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Xiaomi Mi6X(Mi A2) Leaked, Will house an 18:9 ratio Screen

Recently some case renders of the Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi6X were leaked online and they give us a rough hint about how the smartphone will look like. Today some information about the successor of Mi5X got leaked which tells us a lot about this forthcoming handset. Some images of the device were disclosed and in those, some valuable facts about the smartphone are clearly visible, so without wasting any further time let’s jump to the detailed information about it.

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Xiaomi Mi 6x leaked images
Image showing rear panel of the upcoming Xiaomi Mi6x.
Image courtesy: twitter .com

As per the latest images, the device sadly looks identical to that of the existing Apple iPhone X, some will praise it but copying a design strategy from other brands is not a good step as it hides the identity of that new device. The biggest change one will notice is the 18:9 ratio Full HD Plus Display in the front which will come with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels and as per the rumors it is a 5.7(inch) IPS panel. The device visible in the image is constructed of Metal and has a matte finish.

Xiamoi Mi A2 leaked images
The image is showing the front of the upcoming Xiaomi Mi A2.
Image courtesy: twitter .com

The rear panel is the department where the whole chaos has happened, the first thing one may notice is the vertically arranged Dual-Camera setup which looks exactly similar to what we have witnessed on the well known iPhone X. Other than this a Curvy design is there with a rear mounted Fingerprint Scanner. As per the sources, this device will retain the 3.5mm audio jack unlike the Mi Max 3 in which it is absent. Mi6X might come powered by the Xiaomi’s homegrown Surge S2 upcoming SoC, as per some sources this device will be sold as the Mi A2 outside the Chinese market. For further information related to price and availability, we have wait for the official facts and figures.

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