The next flagship of Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has officially been launched in China. Xiaomi has announced its 2017 flagship Mi 6 in China on Wednesday.
After a resounding success of its previous flagships and even the Redmi series. A lot is expected from this phone. As reported earlier, the Mi 6 comes with a stainless steel casing with curved glass on all sides.
The phone sports the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 platform and a dual camera setup. It is the third device after the Sony Xperia XZ Premium and Samsung Galaxy S8 to house this device. It also has an under-glass fingerprint sensor on the front along with splash resistance.
Coming to the full specifications, the Mi 6 is a 5.15-inch full HD display smartphone with 6 GB of RAM and two options of ethier 64GB or 128 GB storage. Xiaomi has also dropped the 3.5mm audio jack from the smartphone like the iPhone. In another similarity to the iPhone 7, it has a dual-front stereo setup. The Mi 6 comes with the latest version of MIUI which runs over Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
The Mi 6 has a dual camera, both 12 megapixel each at the rear and a 8 MP front camera. For the dual rear camera, one is a wide-angle lens and the other is a telephoto lens. It offers a 2x optimal zoom and a 10x digital zoom. And with a dual camera, there is a lot you can experiment with photography. Reports suggest that the rear camera also has an accelerometer and gyroscope data to provide image stablisation.
Speaking of the batter, the Mi 6 sports a 3350 mAh battery. This is however lesser than its Redmi Note phones.
The 64GB storage variant of the Xiaomi Mi 6 is priced at 2,499 Yuan, which is approximately Rs 25,000, while the 128GB variant is priced at 2,899 Yuan (approximately Rs 29,000).
There is also a ceramic version for the 128 GB variant at around Rs 30,000.