Xiaomi Mi 6X Specs Fully Exposed: Classic Mid-Ranger


Xiaomi Mi 6X

The Xiaomi Mi 5X is one of the best mid-rangers. But it’s been out for a while. So the company has to come in with an upgraded model. Fortunately, Xiaomi thinks in the same way. Previously, we have heard too much about the Xiaomi Mi 6X and have seen too many leaked photos. But the one that came our way this morning changed some information we had had before.

Xiaomi Mi 6X

The previous-gen Mi 5X has been designed so accurately and greatly that the manufacturer decided to make its first Google Android One program based on it. As you know, the Xiaomi Mi A1 is the same Mi 5X but runs on a pure Android OS. So there is every reason the Xiaomi Mi 6X will have its sibling in face of the Xiaomi Mi A2 as well. The latter is supposed to be the international variant of the Mi 6X, while the latter should sell in selected countries and markets.

Xiaomi Mi 6X

Well, previously we have heard the Xiaomi Mi 6X should be packed with the latest super mid-range processor in face of the Snapdragon 660. But the leaked picture reveals the awaited phone will sport a Snapdragon 626. This is a less powerful chip, but its presence in this model is more logical. The SND660 appears on the smartphones from a higher level. So the Xiaomi Mi 6X that is going to struggle in the classic mid-ranger market should come with the SND626 to cost more affordable.

Xiaomi Mi 6X

As for the rest of features, the Mi 6X will be using a 5.69-inch full-screen with an aspect ratio of 18:9 and a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. The back is made of metal. And it’s expected to see various color options but the black and red leaked previously.

The memory is optional. The phone should be packed with a 4/6GB of RAM, 64/128GB of internal storage, a 20MP + 5MP (?) dual-camera, a 20MP front shooter, a 2910mAh battery, and Android 8.1 pre-installed.

At last, this handset is supposed to cost 1499 yuan ($238) and it will go on sale in late April.

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17 Comments

  1. Ailan Hidaz
    April 3, 2018

    Who the hell approved of this article? It’s so poorly written that it feels like a child could do a better job.

    • Guest
      April 3, 2018

      Bip. Bip: Troll Alert! I repeat: Troll Alert! This is not a test.

    • Hellvetta
      April 3, 2018

      Please don’t shoot the piano player, he’s doing the best he can.

    • Ailan Hidaz
      April 3, 2018

      I’m not a troll. But I guess since you have read the article and clearly are an expert at the most Basic of English grammar you can oppose my claim of no one proof reading this article right “Fred”?

    • motunrayo olusegun
      April 3, 2018

      Very bad write up. Kept insisting it was the sd625 while the spec sheet said sd626. Very bad write up.

    • Ailan Hidaz
      April 3, 2018

      Thank you for noticing my comment instead of just blindly calling me a troll like some of the other weirdos on this site

    • James
      April 4, 2018

      I totally agree. I find that all the “articles” by Artem are garbage. To be honest, since Andy’s involvement in the site decreased/dropped, this site has gone DRASTICALLY downhill.
      I barely visit here as a result – it’s a shame, it used to be a great site.

  2. Piotr A
    April 3, 2018

    How many times Xiaomi will try to sell same , old hardware based on Snap625 ? I have feeling that Xiaomi is going old Nokia way. Selling hundreds of models which are basically all the same and finally nobody know for who they are. I remind that it had not ended good for Nokia.

    • MBison
      April 3, 2018

      If you look at the picture its based on SD626 which is about 10% faster than SD625. This is not a big enough of an improvement to warrant an upgrade from Xiaomi mi5x imo.

    • Giulio Dainese
      April 3, 2018

      So is it a 5.69″ or 5.99″?

    • facse
      April 3, 2018

      10% faster -> needs 10% more energy, but smaller battery. Nice job

  3. Guest
    April 3, 2018

    So Xiaoimi decided not to put any decent hardware in phones that are still small enough to be used with one hand and cost less than 250$? I guess Mi5 was the last one of those.

    • Guest
      April 3, 2018

      Mi5 had a 720p screen, the real last one was Redmi 4 Prime, a 5″ phone for less than 150$. I guess phablets are cheaper to produce than smaller devices.

    • LifelessNewt
      April 3, 2018

      Mi 5 was 1080p screen, one of the best lcd screen I ever had.

    • Guest
      April 3, 2018

      Oh I was thinking you meant the 5A. I didnt think the 5 ever cost that low.

  4. motunrayo olusegun
    April 3, 2018

    Gizchina it is sd626, you have the poster there. How hard was it for you to mix sd626 with sd625?

  5. greg
    April 4, 2018

    There´s no point in this, so disappointed ,the 5x had the same SoC , theres no real advance here. I guess Xaomi just have tons of SD 625(6) in stock and they don´t know what the f**k to do with them, not even a 636 in this model Xiaomi ,really?.