The Mi A1 was launched last year in India, and let’s face it, It was a huge success for Xiaomi. You could see portraits with Mi A1 labels everywhere on social media. Not only did it succeed in the camera department, it also had good performance. Now it’s alleged successor, the Mi A2/Mi 6x has been leaked.
According to the leak we have on our hands, the handset will sport a Snapdragon 626 SoC. Moreover, it will have an 5.99 inch 18:9 Display. It seems that it’s the same display as seen on the Redmi Note 5 Pro. The resolution is 2160×1080 pixels. It’s noticeable that Xiaomi is definitely following the trend.
Speaking of the software, the Mi A2 will have Android 8.1 Oreo. As seen on the Mi A1, it will come under the Google Android One program. So you can expect time-to-time updates and a possible update to even Android 10.
The device will be fueled by a 2,910 mAh battery, which is a bit smaller than the one seen on Mi A1. However, since QC 2.0 has made open-source, fast charging will be enabled on the phone. But Xiaomi did not ship the Redmi Note 5 Pro with a fast charger, so we’re not sure this one will have one shipped.
The Mi A2 was earlier leaked on TENAA, seen sporting a similar design to the Redmi Note 5 Pro. The listing too revealed a 5.99 ich screen and 2,910 mAh battery. The measurements of the device given is 158.88 × 75.54 × 7.3 mm.
Like seen on the Mi A1, Mi 6x/A2 will have a dual camera setup on the back. The rear cameras will be a 20 megapixel sensor and an 8 megapixel one. On the front side, there will be another 20 megapixel one. We expect this to be the same sensor used on Redmi Note 5 Pro, but with a telephoto secondary camera. In case you didn’t know how the phone looks, take a look at the earlier hands on leak we saw two months before.
As seen on TENAA, the device will have two variants- a 4GB/64 GB variant and a 6GB/64 GB variant. These might be priced quite similar to its predecessor, for except the 6GB variant.
Since the Mi 6x was launched on July last month in China, we expect Xiaomi to follow suit. This will make it directly compete with the likes of Moto G6 Plus.
Source | Via