The alleged Xiaomi Mi 6X is again the protagonist of the rumors, this time thanks to a post on Twitter that shows two live photos of the smartphone. The shots allow us to take a look at the front and back of the device, confirming part of the rumors already emerged in recent weeks, including the presence of a vertical rear camera very similar to that on the iPhone X and the fingerprint sensor back.
The frontal shot, however, gives us little information but seems to confirm the presence of a large display with a ratio of 18: 9, accompanied by two fairly pronounced frames for the upper and lower part of the smartphone, while the side appears to be more contained.
Recall that the latest rumors suggest that the smartphone can be equipped with the new SoC owner Surge S2, which should be presented by Xiaomi during the next MWC 2018, so it is likely that even Mi 6X can be officially shown during an event held from the Chinese company.
For all we know, this Xiaomi Mi 6x would have a Surge S2 processor, signed by the Chinese brand itself, an octa-core with four Cortex A73 at 2.2 GHz and another four A53 at 1.8 GHz and a Mali GPU -G71 MP8, which is the big difference with the Surge S1. Surge S2, according to rumors, should offer performance comparable to those of a Kirin 960 Huawei, so it will be a particularly interesting and performing chip, suitable for a medium-high end device.