Xiaomi is preparing an annual flagship model. On the afternoon of June 9th, leaked the news that this flagship of device model 2106118C has obtained a radio transmission certificate, further clearing away obstacles for its official debut. Surprisingly, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 also supports UWB ultra-wideband transmission technology.
Apple first released UWB on the iPhone 11, and the first Android release was Samsung Note20. UWB uses very short pulses (less than 1ns) for wireless communication. It has the characteristics of strong anti-interference ability, high transmission rate, low power, and high accuracy. It can be used for indoor high-precision positioning, Internet of Things device interaction, file transmission, and other applications Scenes.
Of course, back to the phone itself, there is speculation that this annual flagship will belong to the MIX series, using under-screen proactive technology, up to 200 watts of wired fast charging, and equipped with a higher frequency Snapdragon 888 Pro processor.
We know that Xiaomi launched the third-generation under-screen proactive technology last year, and this technology has reached mass production commercial standards. Xiaomi’s third-generation under-screen camera technology adopts a new self-developed pixel arrangement, allowing the screen to pass light through the sub-pixel gap area so that each unit pixel still retains a complete RGB sub-pixel display without sacrificing Pixel density. Of course, it is expected that the more advanced fourth or fifth-generation technology will be used on this annual flagship.
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