Xiaomi Mix 4 Under-screen Camera Display Effect Problem Solved
Recently the industry is rumored that Xiaomi will release a new MIX series in the second half of the year, positioned as a regular flagship, named Mi Mix 4, a real iteration of the series upgrade. Recently, digital blogger Ice Universe revealed that Xiaomi Mix 4 uses a normal dual-curved display instead of a quad-curved one.
The above-mentioned quad-curved surface is the design of the Xiaomi 11 series, theoretically higher cost compared to the hyperbolic surface, but some users have expressed some discomfort with the four corners of the “discordant” black edge.
Dual-curved is a good way to avoid this problem while being able to narrow the left and right black edges, but the visual is somewhat ordinary, not four curved visual impacts high. The blogger also drew a MIX 4 rendering and said it was the closest one to all kinds of MIX 4 renderings.
Generally speaking, the screen display area above the under-screen camera has the problem of reduced resolution, and we can clearly see the difference between this part of the screen display and the screen as a whole, just like opening a screen in the front camera part, which is also known as the “screen effect.” This time, Xiaomi solved the problem of the screen effect of the under-screen camera, bringing a true full-screen display effect.
In addition, the under-screen camera is also a highlight of the MIX 4, and now it is almost confirmed that the machine uses this technology, and does not affect the selfie, and no display effect. Unfortunately, sources say it is still not possible to take into account the high screen quality and under-screen front camera, so the machine screen only supports a 1080P level of resolution.
The latest news is that in addition to the under-screen camera, a blogger recently said that the machine will also be expected to debut the new MIUI 13 system.
Core configuration, Xiaomi MIX 4 will be equipped with Snapdragon 888 Plus in addition to the built-in 2430mAh dual-cell (rated at 5000mAh), which is expected to support 120W wired and 80W wireless charging (there is also news that 70W).