Recently, we’d been hearing that Xiaomi will be launching several smartphones during the third-quarter of the year including the much anticipated Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 and the Mi CC11 series smartphones.
Indeed, these devices have now been certified by the Chinese TENAA authority which hints on their imminent launch in the home market. Although TENAA usually lists the official specs of the certified devices, but it has yet to update it’s database at the moment.
Nonetheless, we did know from earlier leaks that the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 will be arriving with a 6.67” OLED display upfront which comes with an under-display selfie camera just like the upcoming Honor Magic 3 Pro.
On top of that, the phone is also said to feature a triple-cam setup on it’s rear side that’s lead by a 50 megapixels Samsung GN1 primary snapper. Unsurprisingly, the Mi Mix 4 will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 888+ chipset under the hood. Last but not the least, it’s said to carry support for 120W fast-charging as well.
Coming to the Xiaomi Mi CC11 series smartphones, rumors suggested that we will be looking at two different models including the vanilla Xiaomi Mi CC11 and a higher-end Mi CC11 Pro. These devices are tipped to be powered by a Snapdragon 778G/ 780G and Snapdragon 870 chipset respectively.