The Xiaomi Mi 6 popped up on GFXBench a few days ago, under the codename Sagit and now it receives a fresh leak, in the form of HD renders. The flagship is expected to debut on April 15th at the earliest and last we heard it was coming with a 5.15 inch display with Full HD resolution.


Of course it’ll also have a Quad HD version, a version with curved edges and a Mi 6 Plus model is in the cards too. The renders show an iris scanner upfront, as well as a big Home button with fingerprint scanner, reminding me a bit of the one from the Moto G5, at least format-wise. This flagship clearly has a curved edge glass back and a dual camera, which is rumored to also bring 5X optical zoom.

It’s not very clear if Xiaomi is going to keep the audio jack or not, since we can’t see the top and bottom of the phone. I’ll remind you that this model is rumored to pack as much as 8 GB of RAM in some higher end version, but it’s very likely that it will just come in 4 GB and 6 GB flavours. Expect a metal frame in the mix, a Snapdragon 835 processor and the latest MIUI.

I’m surprised we haven’t seen a hands on video yet.

via Gizchina

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