Xiaomi Mi6 Latest Leaked Images

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The official unveiling of the Xiaomi Mi6 smartphone is just a few days away but you don’t have to wait until then to have a glimpse of the upcoming flagship device from Xiaomi because here you can see alleged leaked images of the phone itself. The Mi6 will be available in three variants. Low-end model will feature the MediaTek Helio X30 chipset. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 will power the mid and top-end models. Take a look at the images of the next Xiaomi smartphone below.

Xiaomi Mi6 Leaked Images Show Device With Dual Camera And Slick Design

Dual camera is fast becoming the new hot trend in mobile tech. Most smartphones that have already been launched or will be released in the coming days feature a dual camera setup. Only glaring exception in this regard is the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ lineup, which carries the same Galaxy S7 camera from last year because it’s so darn good that Samsung decided to keep it in its latest devices as well. However, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which is due later this year, is being tipped to feature the dual camera setup. Now back to the Xiaomi Mi6. As you can see in the alleged leaked images, a dual camera can be seen in one of the pictures showing the back end of the device.

Alongside the dual camera lens, the new device also appears to have an impressive design and build quality. These leaked images also confirm previous rumors about the device that we kept on surfacing online. Also can be seen in the leaked images a device with rounded edges and corners that will make it easy to grip and carry around.

As far as the price of the Mi6 is concerned, the rumor mill is predicting somewhere around the $300 mark, but we don’t know whether this price is for the base, mid-range or the high-end model. But if this price turns out to be true along with rumored Snapdragon 835 processor then we are going to have a decent bargain on our hands. So what are your thought’s on this? Do share in the comments section below.

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