I’m getting pretty sick of seeing these types of reviews and posts on this blog, and it’s not a good sign for any of us if we don’t see them.
It’s a sad state of affairs, as we have to keep pushing forward with product releases, but we can’t do it alone.
Xiaomi’s MIUI mobile operating system has been a huge success for the company, and its latest smartphone, the Mi6, has a lot of potential to do just that.
We’re going to see more and more people use this new platform, and the future looks bright for Xiaomi’s future smartphone plans.
The Xiaomi Mi6’s biggest selling point is its size, but the company has made it easy for consumers to switch between sizes, and you’ll find a large, 4.3-inch screen on the front of the phone.
That’s an increase from last year’s Mi6 and Xiaomi’s previous 4.7-inch model.
Xiaomi has also introduced a new, removable cover, making the phone much more comfortable to hold and use than its predecessor.
The Mi6 also features a fingerprint scanner, which Xiaomi claims can be used to unlock the device, which is great news for anyone who’s been waiting to upgrade their phone.
The main selling point for this Xiaomi smartphone is the large screen, and that’s not something you see every year anymore, so it’s good to see Xiaomi still sticking with this strategy.
We’ve already seen Xiaomi add a few new features to its phones in the past year, and this Mi6 is no exception.
The camera on the back of the device is a fingerprint sensor, and there’s a dedicated button for unlocking the phone and turning off the display.
The software is very familiar, as it has a familiar interface that is very similar to what we’ve seen in previous Xiaomi phones.
Xiaomi also has a new camera app for the Mi 6, which lets you quickly take photos of your home screen, including the icons, as well as share your photos to social networks.
The company also has some other great features on the Mi home screen for a more traditional smartphone, including a new video feature, a calendar app, and a photo gallery app.
Unfortunately, there’s no NFC support on this phone, which means you’ll have to use your existing NFC payment cards to pay for your device.
You’ll also be able to make calls and text messages from your phone using the voice assistant on the device.
I love Xiaomi’s phones, and I’ve been waiting for them to add NFC support to this new version of the Mi brand, but unfortunately it seems like this will be a one-time thing for this new Mi6.
Xiaomi is currently on track to release a new flagship smartphone, and Xiaomi is hoping that the Mi phone can provide the company with a strong platform for the future.
If this phone succeeds in making it to market, I’m definitely looking forward to it.
Xiaomi Mi 6 review Xiaomi Mi Mi6 specs Android version 6.0 Marshmallow Android version 7.1 Marshmallow Price $549 $699 Display 5.1-inch IPS LCD 1080p, 1080p Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 with Adreno 418 GPU Adreno 530 GPU Storage 64GB, 64GB or 128GB Memory 16GB, 32GB or 64GB Camera 8MP rear, 5MP front, Front-facing LED flash Battery 3200mAh Battery (non-removable) Dimensions 151.9 x 71.5 x 8.1mm (6.4 x 2.1 x 0.7 inches) 152.4g (5.8oz) 151g (4.8 oz) Weight 145g (6g) 155g (7g) Connectivity Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, WiMax, GPS, NFC Ports MicroUSB, USB 3.0, headphone jack, microSD, microUSB, NFC Fingerprint sensor, dual SIM, microphone, microphone connectivity Fingerprint scanner, fingerprint reader, fingerprint scanner connectivity Finger print scanner, dual-SIM, microphone Camera front-facing camera, front-facing camera Battery 12,000mAh Battery 2,200mAh Battery Price $699 $649 Display 5-inch HD IPS LCD 5,000×2,160 pixels, 1080×1920 pixels Processor Qualcomm 801, Adreno 540 GPU Adrenos 530 GPU Battery 3,800mAh Battery Charging 2,300mAh Battery Battery (not removable) Dimensions 152.9 × 71.7 × 8.4mm (7.2 x 2,0 x 0,6 inches) 157.1g (8.1oz) 152g (9.1 oz) Width 152.5 mm (5 inches) 159.6 mm (7 inches)* Depth 65 mm (1.7 feet) 145.1 mm (4 inches) Weight 151g / 7.2 oz