The Xiaomi Mi 6 is surely one of the most anticipated devices to come out of China. If the rumors are true, the Mi 6 should have been launched this time next week. While we await its release, you may want to feast your eyes on this new specification sheet from GFXBench.
The device benchmarked here is called the Xiaomi Sagit and we believe that’s a codename for the Mi 6. Most of the specs are in pairs meaning that two variants were probably benchmarked together. It’s unusual but since its on GFXBench, we do not doubt its authenticity.
The Xiaomi Sagit sports a 5.15-inch display with a FHD resolution. The CPU is the first place we see there are two variants. The processor is an octa-core chip from Qualcomm and its definitely the Snapdragon 835 seeing as the GPU is an Adreno 540. The first listing shows it is clocked at 2.2GHz while the second one is clocked at 2.4GHz. It turns out that Xiaomi will continue its trend of underclocking the processor in the base variant of its flagship.
The RAM comes next. One is listed as having 4GB of RAM while the other has 6GB of RAM. For storage we get 128GB and 64GB. So we are looking at a 4GB + 64GB and 6GB + 128GB configuration when it launches.
For optics, the Xiaomi Sagit features a 12MP sensor on the back that can record in 4K and an 8MP that also shoots 4K videos. The device runs an unspecified version of MIUI based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat and also has NFC for mobile payments.