Yes guys, we’re here once again to talk about Xiaomi Mi 6. It’s one of the most anticipated smartphones for us all (and you I bet) so every new bit of information we get has to be sent to you instantly don’t you think?
New rumors today reveal that the Mi 6 will probably come with a new improved Sony IMX400 sensor, a next-gen CMOS that usually Sony keeps for its own flagship models! If this is the case then it would be really surprising and it would mean that Xiaomi and Sony have made a multi-million dollar deal in order for this to happen.
According to the same rumors we also learn that the most awaited Chinese model will probably come in two variants with different display sizes: one with a 5.15-inch display and a larger one at 5.7-inches for those of you out there who prefer a larger viewing area. Apart from their display sizes, these two models will also have several differences in their design, with the larger model packing a dual camera setup on its back.
Nope, don’t leave we still have more rumors on the matter: the Xiaomi Mi 6 is expected to be really slim (8mm), packing a 3200 mAh battery inside. It will be available in 4GB RAM/32GB ROM option, and another 6GB RAM/64GB ROM model that will be called Mi 6 Plus. Both versions will be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 SoC and their price tags should be at ¥1999 (~$289) and ¥2499 (~$360) respectively.