Nov 30, 2016 11:35 AM EST | By Ivan M.
Xiaomi Mi6 is one of the most anticipated tech releases that are going to be available in early 2017, and reports are circulating that the device will carry impressive specs and features making it a worthy challenger for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8. There are speculations that Xiaomi's upcoming handset has all the tools to come out on top once it becomes available in the tight smartphone market.
New report has surfaced suggesting that the Xiaomi Mi6 smartphone will run on a Snapdragon 835 from Qualcomm paired with a sizable amount of RAM. The report also says that most of its competition will be powered by the same mobile CPU including LG G6, HTC 11, LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8.
The powerful processor of Xiaomi Mi6 will allow the device to have a fast charging ability, which is 20 percent faster than the normal charging time. However, many fans are concern about the safety feature of the smartphone. Apparently, consumers are pretty wary about safety features nowadays following the whole Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, which resulted to multiple exploding incidents.
Meanwhile, despite the lack of information regarding the release date of Xiaomi Mi6, several publications have already revealed its possible release date. According to the report, the new Xiaomi smartphone is expected to arrive between January and February 2017. The publication added that the device will be launched in US, UK and Canada at the same time, which is a month earlier than the rumored Samsung Galaxy S8 release in March.
The new Xiaomi Mi6 is also expected to have full 4K video support as its processor is made to have that ability. Apart from its amazing display feature, the device will also be perfect for VR technology. As of the moment, all rumors and speculations about Xiaomi Mi6 must be taken with a grain of salt until the company decides to confirm them. Stay tuned for more news and update about Xiaomi's upcoming high-end smartphone.
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