Xiaomi Mi 6 sans front home button leaks in live renders

Posted February 25, 2017

The leaks have focused on the front of the display and may shed some light on the display of the new Xiaomi Mi 6.

Late last month, Xiaomi confirmed that the company will not be present at the MWC event that is scheduled to take place between 27th of February to 2nd of March.

Coincidentally, alleged live images of the Xiaomi Mi 6 have leaked online through the Chinese Twitter-equivalent website, Weibo. Moreover, the front Mi logo is also missing as seen in the images and the design revealed here is not inline with the earlier spotted leaked images. The Mi 6 is one of the most anticipated phones this year, and so far we have only heard about the device through the grapevine.

The photos of the new Xiaomi Mi 6, if they are the real deal, do not show the brand name of the device in question.

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The Xiaomi Mi 6 is likely to ditch the physical home button as indicated by the renders, suggesting that the smartphone may feature touch sensitive control with onscreen buttons, similar to those rumored to be present on the impending Samsung Galaxy S8. The screen size looks to be somewhere between 5.2-inches and 5.5-inches, while the operating system shown looks to be a new MIUI skin. When reached for comment about whether the MI MIX will be making it to other markets that the UEA, Xiaomi was quick to confirm that this will indeed be happening.

Chinese upstart Xiaomi is expected to release its next generation of flagship phones this year.

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The device will boast 12-megapixel rear camera with Sony IMX386 sensor instead of 22.5-megapixel in the Mi Note 2. The first variant will be equipped with Helio X30 SoC and will carry a price tag of about 1,999 Yuan which is approximately Rs 19,757. Both the variants are said to feature OLED panels with 2K resolution.

The Pro variant of Xiaomi Mi MIX had a 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The Mi 6 will run on Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box and will be powered by a 3,000mAh battery.