Xiaomi Mi 6X Case Leak Confirms The iPhone X Style Dual Camera Setup

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Xiaomi Mi 6X Case Leak Confirms The iPhone X Style Dual Camera Setup

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The past couple of years have seen a promising growth in the popularity of mid-range smartphones. Consumers are genuinely interested in the upcoming smartphones rather than just looking at them as a cheap alternative until they buy a flagship phone. Xiaomi has been a big player in the budget category of smartphones and especially in India, it has seen an exponential growth thanks to popular phones like the Redmi Note 4 and Xiaomi Mi A1.

The Xiaomi Mi A1 was an Android One variant of the Mi 5X which was launched in July of 2017, and a successor is eagerly anticipated by many suitors. The Mi 5X/Mi A1 had a great camera setup for its price point and nothing less than an upgrade is expected of the upcoming Mi 6X. However, there might be a design change that might interest a few people more than others.

A leaked image of the back panel of the Xiaomi Mi 6X revealed that it will sport a vertically placed dual-camera setup, uncannily similar to the iPhone X. A leaked image of a case has also surfaced, which reveals the same camera placement along with a rear-facing fingerprint sensor. The accompanying front angle image reveals that the Mi 6X will have thin bezels and an 18:9 aspect ratio. The resolution is expected to be 2160 x 1080 px.

The image of the back panel did not reveal a fingerprint sensor instead, had a small hole.

The Xiaomi Mi 6X could very well be the Xiaomi Mi A1 (2018) or Mi A2 in India as the Mi A1 was extremely well-received for its software and camera performance. Even though the Mi A1 got off to a rough start after the first Android 8.0 Oreo update, things have gotten better since then as the company released a new update.

So far, apart from two sketchy leaked images, we have no information about the Mi 6X however, with its launch presumably a few months away, there is plenty of time for more leaks. Only time will tell whether the Xiaomi Mi 6X will ever make its way to India as the Mi A2 or under any other moniker.

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