With Samsung's launch of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ done and dusted for, it's time that we move on. The latest information on the rumor mill relates to the Xiaomi Mi6, due in just a couple of days. The Chinese manufacturer gained quite a bit of fame a couple of years back, with its launch of the Xiaomi Mi4. Since then, things have cooled down for the company once dubbed as the Chinese Apple'. Well, Xiaomi's ready to make a comeback with the Mi6, and the rumor mill is ever eager to provide us with more details on the deice. Today, an alleged hands on video for the smartphone has surfaced. Take a look below for more details.
Hands On Video For The Xiaomi Mi6 Shows Dual Camera Setup With Fat Fingerprint Sensor
Just like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, the Xiaomi Mi6 is a regular feature of the rumor mill. We've got a lot of details for the device, which range from its design, performance specifications and even price. Posted online by a couple of retailers, the Mi6 will provide stiff competition to 2016's flagship smartphones. Xiaomi will launch the device in three variants, two of which will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.
Coupled with the Snapdragon 835, the device will also feature 6GB of RAM. That's a handful of memory which will satisfy everyone's need, regardless of how much performance you demand from your smartphone. Resolutions ranging from 12MP to 19MP have also been rumored for the device's rear camera. Sources also speculate 5X optical zoom and a dual camera setup, which will really make the device a perfect combination of multimedia and performance.
Today's 10 second hands on clip for the Xiaomi Mi6 confirms what we've seen in previous leaks. The device will have a much lighter, rounded design. A dual camera setup will be present at the back and you'll get fingerprint recognition at the front, with an oval sensor. Apart from this, little details can be discerned due to the video's low quality. Maybe the device is also manufactured out of glass, but that's not given for sure.
A glass back with an aluminum frame will depart from the unibody trend that's the 'in' thing in the smartphone world these days/. Given the rumored price points for the Mi6, we're eager to see how the company will balance quality and keep down costs at the same time. Since there isn't much time left until the Mi6 is launch, things will be clear soon. Till then stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below. We'll keep you updated on the latest.