Mi MIX 4 teasers hint at under-display camera and UWB technology; tempered glass leaks out

Mi MIX 4 new features have been teased ahead of launch.

Highlights
  • Mi MIX 4 under-display camera technology has been teased.
  • The flagship is expected to come with the UWB technology, which is a chip for fast and stable transmission of data.
  • Mi MIX 4 is scheduled to launch on August 10th in China.

Mi MIX 4 launch in China is scheduled for August 10th and the company has been pretty vocal about teasing its features on social media. The latest teaser image suggests the device will use UWB technology and the caption reads “new technology, new understanding.” There’s also a silhouette of what is believed to be the Mi MIX 4 pointed towards a TV. It shows the phone will have curved edges. The second Mi MIX 4 image shared by the company teases the under-display camera technology. This should offer a full-screen display experience without any obstructions. It falls in line with multiple recent reports but it remains to be seen how good the picture quality will be.

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Mi MIX 4 teasers

The UWB is a radio-based communication technology for short-range use for fast and stable transmission of data. It is believed to be a more advanced version of Bluetooth in comparison and can precisely locate smart devices up to a centimetre level. This falls in line with an earlier report that said the Mi MIX 4 will arrive with a UWB chip. it should be used by Mi Share, which is its peer-to-peer file transfer service. However, the usage might expand to more products, probably accessories just like Apple and Samsung smart tags.

Mi MIX 4 tempered glass

Separately, an image showcasing the Mi MIX 4 tempered glass alongside the Mi 11 has surfaced online on Weibo. This shows the difference in screen design between the two models. The picture shows the Mi MIX 4 will use a curved screen design, both on the left and right edges. However, the curvature is smaller than that of the Mi 11. On close observation, the Mi MIX 4 screen is shorter and narrower than the Mi 11, which suggests the former may have a compact form.

Also read: Xiaomi Mi 12 now tipped to feature Snapdragon 898 chipset and LPDDR5X RAM