A fresh set of Xiaomi Mi 6 renders have leaked online, this in High Definition (HD) images. The new set of renders shows both the front and the rear of the expected Xiaomi flagship. They are coming not too long after the Mi 6 appeared on GFXBench codenamed “Xiaomi Sagit”.
The new renders are consistent with the previously leaked renders of the Mi 6 even though it may not be a true representation of the final design of the Mi 6. First, the renders show the Mi 6 features a curved edge design at the rear. Where things get a little bit confusing is the actual location of the LED flash at the rear. While most of the renders place it at the left side of the camera, a supposedly leaked photo of the Mi 6 shows the LED sitting at the right side of the dual cameras.
The front view renders also highlight some key features, like the iris scanner that is rumoured to come with the flagship. The underglass ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is another feature highlighted but this one is a going to be a bit bigger than the Mi 5S’ and is said to be like the one the Huawei P10 features. The display will likely have a 2.5D curved glass above it and indeed, the Mi 6 will not have a curved screen but an entirely flat one.
Recall that the Mi 6 is expected to come with a waterproof body with the 3.5mm audio jack removed. We can’t be so sure about all these renders. The Mi 6 may turn out looking a bit different in design but then, we’ll find out about that soon because the device will launch this month.