Not too long after a device suspected to be the Xiaomi Mi 6 was spotted in China’s 3C website, the Mi 6 is in the news once again. This time around a render of the likely Plus-sized version of the Mi 6 captured from the front and rear has leaked online. As would be expected, the render gifts us a look at the device from the front and rear end.
This new render comes in a coral blue colour but the images are similar to those which had leaked earlier on but obviously, this one doesn’t look real. Up front, we could see the home button looks similar to the Mi 5S’ underglass ultrasonic fingerprint sensor while there is no opening for the iris recognition technology which the Mi 6 is rumoured to feature. The Mi 6 Plus is said to come with a 5.7-inch HD display and the render shows a thin bezel at the two sides of the display but the screen to body ratio isn’t spectacular.
The rear view shows the dual-lens camera setup that the Mi 6 is almost certain to come with. The cameras are arranged in a horizontal plane while the LED flash sits to the right of the cameras. The capacitive buttons on the right side protrude abnormally that they seal this images as likely not being real live renders. Perhaps it is a fan generated work which isn’t a bad depiction anyway, even though it doesn’t look too captivating as we would have expected the Mi 6 Plus to be.
Earlier rumours had tipped the Xiaomi Mi 6 Plus to come with 6GB of RAM, 64GB / 128GB storage versions, Sony IMX362 12MP main camera, and an 8MP front camera (Ultrapixel) as well as a large 4,500mAh battery. On the other hand, the Mi 6 is expected with a smaller 5.15-inch display and two versions with 4GB and 6GB of RAM as well as three storage versions of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. The Mi 6 will likely also pack a lesser 3,2oomAh battery. Both smartphones will likely be unveiled this April so brace up for more leaks and rumours.