Xiaomi announced the MIX 4 for the Chinese market. The new top model gets a front camera behind the screen, so no notch or hole needed. The device supports 120W fast charging and 50W wireless charging.
According to Xiaomi, the screen area in which the camera is located has a pixel density of 400ppi, which makes it equal to the rest of the screen. The manufacturer claims The camera is invisible to the eye. Adjustments to the pixel design and the use of transparent circles under the pixel should ensure that the camera behind the screen can still take good pictures. The front camera has a resolution of 20MP and can combine four pixels for better low-light performance. This results in 5-megapixel photos.
Xiaomi claims to have invested $77 million in behind-the-screen camera technology so far. The version in Xiaomi MIX 4 is the third generation. The screen itself consists of a 6.67-inch OLED panel with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz, and the panel has curved screen edges.
Inside the MIX 4 is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ soc, Lpddr5 memory, and UFS 3.1 flash storage. The Android device has three cameras on the back. The primary camera uses a 108MP Samsung Bright HMX format 1/1.33″ sensor. It is the second largest camera sensor made by Samsung. It also has a periscope telephoto lens with 5x zoom. – Wide-angle camera.
The Android device has a ceramic casing that is 8 mm thick and weighs 225 grams. The 4500 mAh battery supports 120W fast charging and the battery is full after 15 minutes when using Boost Mode. 50W wireless charging is possible and with Boost Mode the battery is full after 28 minutes.
Versions will be available with 8GB, 12GB of RAM, and 128GB to 512GB of flash storage. The device will be released in China on August 16 and costs at least 4999 yuan. Transferred with VAT, that is, about 796 euros. Xiaomi has not yet announced plans for an international release.
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