The teasers of new Xiaomi device with 6 GB RAM, releasing on July 11, have gone viral over the web. The doubts still persist whether it would be the much talked about Mi 6 C or Mi 6 Plus that is going to hit the markets on the said date.
The specifications rumored to be on the flow include a battery of 4000 mAh, 6 GB RAM, 22 MP camera to record 4 K videos, 3-D glass body powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor.
The variants of the April 2017 Mi 6, Mi 6 C and Mi 6 Plus, both sport the 6 GB RAM trait just like its prototype, but the modifications are noted in the battery size, display size, camera, and mainframe units.
The story goes that the most probable Xiaomi phone to be released this coming week would be none but the Mi 6 Plus, with regard to the leaked details in Weibo.
The Mi 6 Plus has already stolen hearts with its expected 5.7” display screen, much bigger than the 5.15” of the original, along with a superior quad HD panel, exhibiting a resolution power of 1440 x 2560 pixels.
The battery input size has also increased enormously, from the then 3300 mAh to the now supposedly 4000-4500 mAh.
The Mi 6 Plus also sports 12 MP dual camera sensor technology at its rear front, giving Samsung a tough competition, along with an 8 MP selfie front snapper. The sensors include the ambient light sensor and the proximity sensor.
This device is likely to run on the Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS version with MIUI 8 and an option to upgrade to MIUI 9 on its release.
The phone is reported to contain internal storage memory of 64 GB and 128 GB as the Universal Flash Storage (UFS), without the choice of any further expansion, and a DDR4 RAM.
The Android device, probably under its way, also shows better connectivity with the inclusion of NFC support, Bluetooth, GPS, 4 G WiFi, quick charge support, and an Infrared (IR) blaster.
The techno-freak world still awaits anxiously the release of the latest Chinese electronics firm, Xiaomi’s phone on this Tuesday, with wild guesses of it unveiling the promising Mi 6 Plus.