Pegged to be unveiled on the 25th of April, the Xiaomi Mi 6X is causing quite the noise with the plethora of leaks and rumors. Adding to it, Lin Bin has revealed fresh new renders and stock wallpapers of the Mi 6X. The renders don’t reveal anything new, but they do throw light upon the naming of the different color variants, which sound like Pokemon, as is the case with almost all manufacturers these days when it comes to naming their phones.
So getting back to the point, the Mi 6X will be unveiled in five different colors, Cherry Blossom Powder aka Pink, Flame Red aka Red, Glacier Blue aka Blue, Sand Gold aka Gold, and Stone Black aka Black. The Black and Red variants will have black bezels up front whereas all the other variants will have white bezels.
Until now, we know that the Xiaomi Mi 6X will feature the Snapdragon 660 coupled with 4/6GB of RAM and 32/64/128GB of ROM under a 6-inch display which will have an 18:9 aspect ratio if the renders and reports are to be believed. The Mi 6X is the immediate sibling to the Mi 6 and analogous to the Mi 5X which then was rebranded as Mi A1 and brought under the Android One program. It would be great to see the Mi 6X be a part of the Android One program by default. And according to a recent report, Xiaomi is looking to integrate more devices in the Android One program.