Xiaomi Mi 6X will be launching on April 25 with 18:9 Display it will be launch globally as Mi A2 | MI Band 3 also launching soon

Xiaomi caught the smartphone industry by surprise when it announced that it was teaming up with Google over an Android One phone. The Mi A1 turned out to be a fantastic phone in the budget segment, offering a great design, powerful specs, and pure Android. The phone itself was a rebranded variant of the Mi 5X with Android One instead of Xiaomi’s MIUI.

The buzz around the Mi 6X is fairly high, given that fact that the handset will be pitched as a mid-end smartphone.  Xiaomi Mi 6X is going to look a lot like the Mi 5X, with the antenna lines visible on the top and bottom edges of the phone. Like the company’s existing Mi Note 5 Pro, the Mi 6X will feature a vertically stacked dual camera on the back. Expect the Mi 6X to be available in a number of colour options

While Xiaomi’s official teaser has confirmed some of the details, the leaks on the Internet have revealed everything else about Xiaomi’s next mid-ranger. The Mi 6X will sport a Snapdragon 660 SoC along with 4GB/6GB of RAM along with 32GB/64GB/128GB storage. The rear camera setup is expected to sport a 20MP + 8MP setup, whereas the front is destined to be dominated by a 20MP selfie shooter. The Chinese model will be running MIUI 9 based on Android 8.1 Oreo. However, the Indian variant is rumoured to be the Android One based Mi A1 (2018)/ Mi A2.


Mi Band 3

the company is also expected to introduce Mi Band 3 at the event. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun was seen wearing the Band at the Black Shark Gaming Phone launch event last week. The Mi Band 3 is expected to come with a large, full-touch 2.5D curved glass display and get rid of the physical button. You just need to slide the screen up and down to view time, heart rate and steps, instead of pressing the button. Xiaomi is also expected to introduce Mi Router 4 at the event. We should know more details in the coming days.

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