- The new images show off a silicone case of Xiaomi Mi 6X
- The handset seems to carry a vertically-aligned camera like the iPhone X
- The fingerprint scanner is expected to be placed on the rear side of the device
Not a day passes when some new buzz doesn’t cross the users’ ears with respect to Xiaomi and its devices, especially with respect to its Mi 6X handset. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has not revealed as such their plans regarding the Xiaomi Mi 6X smartphone, still every now and then some renders emerge online. Yet again a new leak has surfaced online and has only strengthened the revealings of the last leaks. The new render shows off a silicone case meant especially for Xiaomi Mi 6X smartphone. With the help of the image, the cutouts make it crystal clear that the handset will feature a vertically-aligned camera, which will be placed in the upper-left corner of the device just like the iPhone X. It is expected that the LED flash must be placed there too, whereas the fingerprint scanner might be located at the rear panel of the Xiaomi Mi 6X handset.
If one may recall, the predecessor of Xiaomi Mi 6X, i.e. Xiaomi Mi 5X, which was unveiled in July, 2017, came with a 5.50-inch display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels and now it is speculated that the Xiaomi Mi 6X will be accompanied by a fullHD+ display of an aspect ratio 18:9 with a screen resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. Further, it is also expected that the handset will run on MIUI 9 on top of Android and will be coupled with 4GB of RAM.
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Earlier, some leaks that made the rounds online highlighted that the handset will be made out of metal with cameras protruding at the back a little. There is also buzz that the bottom-firing loudspeaker will be embraced by the Xiaomi Mi 6X smartphone with the company’s brand placed on the rear side of the handset. Recently, the front side of the device also leaked recently showing a striking resemblance with the two smartphones of Xiaomi – the Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus. There are rumors that the handset will be powered by the Surge S2 chipset, which is Xiaomi’s second-generation SoC and will house thin bezels, curved display corners as well as on-screen buttons. It is better to wait for the launch of the smartphone, only then one may know how far these leaks turn out to be true.