Xiaomi Redmi 6A Specifications Leaked On TENNA
Xiaomi will launch the Mi 8, Mi 8 SE and the Mi band 3 on May 31st, celebrating its eight-year anniversary. While the Mi 8 has become one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2018, the company has not lost sight on its budget smartphones. The company became famous in the first place for launching quality budget smartphones. A new budget device from the company that appears to be in the pipeline is the Xiaomi Redmi 6A.
The specifications of the Redmi 6A were leaked via TENNA which means it is on its final stages and should be launched soon. According to the listing, there are three model numbers of the Redmi 6A, the M1804C3CT and the M1804C3DT/M1804C3DC. The only difference being that the M1804C3CT has a single 8MP camera, while the M1804C3DT/M1804C3DC have dual cameras, possibly a 12MP+8MP setup.
The rest of the specifications are identical for all the model numbers. The Xiaomi Redmi 6A will have a 5.45 inch display with a 1440 x 720 px resolution.
The Xiaomi Redmi 6A will likely run on the Snapdragon 625 chipset with 2GB/3GB/4GB of RAM. The storage variants could be 16GB/32GB/64GB with an option to expand the storage via a microSD card. The fingerprint sensor, as visible in the images, will be placed on the back of the device in a central position.
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To the front of the smartphone will be a 5MP camera. The back of the device will either house an 8MP sensor or a combination of a 12MP and 8MP sensors. The type of sensors that will be used is not clear as of now. Powering the Xiaomi Redmi 6A will be a 3000 mAh battery which will charge via a micro USB port (this is an educated guess considering we haven’t moved on to USB C ports on budget devices yet). Out of the box, it will run Android 8.1 Oreo with MIUI 9.5 on top. This means the smartphone is likely to come with gesture support as well.
The Redmi 6A could launch sometime in June, a few days after the company launches the Mi 8. Whether it’ll make its way to the Indian shores is yet to be seen.