The Xiaomi Mi 6 could be delayed
Up until this point, the Xiaomi Mi 6 is rumored to launch on 16 April 2017. New rumours are suggesting that the smartphone could be pushed back to May 2017 instead.
Xiaomi is reported to begin the mass production of its in-house Surge S1 chipset, with the company also having built samples of Surge S2 second generation chipsets. As the Surge S2 is a full chipset with full baseband support, there is a likelihood that production could get delayed.
The Xiaomi Mi 6 will also have 2 screen variants, a 5.15-inch model and 5.7-inch model, both with slightly different designs from each other. The larger model would supposedly also have dual cameras on the rear similar to the iPhone 7 Plus.
Other info says the Xiaomi Mi 6 will have a thickness of 8mm, 3200 mAh battery, 4GB RAM and 32GB ROM. The larger model, currently known as the Mi 6 Plus, will have 64GB storage instead. Both will have the Snapdragon 835 clocked at highest frequency. The Mi 6 will start at ~$289, while the Mi 6 Plus will be around USD360 (MYR 1,603.08 ).