Xiaomi took their own time in getting the Mi 5 out in the market, a bit like OPPO are doing with the successor to the Find 7. That said, Xiaomi do seem in the mood to launch the successor to the Mi 5 pretty soon.
According to reports coming in from Xiaomi’s home country, the Mi 6 is planned for a mid-March launch. Previous reports have also suggested that the Mi 6 would be shown off at the MWC 2017 in Barcelona next month.
As you will have read on GizChina before, the Mi 6 is expected to feature a few different spec sets (typical of Xiaomi, usually) — three, to be precise. You can learn more about the variants and the expected specifications here.
The Mi 5 didn’t really turn out to be the stupendous success that Xiaomi would’ve hoped for, which is why word is that the Mi 6 is going to be a very crucial device for Xiaomi if the brand has any expectations from its high-end phones.
In related news, Xiaomi recently launched the Redmi Note 4 in India.