DJI Mini 4 Pro Fly app

DJI Mini 4 Pro shows up in DJI Fly app, release soon

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Our team have managed to find resources within the latest version of the DJI Fly app referencing the DJI Mini 4 Pro, DJI’s yet to be released mini drone.

This news comes after the Mini 4 Pro was spotted at the FCC earlier in the month and European pricing was leaked this week.

DJI Mini 4 Pro in DJI Fly

After taking a dig through the latest version of the DJI Fly app’s apk file, version 1.11.4, we managed to find a string referencing the Mini 4 Pro, suggesting a release is very close. Specifically, we found the following string:

The string appears to be used as a reference for the list of drones in the selection carousel in the Fly app. It was found alongside the new DJI Air 3, Mavic 3 series, RC 2, and the rest of the products supported by the Fly app and suggests the code name for the Mini 4 Pro is wa140.

Along with wa140, there is also strings mentioning wa520 and zv902, which both don’t have a product name linked to them. Based on the first two letters, wa seems to relate to the Air and Mini line of drones, with the Air 3 using wa233, possibly the Mini 4 non-Pro, and vz looks to relate to the goggles line-up, with Goggles 2 using zv900, and Goggles Integra using zv901. Two more products DJI is working on?

DJI Mini 4 Pro leaks and specs

As the Mini 4 Pro’s release nears, leaks have surfaced the main features of the upcoming drone, suggesting it will be a substantial upgrade over the Mini 3 Pro, with omnidirectional obstacle sensing being a major new feature, along with 4k 100fps video, 48MP photos, 20km OcuSync range all while remaining under 250 grams.

Interested in how the Mini 4 Pro stacks up to the Mini 3 and Mini 3 Pro? Take a look at our comparison post breaking down the features side-by-side.