Xiaomi Hints at 'Mi 6 Plus' With 6GB RAM, 4000 mAh Battery Teasers
Xiaomi has released a teaser of its next smartphone on its official Weibo account. The teaser poster shows a smartphone with 6GB RAM and an accompanying video reveals about other specifications of the smartphone.
Xiaomi MI 6. Representative Image. (Image: News18.com)
Xiaomi had recently revealed its performance numbers for the second quarter of 2017. As per the stats, the company created a new personal benchmark of shipping over 23.16 Million smartphones in this time period. Now, the Chinese smartphone company has again grabbed the headlines by releasing a teaser for what is speculated to be its next smartphone offering. What is more surprising is the fact that the launch date for the device has been kept for July 11, 2018.
On its official Weibo account, Xiaomi released a teaser poster showing a part of a smartphone and mentioning 6GB RAM on it. More followed from the smartphone giant in the form of a video that showed some specifications of a smartphone. The specifications mentioned in the video include a Snapdragon 800 series Processor, UFS storage, DDR4 RAM, 4000 mAh battery and a 22-megapixel camera with 4K video recording capability and a smart beauty mode. The video also reveals that the smartphone comes with a 3D glass body, a large display, full 4G netcom, USB Type-C port with Quick Charge support, NFC and an IR Blaster.
Though many of Xiaomi smartphones come with a 6GB RAM, a Glass body is a key feature to only one of its offerings, and that is the Xiaomi Mi 6. This leads us to believe that the next-in-line smartphone by Xiaomi will be Xiaomi Mi 6 Plus.
Don’t Miss: The Tech And Auto Show – Episode 6
Recommended For You
- R Ashwin’s Batting Heroics Sees Side Win TNPL Season Opener
- Arbaaz Khan on Divorce from Malaika Arora: This Doesn't Mean We Will Hate Each Other
- Streaming Now: Netflix to Release Documentary on Cambridge Analytica Data Scandal The Great Hack
- Alia Bhatt Shares BTS Video of Her Moving into Her Own Home in New YouTube Vlog
- YouTube Music Now Lets Your Switch Between a Song And Its Music Video With a Single Tap