According to the reports reaching us from our sources, Xiaomi has released an upgrade of the Xiaomi Mi 6. It is called the Hatsune Miku Mi 6X. The lower model of the device arrives in a Miku-themed teal colour with a 1-5,000 serial number printed on it as well as matching wallpapers and opulent packaging that forms up into a “stage”.
The actual Mi 6X is a mid-range device with a screen of 6 inches having 18:9 aspect ratio, a 2160 x 1080 LCD, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, a dual camera setup of 20MPs, and also a selfie camera also of 20MPs with a flash. The battery capacity is 3,010mAh, and it has a USB-C charging port. The price for the Mi 6X is 1,599 yuan ($240), however, the Hatsune Miku version is priced at 2,099 yuan ($315).
The Hatsune Miku edition also comes with a 10,000mAh battery pack that charges with USB-C and the colour matches with the actual device. It also comes with a case with chrome edges and it has a Miku design inscribed on it. The device has 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.
The Mi 6X on the other hand is also really cool for its price. The thin design it has puts it in between the iPhone 6 and iPhone X. It has relatively small bezels, an aluminium back panel, and a camera bump that is vertically-oriented. The performance and battery life for the device are also quite okay for a device having such specs.
For now, the Mi 6X is only available in China, but according to the reports our sources gave us, it is possible that there is a variant called Mi A2 soon to be offered in India. The reason is because, the Mi A1 of last year was an Android One model of the Mi 5X, and it stood as a move by Google and Xiaomi to get Android One incorporated into more sophisticated devices in India and around the world.
The Mi 6X are already available for sale in China via Mi.com.