Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 With 5G Support and 45W Charging Certified By the CCC

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A week ago, in the database of the well-known Chinese regulator TENAA, there was a mention of a new Xiaomi smartphone with the model number M1908F1XE, which can work in 5th generation networks. Today, the same Xiaomi 5G phone with the same model number M1908F1XE was certified by another agency, in this case, the CCC. Now, almost no one doubts that it is the new Mi Mix 4.

The China Compulsory Certificate mark documents (CCC or 3C, as is commonly known and well noted) confirm the previously published information that this new Xiaomi smartphone will support a fast charge of up to 45 watts.

Earlier, Xiaomi’s new product director Wang Teng Thomas confirmed that the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 will have a faster charge than the Xiaomi Mi 9, which supports a 27-watt load. For his part, Xiaomi vice president and head of the Redmi brand, Lu Weibing, confirmed that the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 will have a better image sensor than the next 64MP Redmi and Realme smartphones.

Qualcomm currently only uses the Snapdragon 855 and Snapdragon 855+ to support the 5G network with the Snapdragon X50 modem. So one of these processors will definitely be responsible for performance.

Lei Jun, founder, and CEO of Xiaomi Group said 5G + AIoT is the new generation of super-internet. 5G has great promise in the field of the Internet of things. Xiaomi has been introducing new products in this area for many years and has created the world’s largest consumer-level AloT platform, which is likely to catch the 5G wave.

At the moment we can not talk much more about the characteristics of the Mi Mix 4, what we can tell you is that the new Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 is expected to be released this quarter.

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