Xiaomi Mi 6 To Sport Highest Variant of Snapdragon 835

The Xiaomi Mi 6 launch date for April has been confirmed a few days back. The certain date still remains unknown, but the recent leaks say this flagship has all chances to be unleashed at the end of March. This means the Mi 6 can be announced in March, but it will be shipped in April. Nevertheless we will be able to get our hands on it only in April. Seems we have sort it out with the launch date of the Xiaomi Mi 6. But what about the processor and the screen?

That’s not a secret Samsung has ordered the complete first bunch of Snapdragon 835. However, we have all reasons to think the Korean company has failed. The Xiaomi Mi 6 will be the first Chinese brand to come in with this chip, as it’s been planned. As for the Samsung Galaxy S8, it will be the next smartphone powered with the latest creation of Qualcomm. This two giants will start the marathon simultaneously. This news can be considered as official, because its author always provides reliable leaks.

Xiaomi mi 6 leaks

The next thing we have been worrying about is whether the Snapdragon 835 on the Xiaomi Mi 6 will clock at the highest frequency. As you remember, the current model from Mi family has been thrown in a discussion. Many users wondered whether it is powered with a Snapdragon 821 chip. The same story is here – many wonder whether the Xiaomi Mi 6 will sport the highest version of the CPU. Fortunately, this flagship will feature the same highest variant of Snapdragon 835 like the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Xiaomi mi 6 leaks

At last, we have heard the Mi 6 will sport a 5.2-inch Full HD flat screen unlike the Mi Note 2. Many users think this can become a real reason for failure keeping in mind the case related with the Mi 5S. But seems Xiaomi wants the Mi Note phones to be the only series with curved screens. This will allow the company to have at least two flagship models per year. The price tag of the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 6 is set to start from 1999 yuan ($290) reaching up to 2999 yuan ($436).

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