We stopped getting the new Xiaomi Mi Mix smartphone in 2019, it looks like the line is missing, but rumors suggest that MI Mix 4 It’s really coming soon – and new performers are realizing that it can make the same mistake MI11 Ultra.
Shared via tech site MyDrivers (But apparently from a Weibo user, judging by the watermark), these MI Max 4 renders offer what the phone looks like. There is no front camera, flat display, four rear cameras and a large secondary screen. Snap with a pinch of salt, because we don’t know where they’re from, but they’re just as good on the phone.
In the Mi Mix 4, there’s apparently no front-facing camera, but that probably doesn’t mean that the phone will use an under-display camera under the Xoomi phone – instead, it’s possible that the rear camera selfies Be used for , The back display lets you see what you look like.
The biggest headline feature here is the rear display, a feature XUMI used in the M11 Ultra in the past, which includes a rear view finder for the camera in this phone, as well as a way to control music and view notifications. Can also be used.
The Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 is likely to be a mid-range phone, so some may be excited that a feature of the Premium M11 Ultra could come in a low-cost handset. But we are not.
Learning from the Xiaomi Mi11 Ultra
In the Xiaomi Mi11 Ultra, the rear display with the phone was a big problem – which was the biggest – and the main reason is that we only scored three and a half stars out of five in our review. What
The rear display on this phone was housed in a large camera bump, which was stuck a long distance from the main body of the device (and all three cameras were also attached). The collision made the handset extremely uncomfortable, so it would not flatten on tables, barely fit in a pocket, and prevented matters from doing enough to protect the device.
On top of that, it was really easy to hit by mistake, so we often accidentally leave music tracks unintentionally.
Keep in mind, the Xiaomi Mi11 Ultra was a very expensive phone, possibly part of a secondary display that set it apart from the overall experience of using the device. Needless to say, we did not want to increase.
If the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 had to include the same rear display, the Mi11 Ultra would fall into the same trap, except for the phone’s Niazi, who turns the tide.
Sure, with software updates the rear display could turn into a useful addition, and the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has been promising more and more with updates – but so far, the phone hasn’t received much. Minor updates have not been able to bring features that rapidly improve the phone usage experience. Therefore, we do not believe that the rear display of MI Mix 4 will be significantly different.
Keep in mind that this information comes with sketch presenters, so we are by no means confident that the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 will have a rear display. But if the phone comes with this dubious extra feature, we will now need to work overtime to impress.