It seems that Xiaomi has taken a liking to relaunching some successful phones and may make a new edition of the Mi 6. Launched four years ago, the company’s top-of-the-line is still used by many users and can be a compact option for those looking for smartphones minors in 2021.
The Xiaomiui profile made a survey that indicates the possibility of relaunching the model, a kind of Mi 6 2021. It all started on June 19, when Xiaomi’s general manager published in his account on the Weibo social network that the Mi 6 was a magical generation, and is still used by 2.15 million users around the world. With this hook, he opened a kind of conversation for everyone to say what were the points they liked the most about the device.
Five days later, Jun responded to a user who commented on the Mi 11 Youth Edition’s screen being “a little big. It is recommended to launch a replica of the Mi 6” with a “received”. On the same day, a new device from Xiaomi code-named Mercury appeared in a leak, with a 12 MP camera.
Xiaomi may be making the 2021 version of the Mi 6!
Some things are compatible with each other like puzzle pieces. That’s why we think it’s going to happen.
The same was true of the recently released Redmi Note 8 (2021) [biloba] > https://t.co/sJ6C7Bj4w1 pic.twitter.com/B4pO9i0qCK
— Xiaomiui | Xiaomi & MIUI News (@xiaomiui) June 25, 2021
Finally, the last piece of a puzzle that, according to the profile, fits perfectly: the Mi 6 had, in 2017, a limited edition called Mercury Silver. In addition, the code name of the original device was ‘sagit’, referring to the sign of Sagittarius, ruled by Jupiter and exiled on… Mercury. If everything is really connected, you can’t tell, but it could be an indication that the device is on its way.
Remember that Xiaomi itself released a 2021 version of the Redmi Note 8, which is basically the same device, but with MediaTek Helio G85 instead of Snapdragon 665.
About Mi 6
The 2017 top of the line from Xiaomi was the last generation of the company to bring the screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio, in a 5.15-inch display. There is no information as to whether this will be maintained or if this aspect will be modernized.
For the rest, the device has the Snapdragon 835 chipset, which could be replaced by a Qualcomm 700 series intermediate, or even a Snapdragon 860, keeping the 4G, or 870, to bring 5G, or, a third alternative, a solution from MediaTek. The device still had 6 GB of RAM and a 12 MP dual camera on the back. And it didn’t have a P2 jack for headphones.
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