Xiaomi Mi6 to Begin Shipping June 17th Along with 18K Gold Ceramic Model
One of the most anticipated announcements in the tech industry this year has just been made as Xiaomi officially announced their upcoming flagship, the Mi6. During a press conference on April 19th in China, Xiaomi announced the upcoming launch of the Xiaomi Mi6 will begin shipping June 17th, but it won’t be coming to most markets such as the US and UK.
The Xiaomi Mi6 boasts flagship type specs and will cost a fraction less which will be priced under $350 US. This is more than 1/2 the price of similar type smartphones during their launch including the Galaxy S8 and iPhone 7. With a striking resemblance in design to the iPhone 7, it’s the price tag that most people notice first.
For those living outside of China, there are many 3rd party retailers who will ship the Mi6 to you such as Gear Best for those in the UK. If this is you, keep in mind there will be a higher price tag due to taxes and import fees. but will still be priced under other flagships.
Xiaomi Mi6 Price – UK, Europe, and US
The structure for the Xiaomi Mi6 price is as follows:
- £489.39 – UK Xiaomi Mi6 price
- 547.70€ – Euro Xiaomi Mi6 price
Xiaomi Mi6 Specs and Features
One of the most welcoming announcements for users are the available designs which includes the 18K gold ceramic model. The ceramic design was first seen in the Xiaomi Mi Mix which launched late-2016 and became a fan favorite due to its amazing aesthetic appeal. The ceramic body will be one of the models of the Mi6 that’s expected to be much more durable than the ceramic Mi Mix model.
Below are the official specs and features for the Xiaomi Mi6:
- 5.15in HD with a 1920 x 1080 resolution
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 quad-core processor
- 64GB and 128GB models
- 3350 mAh battery
- 12-MP rear dual camera
- 8-MP front camera
- Dual speakers
- Splash proof
- MIUI 8.0 – Android 6.0 pre-installed
- Quick Charge 4.0
- Colors – black, blue, ceramic, and silver
We’ve also just heard that Xiaomi will be announcing the Mi6 Plus which is expected to launch in China here in a couple of weeks.
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