Snapdragon 835 SoC, 5.15-inch screen and no headphone jack
As expected and announced earlier, Xiaomi has unveiled its newest flagship smartphone, the Mi 6, at an event in China.
Hours ahead of launch
Xiaomi is scheduled to unveil its latest flagship Mi 6 smartphone at an event on April 19th and just hours ahead of that launch, an official press picture has found its way online.
Beats Samsung Galaxy S8
Xiaomi Mi6 is launching in the coming week and the most of the details about the new Snapdragon 835 based phone have been revealed.
The second Snapdragon 835
Xiaomi Mi5 was one of the best priced Snapdragon 820 phones on the market and the company is planning to launch the Xiaomi Mi6 successor on April 19th.
We want to be more like Costco
After years of analysts claiming that Xiaomi is the Chinese Apple, the outfit has come out and said that its business model is not a direct copy of Jobs’ Mob after all.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC to blame
It appears that LG has chosen well to go with Snapdragon 821 SoC as the latest reports suggests that Xiaomi's next flagship, the Mi 6, will also be delayed to May due to Samsung's exclusive deal with Qualcomm on its initial supply of the Snapdragon 835 SoC.
Even thinner bezels
Xiaomi's Mi Mix was quite a game changer and brought plenty of novelties to rather bland smartphone designs but now it appears that the successor will be even more interesting.
After years of whispers, Xiaomi finally announced its processor codenamed Pinecone and decided to call it the Surge S1. After Apple, Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi also goes for an in-house processor, but it is positioning itself it to the mainstream market. The first phone to get it is the Xiaomi 5c.
10-core does the heavy lifting
Xiaomi is a company that sold over 41.5 million phones in China and the number is even higher when you add markets like, India and the Rest of the World. The company is well known for its mix of MediaTek Helio and Snapdragon products and usually offers the best price performance ratio.