After a period of invisibility the Mi Mix 4 has returned to be talked about. Although most of the news turned out to be false resounding, as we told you about the photos taken some time ago, there were official data on him like i Geekbench scores. This device that many are waiting for has made head on the well-known benchmark portal and has amazed given the numbers, but the doubt remains the same: how will it be done? It seems to have come out a poster, disclosed by Slashleaks, which would show the design of the upper part of the device as well as the date of presentation. According to them the Mi Mix 4 will debut the next January 10 during CES in Las Vegas. But will it be true?
Mi Mix 4: expected debut for the next 10 January?
Let's start by saying that we do not believe it, both for the truthful historical information that the well-known site has, and for the quality of the poster disclosed. It does not seem at all to be an official teaser, but after the release of the data of Geekbench the news could have a fund of truth: about to arrive.
The product launch is planned for the next one 10 January at CES in Las Vegas, the meeting place for all those who thrive in the consumer technology business. Looking at the poster we can see several things: starting from the device itself you can see few curves. Indeed the Mi Mix 4 could present itself with a decidedly square design
Turning to writing, the thing that most indicates the coming of Mi Mix 4 is that "for" in italics. We know how Xiaomi loves to give unclear inputs and this could be an example: "For" and "four" are homophones. The photo on the right then, slightly modified by the leakers team, would seem to show a further clue to the coming of the smartphone in question. Although on the left side it is really hard to notice it, on the right you see a "MIX" sign in the background.
Specifications? Obviously nothing is known and one can only speculate about it: 108 megapixel camera included in a composition quad cam, processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, fingerprint reader integrated in the display... and what else do you think?