New details regarding the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 6 flagship smartphone have surfaced on the web, suggesting the flagship handset will be offered in two different screen sizes. The smaller version will apparently sport a 5.15-inch display while the bigger one will come with a 5.7-inch display.
The two variants of the Mi 6 could differ slightly in terms of the design as well. While the 5.15-inch variant will feature a single camera at the back, the larger variant is rumored to feature dual rear cameras. Under the hood, both variants will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core chipset. In terms of memory, the 5.15-inch Mi 6 is tipped to pack 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory, while the 5.7-inch Mi 6 Plus is expected to include 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. Both smartphone could boast an 8mm thin profile and a 3200mAh capacity battery, which is slightly disappointing.
Coming back to the camera, the latest leak claims the Mi 6 will use the latest Sony IMX400 camera sensor, although it does not clarify if the Mi 6 Plus will use dual Sony IMX400 sensors or a combination of different sensors.
In terms of pricing, the Mi 6 is expected to start at 1999 yuan ($289) while the bigger Mi 6 Plus will start at 2499 ($360) in the Chinese market.