Xiaomi could be close to the release of a smartphone with a 4K OLED display. At least, this is what suggests a certification from the Chinese body TENAA. It would not be the first time a device with such a panel arrives on the market, but we can safely say that so far they have been a rarity. From the high end up, we can say that today the “golden standard” is 2K, or 1440p, or QHD, as you prefer to call it. Virtually only Sony has gone further, already from 2015 with Xperia Z5 Premium, and then in the following years up to the present day with Xperia XZ Premium, Xperia 1 first, second and third generation, and Xperia Pro.
It is not clear what smartphone it is. The code name is 2109119BC, and from the rest of the leaked spec sheet, it looks high-end device. Unfortunately, as always, that fundamental piece that is the SoC model is missing. The database only records the maximum operating frequency of the CPU, equal to 2.4 GHz, but it is a data that does not tighten the field sufficiently. In any case, these are the significant data that can be extrapolated:
- 6.55″ OLED display, curved, 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160 pixels)
- SoC with CPU @ 2.4 GHz
- 6, 8, 12 or 16 GB of RAM
- 64, 128, 256 or 512 GB of internal storage
- Triple rear camera
- 4,400 mAh battery
- Measurements: 158.34 x 71.5 x 6.98 mm, 166 g
- OS: Android 11
The photos are very dark, but they offer some interesting clues; especially if you play around with brightness and contrast a bit in Photoshop. The front camera seems to be positioned in the center at the top, thanks to the “Infinity-O” style perforated display; while the main/rear module looks like three cameras – one very large main and two smaller auxiliaries. Very similar, it must be said, to the very fresh Xiaomi Civi.
It is worth mentioning that the Chinese company Xiaomi has recently officially unveiled the Civi smartphone, in the creation of which the main emphasis was on the design and functionality of the cameras. The device is aiming primarily the young audience. It has a 6.55-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 × 2400 pixels, it’s a panel with a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz.
It is good to keep in mind that TENAA is not always infallible and that some inaccuracies have occurred in the past on the compilation of the technical sheet; we are waiting to understand what it will be. What do you think about it?