Comparing the new high-rangers: iQOO 8 Pro vs Xiaomi Mix 4


This month, iQOO and Xiaomi introduced two high range smartphones— iQOO 8 Pro v/s Xiaomi Mix 4. Both smartphones cost the same i.e; € 660 (~INR 57,000). Though they share some common specs but still differ in some areas. Here we will emphasize the differences between the two devices based on their key specs and other details.

iQOO 8 Pro vs Xiaomi Mix 4

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Talking about similarities, iQOO 8 Pro and Xiaomi Mix 4 offers an HDR10+ panel with a 120Hz refresh rate that supports Dolby Vision. The smartphone does not allow the user to expand memory but it provides UFS 3.1 type storage with up to 512GB configuration with 12GB RAM.

Underneath the screen, iQOO 8 Pro and Mi Mix 4 run the latest stable channel, Android 11 with OEM’s respective skin. An octa-core processor-based Snapdragon 888+ 5G chipset powers the devices paired with Adreno 660 GPU. A 4,500 mAh battery backs up the handsets with 120W of fast charging support and 50W of fast wireless charging. 

The other similarities include dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2, and GPS connectivity. Alongside, the smartphones have an under-display fingerprint sensor, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and compass on board.

Now that we are aware of the indistinguishable aspects of iQOO 8 Pro and Mi Mix 4, let’s see the non-identical details of the devices. In short, the handsets are at odds in terms of display, camera, platforms, and more. See the table below for a better understanding.

Category iQOO 8 Pro Xiaomi Mix 4
Display6.78 inch LTPO AMOLED
1440 x 3200 pixels resolution
6.67 inch AMOLED
1080 x 2400 pixels resolution
Customized OSOriginOSMIUI 12.5
Rear Camera50 MP wide
16 MP telephoto
48 MP ultrawide
108 MP wide
8 MP telephoto
13 MP ultrawide
Front Camera16 MP wide Under-display 20 MP wide
Connectivity A-GPS
USB Type-C
with dual-band A-GPS
USB Type-C 2.0
Dimensions165 x 75.2 x 9.2 mm162.6 x 75.4 x 8 mm
Weight205 g225 g

We hope that now you can make a smart choice between iQOO 8 Pro and Xiaomi Mix 4. Stay tuned with the GoAndroid team for more information and news about Android.

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