Xiaomi teases dual camera setup for the Mi 6


With just a few weeks remaining for the launch of the Xiaomi Mi 6, new pieces of information about the device have been leaking out every now and then. As reported earlier, the phone was spotted on Geekbench a few hours ago, giving us an overview of its hardware specifications. The device has been rumoured since a long time to come with a dual camera setup, which the company has now confirmed through a teaser on Weibo. The teaser itself is in Chinese and focuses on the features that the phone will have such as a significant camera upgrade with a dual camera setup.

xiaomi-mi-6-weibo-teaserEarlier rumours hinted that the firm might use Sony’s IMX400 sensor for the Mi 6, however newer reports state that Sony’s IMX378 sensor could be in use. The smartphone is assumed to feature a 12-megapixel dual camera setup at the back and an 8-megapixel camera at the front. We’re already aware of its other specifications: the standard variant might have a 5.1-inch or a 5.2-inch display, whereas the Mi 6 Plus might sport a 5.7-inch screen. Both of them will pack a 4GB/6GB of RAM and offer 32GB/64GB/128GB of internal storage.

The phones will boot Android 7.1 Nougat out-of-the-box with MIUI 8 on top of it. The rumoured pricing for the 4GB of RAM variant with 32GB of internal storage for the standard Mi 6 is ₹19,350, whereas the Plus variant is expected to be priced at ₹33,875 for the 32GB storage option. The phone is to be announced on April 19 where more information will be revealed. However, we can also expect some more information about the device from the GFXBench and TENAA listings in the coming days.

[Source: Xiaomi Via: Gizmochina]