Mi Mix 3
Mi Mix 3

After the launch of Mi MIX 3 5G at MWC 2019, Xiaomi is now ready to launch the next Mi Mix series smartphone. Interestingly, the Mi MIX 4 is said to come with a 64MP camera later this year. This hint comes from Xiaomi’s Product Director Wang Teng Thomas.

Thomas confirmed via a Weibo post that upcoming Mi MIX phone will come with a camera that is “better than” the 64-megapixel Samsung GW1 sensor. To recall, Realme is expected to launch a device with GW1 sensor, so Xiaomi would not want to stay behind its rival.

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Mi Mix 4 Expected Features

Xiaomi may launch Mi MIX 4 with a yet-to-released sensor. Recently, Qualcomm hinted that a camera sensor of up to 100-megapixel could come this year. This means that Xiaomi could either come with a better and even higher resolution sensor.

Xiaomi may also use a 64MP sensor from Sony to counter the Realme phone with Samsung sensor. Moreover, the Mi Mix is also rumored to have a DxOMark score of 115 points.

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Source: Weibo

Furthermore, as we all know the Mi MIX series has been especially known for its design since the beginning. The recent leak also suggests that Mi MIX 4 will come with major design changes and one of them could be the under display camera, which Xiaomi also teased a few days ago.

Moreover, the handset is expected to sport an AMOLED screen with HDR10+ support and 2K resolution as well as a refresh rate of 120Hz. Previous leaks also hinted that the Mi Mix 4 smartphone will come with IP68 rating for dust and water resistance.

Previously, Realme Mobiles had confirmed that it is working on a new smartphone with a 64MP sensor and the company’s CEO had also tweeted a photo sample from the 64MP sensor. It will interesting to see who will launch the 64MP camera phone first in India.

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