It took a while, but now there is a sequel to the Chinese manufacturer’s previous model Mi Mix 3. The sequel is called Mi Mix 4, and was recently presented at the company’s event in China.
One of the biggest news here is what is not visible. The selfie camera has moved in behind the screen, and without a hole in the screen that many other manufacturers have so far used to build in the front camera.
The camera is completely built into the screen and is not visible to the eye, it is simply hidden among the pixels. A special, flexible amoled screen with “micro-diamond pixels” is used, which lets enough light seep through to the camera below. The screen is 6.7 inches large and 400 pixels per inch dense, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
Here is also the latest Snapdragon 888 Plus, a 108 megapixel main camera on the back with a 1 / 1.33 inch sensor, a ceramic back that will reduce weight, and sound from Harman Kardon.
The charge is also impressive. The battery is 4,500 mAh large, and can be quickly charged as quickly as possible with cable in ten minutes up to 80 percent. 100 percent takes 15 minutes.
50 watt wireless charging is also supported. Then a full charge takes 28 minutes, not a shame either.
Xiaomi only mentions the launch in China, which takes place on August 16. The price starts at the equivalent of around SEK 6,700, before Swedish taxes. We have no information about a Swedish launch, but it can be mentioned that the predecessor is sold in Sweden.