going to be the wired charging or wireless charging source.

Most of the key details on the Mi MIX 4 are out but we are still looking to get insights on other important aspects as well, including the price and availability.

Well, we may not know about all the features of the Mi MIX 4, but going through all the details which are available, it’s safe to say Xiaomi is making this device an interesting offering.

There are so many other rumored phones as well which may come with 90Hz display. Since OnePlus has launched its OnePlus 7 Pro with a smoother display, other companies have joined the bandwagon as well and now it appears, Mi MIX 4 is the new device to join in.



New leak on Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 mentions 100MP camera and 90Hz display
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