Mi 6X (Mi A2) Launch Event Live Stream – Watch Here

The Mi 6X will be officially announced today by Xiaomi at an event in Wuhan University in China. The same smartphone might be launched as Mi A2 for the global markets. But the major difference between the Mi 6X and Mi A2 is that the latter comes with Google’s Stock Android OS. For instance, Xiaomi launched the Mi 5X with MIUI ROM in China while the company announced the same device as Mi A1 with Stock Android OS for global markets including India. So, we can expect the same thing with Xiaomi Mi 6X device.

Here we have all the information regarding the launch event of Mi 6X:

Xiaomi Mi 6X leak

Xiaomi Mi 6X Launch: Livestream, how to watch, timings

Mi Fans will be happy to hear that they can stream the Xiaomi Mi 6X launch event live on their smartphone / laptop by just sitting at home. The event will kick start at 2PM CST, which is 11:30 AM IST for those in India. Interested users can see the event live on the China website.

Xiaomi Mi 6X Specs and Features

The official poster of Mi 6X hits that the smartphone will have Redmi Note 5 Pro like design with the dual rear camera placed vertically, a fingerprint scanner on the center and antenna lines placed on top and bottom of the device. Among the rear dual cameras, one is confirmed to be a 20-megapixels shooter while another is expected to be a 12-megapixles one. The frontside of the phone will be featuring a AI driven 20-megapixels selfie camera.

As for the leaks, the Mi 6X features a 5.99-inch full HD resolution display and powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor. It is expected to run on Android 8.1 Oreo and the latest edition of MIUI 9 skin. Also, the handset will be preinstalled with Xiao AI smart assistant. It will be available in different color options like Cherry Pink, Red Flame, Sand Gold, Glacier Blue, and Black.

Based on the storage capabilities, the device comes into three variants – 4GB RAM + 32GB ROM, 6GB RAM + 64GB ROM and 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM. A 2,910mAh battery is said to power the device which doesn’t sound much on paper at least.