Xiaomi Mi6’s Incredible Features

The first time we hear about the latest Android flagship released by Xiaomi, the Mi 6, majority of us will be blown away by every single thing about the smartphone. This is largely due to the fact that it is comparable to the other supposedly higher end counterparts such as Sony Xperia XZ Premium, HTC U11, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, HTC U11, and many more. Although comparable and boasts a lot of similar features as well as capabilities, the Xiaomi Mi6 is not as expensive – quite the contrary, the smartphone is still able to keep its price on the low end of the stick just like how it has always been.

But is the price actually the proof of its quality? As how it has always been with low end products, they seem to always come with several issues if not poor power and capabilities despite boasting the same features. Here in this article we will not only talk about the specifications and features that the Xiaomi Mi6 has, but also about its capabilities and ease of use.
A clear contender that is also ahead of the game in the industry

At a glance, it is clear to see that the Mi6 is the successor to Xiaomi Mi5 while at the same time taking its design cues from another one of its predecessors, the Mi Note 2. However, design wise, we can point out the fact that it adds dual camera features and other features Mi5s takes on design aspects from the Mi Note 2, adds a dual-camera systems and forward facing features such as USB-C audio, under glass fingerprinting system – all of which something that cannot be found in the Mi Note 2. To top it all off, the Mi6 also comes with faster performance and spacious capacitive screen – properly ensuring not only ease of use.

Features and specifications that come with the smartphone line

Xiaomi has been well known in the smartphone industry as a manufacturer that breaks all barriers. Not only does it build incredible smartphones with impressive features, it also ensures the products to be as affordable as possible. Quite unheard of in the world where the better a product is, the more expensive it will be. Take a look at the Xiaomi Mi6 for example, the phone boasts powerful 6GB of RAM with 64GB of storage that is upgradeable to 124GB, impressive gold-detailing as well as two 12MP rear and front cameras, each fitted with f/1.8 wide angle lens and telephoto lens f/2.6.