New Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 teaser video reveals a full-screen design, hinting at under-display camera

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Xiaomi has announced that it will debut its highly-anticipated flagship smartphone Mi Mix 4 on 10 August. One day before the launch, the company released a teaser video that reveals the device with a full-screen design, which might have subtly confirmed that it will indeed feature an under-display camera.

We have been seeing rumours about the Mi Mix 4 being the first Xiaomi smartphone to use the under-display camera technology. From the teaser video, it's clear that the upcoming device doesn't feature any form of notches or cutouts. Therefore, Mi Mix 4 might be the pioneer of the Xiaomi smartphones with under-display cameras that could come in the future.

Other than a full-screen design, the Mi Mix 4 is also expected to be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ processor paired with up to 12GB of RAM. Xiaomi also hinted at the device having Ultra-Wideband (UWB) as an advanced Bluetooth version that uses a short-range connection. With the technology, the Mi Mix would be able to ensure faster and stable data transmission as well as locating other smart devices more accurately.

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