New Render Leaks And Reveals Xiaomi Mi 6's Dual Camera Setup

The Xiaomi Mi 6 will launch on April 19, and yet another render of this smartphone has just surfaced. If you take a look at the provided image, you’ll get to see a part of the phone’s front side, and the device’s rear-facing dual-camera setup. Xiaomi confirmed recently that the Mi 6 will ship with a dual camera setup by releasing a rather odd video clip in Chinese, and this is what that will look like, if the leak is legit, of course.

As you can see, there are two camera snappers in the upper left corner of the phone’s back side, and next to them you’ll notice the dual-LED, dual-tone flash. The back side of the device seems to be made out of glass, even though that glass looks rather odd in this render, and the phone will ship with a metal frame, which is easily noticeable in this render. All in all, it seems like the Xiaomi Mi 6 will resemble its predecessor, the Xiaomi Mi 5, in terms of the design. You can also notice the phone’s front-facing camera in this render, and the earpiece is also visible here. Now, the Xiaomi Mi 6 will be fueled by the Snapdragon 835 64-bit octa-core processor if rumors and leaks are to be believed. The phone surfaced on Geekbench yesterday, and that listing revealed that we might get two variants of the Xiaomi Mi 6, one that will sport 4GB of RAM and another one that will ship with 6GB of RAM. In addition to that, Xiaomi is also expected to release the Xiaomi Mi 6’s big brother, the Xiaomi Mi 6 Plus, which is supposed to sport a larger display than the Xiaomi Mi 6.

The Xiaomi Mi 6 is expected to feature a 5.15-inch fullHD (1920 x 1080) display, while the Xiaomi Mi 6 Plus is said to sport a 5.7-inch fullHD or QHD panel. It seems like both of those phones will ship with a flat display, and both of them will have a dual camera setup on the back. Chances are that both of those devices will be made out of metal and glass and look basically the same. Android Nougat will ship out of the box on the Xiaomi Mi 6, and on top of it, you’ll get Xiaomi’s MIUI OS.

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