Xiaomi a popular player in the Indian and Chinese smartphone market is gearing up for the release of its flagship, the Mi 6. The company is following in the footsteps of Samsung and a larger display variant called the Mi 6 Plus is being launched as well. Today, a report on slashleaks has revealed the complete specifications of the two devices.

The Xiaomi Mi 6 has been confirmed to be centred around Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 SoC, coupled with 4 GB of RAM and variants will sport 32 GB, 64 GB or 128 GB of internal memory which is of the UFS 2.0 standard. The 19-megapixel camera sensor on the device is a SONY IMX400 with the selfie shooter being an 8-megapixel ultrapixel sensor. The Mi 6 sports a 5.15-inch full-HD display and has a 3200mAh battery pack. What the real surprise though is the software, the device is running on MIUI 8.0 based on Android v.6.x, Marshmallow.

The elder sibling, the Mi 6 Plus sports a bigger 5.7-inch full-HD display. The processor remains the same but the RAM has been increased to 6 GB. Internal storage is limited to 64 GB or 128 GB variants. The camera unit though is where the major differences lie, featuring SONY’s IMX362 dual-camera sensor while the camera up-front remains the same. Xiaomi has also used the extra real estate in the chassis to pack in a larger 4500mAh battery pack. Another major difference between the two handsets is that the Mi 6 Plus runs on MIUI based on the latest flavour of Android, v7.x, Nougat.

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These specifications are not final but from the looks of it they look plausible although we would still err on the side of caution. Apart from that the source, slashleaks has a proven track record but this new leak has a rather low credibility rating

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