Xiaomi is simply a darling here in Asia. With the company aiming to manufacture excellent devices at reasonable prices, Xiaomi has made a name for itself throughout Asia. Xiaomi’s Mi A1 was Xiaomi’s first collaboration with Google to bring a pure stock Android experience to the masses, and they delivered. Dubbed as the Mi A1, the Mi A1 was actually an Android One variant of the Mi 5X that carried the exact same internals and body. Fast-forward almost a year later and fans have started to leak what they could find of its successor, so here it is!
Now before we talk about the leaked image, what’s worth noting is that the leak we reported earlier seems to have some inconsistencies. As usual, leaks and rumors should be taken with a grain of salt until the final release of the device. Here’s the specifications from the first leak of the Mi 6X’s internals that had much more details of the overall device.
Xiaomi Mi A2 / Mi 6X (Rumored) Specifications
- Snapdragon 626 @ 2.2GHz
- 5.99-inch 2160 x 1080 18:9 IPS Display
- 4GB RAM
- 64 GB Internal Storage
- 20MP + 8MP rear dual camera setup
- 20MP selfie camera
- 2910 mAh battery
- Android 8.1 Oreo (out of the box)
- 7.3mm thick / 165g
On the flipside, recently a user has leaked an alleged picture of the Mi 6X’s box that differ from our leak we reported a few months ago. Based off of the latest leak this is what we could pickup of the Mi 6X’s internals.
Xiaomi Mi 6X Specifications (Rumored)
- Snapdragon 660 AI-Enabled SoC
- 3GB/4GB RAM
- AI-enabled 20MP selfie camera
- 20MP rear dual camera setup
- USB Type-C port
While we did not find any information regarding the display and RAM, we would speculate the the Mi 6X would come in at least two variant options, a 3GB and a 4GB variant based off of previous Xiaomi releases.
Additional details that we picked up from the Mi 6X is the fact that there would be a lack of a headphone jack here as well. Inside of the box, Xiaomi would include a Type-C to 3.5mm audio dongle which leads us to strongly believe that Xiaomi’s stance on omitting the headphone jack is solid.
Since the device is supposed to replace the Mi A1/Mi 5X, we should be safe to say that the Mi A2/Mi 6X would retail for around the same price as its predecessors. What’s left to be seen is how the Mi 6X would actually look like considering Xiaomi’s lack of adding an 18:9 display on the Mi A1. Even so, can’t wait to see what Xiaomi has in store for their new device especially with the push of AI on these new devices that we’re seeing nowadays.