Xiaomi recently released a teaser that mentioned an April 25 launch event in China. Most of the blogging community assumed that this event would be for the launch of the Mi 6X, and it wasn’t without reason. However, there wasn’t any official confirmation regarding this. Now, Xiaomi itself has confirmed that the event is related to the Mi 6X.
The above teaser is from China’s micro-blogging network Weibo that has 6X written on it. It is written in kind of Morse code style. The appearance of the teaser at this time is a clear indication of its impending launch. As for what he Mi 6X has in store, we’re not short of information.
The most recent report from XDA indicated that the handset would rock a Snapdragon 660 contradicting earlier leaked info. The XDA report is backed by concrete firmware files which pretty much confirm the great processor choice. Further, XDA even confirmed that the TENAA model that appeared as M1804D2SC is surely the Mi 6X. Firmware files obtained by them confirm the D2SC build number. Although there was little doubt about the TENAA listing because of the physical appearance.
TENAA’s declared info states that the Mi 6X will be a 5.99-inch handset with Full-HD+ resolution. The battery is slightly on the smaller side even compared to last year at 2,910mAh. There won’t be a 3.5mm headphone jack, so be ready for that too.
The Mi 6X will succeed the Mi 5X which is also globally known as Xiaomi’s first Android One phone, the Mi A1. It still isn’t known whether Xiaomi plans to follow up the Mi A1 as normally Android One doesn’t have any iterations. For more info regarding the Mi 6X visit the link above.