Xiaomi’s latest addition to its portfolio, Xiaomi Mi 6X is scheduled to be released in China on April 25. The upcoming smartphone is expected to be released in different RAM and storage variants. The Chinese smartphone maker will be launching top-end variant of the handset with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB of storage, as listed on Xiaomi’s official Weibo page.
The smartphone was first spotted on the Chinese certification website TENAA in the month of March. Courtesy to the visit of Mi 6X on TENAA, we are well aware that the smartphone is made out of metal and will be available in a variety of color options (as depicted in the image above).
The handset is expected to feature a 5.99-inch FHD+ display. The phone powers with an undefined Snapdragon 600 series processor. The smartphone will be available in 4 GB RAM variant with 32GB and 64 GB storage options alongside the top-tier model sporting 6 GB RAM and 128 GB of storage capacity.
In the camera segment, the Mi 6X flaunts a 20MP selfie camera and a rear dual-camera setup featuring 12MP + 20MP sensors. The upcoming device will be backed by 2,910mAh battery and is expected to run on the latest Android 8.1 Oreo with MIUi 9 skin on the top.
It is also rumored that Xiaomi may come up with a smartphone powered with stock Android version tagged as Mi A2. Though the stock Android version is not scheduled to be launched on April 25 and may be released sometime later this year.