As the whole shebang comes with a pretty adequate and affordable price tag (around $320 for the 16GB model and roughly $400 for the 64GB one in China), probably a quite large crowd of potential buyers will be eyeing it with desire over the following months, hoping that it will eventually make its way outside of China, Singapore, and the several other local markets. We are on the exact same bandwagon, too.
Well, we don't know if or when that might happen, but just came across a disassembly of the device, which allows us to peek below back cover of the Xiaomi Mi 4, which is swappable (you can check out the available covers in the gallery at the beginning of the article). The usual suspect – iFixit – is not responsible for this teardown. Alas, this does not prevent us from carefully examining each and every bit of silicon. Check the disassembly yourselves below.