Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 Will Be A Foldable Smartphone Much Like The Galaxy Z Fold 2, Leaked Chassis Design Reveals

Mi Mix 4 has appeared on the Weibo website, where the chassis details have been leaked.

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We are already aware of the fact that Xiaomi is indulged in the development of a foldable smartphone, and it has been highly speculated that the handset will be launched under the Mix series this year. Several reports claim that Xiaomi is prepping for the launch of the Mi Mix 4 and earlier today we have spotted the leak renders of the upcoming Xiaomi foldable phone on the Chinese microblogging website Weibo. The alleged Mi Mix 4 has appeared on the Weibo website, where the chassis details have been leaked. Let’s check out more details about this ahead:

Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 Leaked Renders 

The Mi Mix 4 has appeared on the Weibo website, popular tipster Tech Vision has shared three renders of the upcoming foldable smartphone revealing the design. At first glance, anyone can confuse it with the Galaxy Z Fold 2 because the design looks similar. The leaked renders also show the MIX branding on the back of the phone confirming that the handset will be launched under the MIX series. 

At the front, the render has revealed the hinge design suggesting that the phone will be a foldable one. Around the back, the leaked render shows a triple camera setup placed at the top-left corner of the rear panel. We didn’t notice any screen in renders so it would be difficult for us to assume anything about the display. The rest of the details of this upcoming foldable smartphone such as its display, camera configuration, and battery capacity remains to be unknown as of now.

Looking at the renders we can safely say that the smartphone is in its early stage of development and it would be recommended to take this piece of information with a pinch of salt. Back in February, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun confirmed the launch of the smartphone during a press conference. According to Jun, the company is all set to launch the Mi Mix 4 anytime this year.

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