Xiaomi’s Mi 6X AKA Mi A2 is due to be shown off to the world on April 25, but there are a few more leaks coming out of the woodwork ahead of its unveiling. One is from the official Android site, while the other is a less-than-official tipster on Weibo.
Starting off with the Android listing, the website has included the Xiaomi Mi 6X in its list of Android 6.0 Marshmallow and above phones which support work profile and work managed device modes. There’s a photo of the handset accompanied by a couple of specs.
First of all, it seems the Mi 6X will be sporting a 6-inch screen up front and a fingerprint scanner at the back. It might not be able to support NFC. Android 8.1 Oreo runs through its veins, along with 32GB and 64GB of storage space. RAM has been mentioned at 4GB, but there probably will be more memory variants.
This is evidenced by the second leak, which comes straight from China. The original post was actually deleted, but MySmartPrice grabbed a screenshot before it was taken down. It indicated that Xiaomi would price the 4GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM version at CNY 1799 (roughly Rs 18930) and the 6GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM model at CNY 1999 (about Rs 21035).
There’s no mention of a 32GB or 128GB option, but both are certainly a possibility. The Mi 6X is expected to be launched as the Mi A2 in India with exactly the same specs, except it’ll switch to Android One in the country instead of running MIUI.