The Xiaomi Mi 6's announcement is right around the corner, and Xiaomi just confirmed yet another Xiaomi Mi 6 detail for us. The company has released a new teaser video for the Xiaomi Mi 6, and in it, they confirm that the Mi 6 will ship with 6GB of RAM. Now, this might actually mean that a 4GB RAM variant of the Xiaomi Mi 6 might not even become a reality, though we're still not certain, it is possible that Xiaomi plans to release a 4GB RAM base version of the Xiaomi Mi 6, and include 6GB of RAM in a more powerful variant of their flagship. If you'd like to check out this teaser video, visit the source link down below, though do keep in mind it's in Chinese and a bit confusing.
That being said, Xiaomi already confirmed several aspects of the Xiaomi Mi 6. In previous teaser videos, Xiaomi confirmed that the phone will sport a dual camera setup on the back, and that the phone ship with quite a few curves on it, it seems like both its front and back side will be curved to an extent. In any case, the Xiaomi Mi 6 will launch on April 19, which is also something Xiaomi confirmed, and chances are we'll get two size variants of the company's new flagship. The Xiaomi Mi 6 will be the smaller of the two devices, and it will, allegedly, sport a 5.15-inch fullHD (1920 x 1080) display. The Xiaomi Mi 6 Plus, on the other hand, is expected to ship with a 5.7-inch fullHD or QHD panel. Both devices will be fueled by the Snapdragon 835 64-bit octa-core processor, it seems, and you can expect to see Android Nougat pre-installed on both devices, with Xiaomi's MIUI 8 OS on top of it.
Now, we do know that the Xiaomi Mi 6 will come with a dual camera setup on the back, but we still don't know what camera sensors will those be. Sony's IMX400 sensor has been mentioned a couple of time in rumors, but those rumors don't seem all that probable, as this sensor was used by Sony in their Xperia XZ Premium and Xperia XZs flagships recently, and it's not that likely that Xiaomi plans to use it as one of the main sensors on the Mi 6. Chances are that Xiaomi plans to use two identical sensors one next to the other, or they might do something similar to what LG did, with one regular and one wide-angle lens, we'll see.