A year ago the Xiaomi Mi 5 came out as one of the most beautiful, most powerful and most capable smartphones we have tested. To try and build on that its successor will have a few different versions, aiming to cater to a much wider audience.
The first will be with Helio X30 and will cost CNY1,999 (or about $290), the second device will sport the mighty Snapdragon 835 and will be priced at CNY2499 (approx. $360). The third option will also come with Qualcomm’s latest chipset but will have dual-edge curved display (akin to Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge) and is going to go for CNY2999/$434.
The Mi 6 might be officially released at MWC in Barcelona next month. We'll be onsite to report back once Hugo Barra shows it on stage.