Two Separately Leaked Xiaomi Mi6 Images Show A Dual Camera And Aluminum Frame For Device
It's no surprise that Xiaomi's got a device waiting to be launched this year. The company's Mi lineup is due a big upgrade and 2017 just might be the time for it. 10nm processors will become the norm for manufacturers and Xiaomi's also rumored to take advantage of this fact. The company's Mi6 is rumored with both the Snapdragon 835 and the Snapdragon 821. Today, we've got two alleged images of the smartphone for you. Take a look below to find out more.
Leaked Xiaomi Mi6 Images Show Aluminum Frame And Dual Camera Sensor
Not a lot of details are available for the Mi6. Current leaks suggest a 5.2 inch screen for the device. Sources also expect that the company will introduce a 2.5D display on its flagship smartphone. This will follow the trend of this year's flagships, as side bezels for the screen will be non-existent. Now, rumors related to a dual camera setup on the Mi6 have started to increase in number. Just yesterday we saw a couple of case images which promised the feature for the device.
Today, we've got two actual, leaked images of the device. If they turn out to be authentic, then the Xiaomi Mi6 will resemble Apple's iPhone 4s in design terms. While the first image isn't that clear, the second is. It shows an aluminum frame for the Mi6, with a glass back. In both the images, at the top left you'll see a dual camera sensor. It's a feature that's already surfaced for the Mi6 in earlier leaks.
Other specifications for the Xiaomi Mi6 include 4GB of RAM and a 19MP resolution for the rear camera. Of course, if the rumors about a dual camera bear fruit, then we're going to have two different resolutions for the device. Xiaomi is also rumored to launch two premium smartphones these year. One of these, launched early, will house the Snapdragon 821.
The second, launched later on, will house the 10nm Snapdragon 835. Price tag for the Mi6 is rumored to be absurdly low. Current information pegs the device with a sub $400 price tag. If that does turn out accurate and Xiaomi launches the Mi6 with the 835, the device will be an instant success. After all who wouldn't want a Snapdragon 835 smartphone that costs below $400? But such a move, given the Mi6's other alleged specifications is highly uneconomic. Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section. We'll keep you updated on the latest.