Earlier this week we reported that Xiaomi has announced two new smartphones
, Mi 5c and Redmi 4X in China. With the launch of 5c, the fastest growing Chinese mobile manufacturer debuted their new in-house processor the Surge S1. Even after all these new releases Xiaomi has planned to launch its flagship smartphone named as Xiaomi Mi 6. At the Geek Park Innovation conference on January 15, Xiaomi’s co-founder and vice president Li Wanqiang referred Xiaomi Mi 6 as a “surprise product” and it will be unveiled next month likely on April 16 and sale will start anytime in May2017. Xiaomi Mi 6 Features:
- Display: Flat/Dual
- OS: Android 7.0 Nougat
- RAM: 4GB/6GB
- Internal Storage: 128GB/256GB
- Connectivity: 4G VoLTE, WI-Fi, Bluetooth, Hotspot, etc.
- Color: Black, White, and Blue
- Xiaomi Mi 6 Price: 4GB RAM variant priced at 1999 Yuan (approx.19, 682) and 6GB RAM variant priced at 2499 Yuan (approx. 24,605).
According to sources the Xiaomi Mi 6 will still be the first domestic smartphone sporting the Snapdragon 835 chipset. The Mi 6 is claimed to be a 4K screen with a resolution of 4096 X 2160 pixels that will give a pixel density of 700 ppi. The Mi 6 will come in two variants - one is 4GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage capacity. Interestingly, Xiaomi Mi 6 will come with a dual memory SD card slots
with expandable memory of 128GB and is coupled with a 4GB of RAM. Apart from this, Chinese smartphone maker
has substituted the fingerprint sensor with the iris or retina eye scanner. Now moving towards the most interesting part that attracts the smartphone users is camera. According to leaked reports, the optics department will feature a 23-megapixel shooter at the rear end along with a 7-megapixel front-facing snapper for the selfie lovers. Unfortunately, we don’t have exact details about the capacity of battery. Talking about prices Xiaomi Mi 6 is expected to be priced at 1999 Yuan (approx.19, 682) for the 4GB RAM variant and at 2499 Yuan (approx. 24,605) for the 6GB premium variant.
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