Earlier today, Xiaomi officially launched the Mi 6 smartphone. You can read all about it here.
The Xiaomi Mi 6 sports a 5.15-inch Full HD display comes with an "Eyecare" option, where they minimize the blue rays emitted by the smartphone's screen.
The biggest feature on the Xiaomi Mi 6 is the use of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, making it the first Chinese smartphone to use the 10nm FinFET process chipset.
Xiaomi claims that its biggest design advancement is the "four-sided curved glass" appearance. The glass rear curves down on both sides of a corner, giving it a premium look and feel.
The fingerprint sensor is no longer a physical button, but a tactile interface that's similar to the sensor on the Huawei P10.
The Mi 6 has a dual rear camera setup, with one telephoto lens and one wide-angle lens.
Both lenses are at 12-megapixels resolution, and they are both supported by 4-axis OIS.
The combination of both lenses can register different depths-of-field, resulting in visually appealing portrait shots with bokeh effect.
Here's the resulting beautified photo taken with the Xiaomi Mi 6.
Mi 6 uses a 2x2 antenna for Wi-Fi connectivity, which was made to circumvent poor connectivity in walled premises (such as homes and offices).
Sadly, the new Xiaomi smartphone comes without the 3.5mm audio jack. It uses a USB Type-C port for charging and file transfers.
Ceramic Edition of the Xiaomi Mi 6!
The Xiaomi Mi 6 Ceramic Edition uses 18-carat gold trimmings for its dual rear cameras' rims.