Xiaomi has been one of the most popular names when it comes to the world of smartphone technology in the recent times. The company has been around the markets of technology for a good few years, and has quickly risen up the ranks to be known as ‘Apple of China’. They have a massive user base in India and China, and are now looking at the international markets too. In latest news related to Xiaomi, leaks have indicated that an all-new Xiaomi Mi 6 smartphone is coming out in the next few weeks.

At this moment not much is known about the specifics of the launch of this smartphone, but we do know that it will not be launched at the MWC 2017 event, but in China. There are no details as to why Xiaomi will not launch the Mi 6 at the MWC, but it is likely that Hugo Barra’s departure was one of the reasons.

The Mi 6 is expected to release in two variants – a standard variant featuring a full-HD screen and a premium variant featuring a quad-HD screen. The premium variant is also speculated to support Google Daydream View VR headsets. In addition to that, both the variants of the Mi 6 will run on the Android Nougat based version of the MIUI. There’s still some speculation on the processor, and it is not certain if the phone will run on the Snapdragon 835 or the Snapdragon 821.

A special edition ‘ceramic’ variant of the Mi 6 too, is expected to launch. The phone is likely to run on 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage space. Xiaomi’s gen next Mi smartphone is all set to be priced in at affordable rates compared to other major smartphones. It will be interesting to see Xiaomi release this device! Stay tuned with us for all the updates.

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One of the earliest contributors to Droidmen, Harun has been a part of our website right since the inception. A Chartered Accountant by profession, his true passion has always been technology. He has been an active member of several Android forums over the years and is particularly fond of Android Wear devices.

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