A teaser that was released over the weekend had confirmed that Xiaomi’s next smartphone would be the all new Mi 6X mid-range smartphone. It will be arriving as a successor for the Xiaomi Mi 5X that was launched in July last year. A new teaser released by the Chinese manufacturer on its official Weibo account reveals the new phone in real. Moreover, it also confirms that the rear and front sides of the phone will be equipped with 20-megapixel camera.
As it can be seen in the below, Xiaomi will be announcing the Xiaomi Mi 6X phone through an unveil event at Wuhan University in China on April 25. The poster gives a rear view of the blue-colored Xiaomi Mi 6X. It reveals that its rear panel seems to be made out of metal and it is fitted with a dual camera setup at the top-left corner. The vertically stacked dual cameras resembles with the dual camera setup found on the iPhone X. A fingerprint scanner is also available on the backside of the Mi 6X.
The official Weibo post that accompanies the teaser confirms that a 20-megapixel sensor will be available on the front and rear sides of the Mi 6X. Recent reports have revealed that the frontside of the smartphone is fitted with a 20-megapixel Sony IMX376 sensor while the dual camera setup on the backside includes a 12-megapixel Sony IMX486 sensor and a 20-megapixel Sony 376 sensor. The front and rear cameras of the Mi 6X are expected to offer stellar photography experience as they are expected to be equipped with AI.
The TENAA listing of the Mi 6X has already revealed that it features a 5.99-inch display that produces Full HD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. It could be fueled by Snapdragon 660 that comes with an Artificial Intelligence Engine. It is expected to arrive in 4 GB / 6 GB RAM options and storage sizes like 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB. A 2,910mAh battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0 is expected to power the smartphone.
The Xiaomi Mi 6X is likely to be exclusively available in China. Outside of the home market, the handset may debut as Xiaomi Mi A2 under the Android One initiative. The arrival of the Mi A2 seems imminentas the Mi A1 that was introduced in September last year has been discontinued.
Source: gizmochina, https://bit.ly/2qCPzGP