Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 4 is its first phone to officially launch with an invisible selfie camera


Xiaomi has finally launched its first phone with a front-facing camera that doesn't have a notch or hole cut out to make room for it.

Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 4 has a full-screen in-display camera that is hidden behind the display. The camera is always on and the user can take selfies by swiping upwards from the lock screen or double-tapping on the screen off the lock screen.

Xiaomi's Mi Mix 4 is their first phone to officially launch with an invisible selfie camera. This means that there will no more cuts on screens for front facing cameras, so you can enjoy the full display.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 is the latest smartphone from the Chinese company. It has an invisible selfie camera which helps it save a whole lot of space on the front side of the phone.

The Mi Mix 4 is Xiaomi’s flagship device that houses all its most cutting-edge innovations. The company had already cut down on bezels with its previous models, but with this phone, it took things one step further and removed them entirely. Therefore, we can say that this is Xiaomi’s first phone to officially launch with an invisible selfie camera.

Xiaomi’s latest flagship is the Mi Mix 4 and it comes with a lot of new features. Apart from the invisible front camera, it's also the first Xiaomi phone to have an in-display fingerprint sensor.

The Mi Mix 4 has a 6.39-inch OLED display that not only curves around on both sides but also fades into the aluminum frame on the bottom edge. The company has also managed to fit a front-facing camera in this all-screen device, albeit hidden behind an IR lens.

The new Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 is now available for purchase at its starting price of $470 for a 128GB version to $670 for a 256GB model.

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