Xiaomi Mi 6 may not be coming to Malaysia, but you can still get an imported version of the phone. That being said, someone just took the liberty of designing a render concept of the anticipated flagship, giving us a glimpse of how it might look like based on rumours.
Rendered in two versions - ceramic black and a gray variant, the rendered model looks similarly to the Mi Note 2, the difference is that it seems the Mi 6 would go for the flat screen display instead of a curved edge one from the Mi Note 2. Even so, the bezels on the rendered Mi 6 is ultra thin and hopefully, it would come out like that. On the back of the model, we can also see a dual camera setup module accompanied by a LED flash, no fingerprint sensor seen on the back so we can safely assume that it will be located on the home button.
In terms of specifications, the Mi 6 could sport a Snapdragon 835 processor, 8GB RAM (this is new, it was previously rumoured to be just 4GB), and a new SONY IMX400 sensor for the rear camera with 5-axis OIS (optical image stabilization). And as always, with 3 storage variants this means there will be 3 different prices which are - 1999 Yuan (around RM1281) for the 64GB version, 2299 Yuan (around RM1473) for the 128GB version, and 2899 Yuan (around RM1858) for the 256GB version.
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