Xiaomi Mi6 Plus Flagship Real-Life Images Leaks Out

This isn’t the first time the upcoming Xiaomi Mi6 Plus flagship leaked, rather several real-life images already depicting have surfaced online today. Here are the details you really want to know about the new comer.

The real-life images of what’s said to be of the Xiaomi’s Mi6 Plus flagship, allegedly leaked in two photographs, which can been seen above and can compare both the front and back side of a device that’s seemingly identical to numerous renders of the Mi 6 Plus that landed on Friday.

The only difference being today’s and past would only be the newly leaked handset sports a glossy black finish and featuring a relatively thin front bezels and almost no side bezels.

However, the front side of the leaked image shows up the alleged Mi 6 Plus equipped with a physical Home button which appears to be accurate, will likely ship with an integrated fingerprint scanner seeing how there’s no sign of a Touch ID-like reader on the back panel of the smartphone.

One thing in particular is that it definitely present on the rear side of the newly emerged device is a dual camera setup coupled with a dual LED flash.

Reports from the past although indicated the similar setup will consist of two 12-megapixel Sony IMX362 sensors, but again, nothing is officially confirmed.

Rumors earlier touted about the specifications for the Xiaomi Mi6 Plus. Given the speculation that the device will feature a 5.7-inch Full HD display panel accompanied by a 1920-x1080p resolution screen. With that said, also claims that the device is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, paired by at least 4GB of RAM memory.

While other suggestions also says that Xiaomi allegedly planning to release versions with 6GB RAM and 8GB of RAM variants. In terms of storage and other access points, it is also expected to differ, as the cheaper variants are said to ship with 64GB and 128GB of storage space, while the top-end and most expensive in premium hardware key configuration will offer 256GB of internal storage.

All-in-all, the hardware which we think and expect it to be the 2017 flagship smartphone by Xiaomi is also expected to come with a 4500mAh non-removable battery package, and that too running on Android Nougat mobile OS out-of-the-box with MIUI 8/9 skin.

The Mi6 Plus rumored price to start at 2999 Yuan ($377), with the most expensive being priced at 3499 yuan ($507). Xiaomi is expected to officially announce all of its flagship variants of the new Mi6 and Mi6 Plus by mid-April, before Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ launch date.

So we can expect more details on this headlines pretty soon. Stay tuned for more!

(Source: MobileXpose)

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