Another leak has popped up regarding Xiaomi’s Mi 6 smartphone that says that the phone would, in fact, come out in two variants, with one featuring a full HD display and the other one with a WideQHD display.
The leak, discovered on Chinese social networking site Weibo, puts forward a fresh perspective as far as the successor to the Mi 5 is concerned.
Earlier it was reported that the phone would be out in flat and curved screen variants after which news emerged that there would finally be three variants of the phone differentiated by the processor used in them.
Now, this newest piece of information again points towards two, thus corroborating with the earlier one.
According to the latest news, the Mi 6 would have two variants – one with 4GB RAM, 32GB in-built storage space and full HD display and the other with the same RAM, 64GB primary memory, and WQHD display.
Other than that, the post states that the device is all set to feature a 12MP camera on its back with an IMX368 sensor. Up front, it will have an 8MP selfie snapper with the same IMX268 sensor that was used in the company’s Mi Note 2 smartphone.
In tandem with the earlier leak, the smaller one will feature a flat screen while the bigger one would feature a dual-curved one and come encased in a ceramic body and quite possibly would be named as the Mi 6 Pro.