“While there is no way to tell if the information provided is legit just yet, MIUI 11 launch has been expected to launch for some time”
Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 is long overdue, and there are rumours and leaks about the flagship all over the place. While we’ve come across a fair deal about the handset so far, there’s still a lot more to know, including its official launch date. Now, Xiaomishka, who is usually reliable with leaks, has claimed that the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 and MIUI 11 will be launching in the brand’s home soil, China on September 24th. While there is no way to tell if the information provided is legit just yet, the MIUI 11 launch has been expected for some time.
Presentations of smartphones in September:— Xiaomishka (@xiaomishka) September 3, 2019
4.09 #honor20s #HonorPlay3
5.09 #realmeQ series
5.09 #Huawei #Enjoy10Plus
10.09 #iPhone11 series
16.09 #vivo #NEX3
19.09 #HuaweiMate30 series
24.09 #MIUI11 #MiMix4
26.09 #OnePlus7t series
The recent specifications leak claims the Mi MIX 4 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC paired with 12GB RAM, up to 1TB storage, and UFS 3.0 flash memory. The handset is expected to feature quad rear cameras with 108MP primary sensor, coupled with a 16MP secondary snapper, a 12MP sensor and a periscope lens. A 4,500mAh battery with 45W wired fast-charging and 30W wireless fast charging is expected to fuel the phone, which would be faster than Mi 9’s 20W, as teased recently. The Mi MIX 4 is also said to have Quad HD+ curved display and pack a ceramic build. A 5G variant of the Mi MIX 4 is also rumoured to be in the works for quite some time.
On the other hand, MIUI 11 is the brand’s next-generation operating system that was also in the development for a while. The company’s product director and experience chief recently hinted that the custom skin will be launching soon and would be marketed as a “new unique operating system.” The new OS is also said to optimise and modify the way it presents advertisements. Xiaomi is also said to be planning on introducing a switch in the system tools to disable ads. MIUI 11 is also tipped to be lighter and faster than previous versions. Since the said launch date is still a couple of weeks away, we should know more soon.