Xiaomi Mi 6X appeared online earlier this week, having originally been spotted on Weibo. The image that can be seen above appears to be a screenshot of a video taken by someone close to Xiaomi’s supply chain or manufacturing operations but its true source has yet to be identified.
The overall look of the plate suggests the Xiaomi Mi 6X won’t feature a removable battery, which would be in line with how its predecessor was assembled.
The handset itself has already been the subject of numerous rumors and reports, having previously starred in a variety of leaked images, most of which correspond with the newly uncovered one.
The device supposed to feature Surge S2 chip, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, a 5.7-inch display and, likely to run Android 8.0 Oreo.
The Xiaomi Mi 5X originally launched last September and Xiaomi’s upcoming product event scheduled to be held at the 2018 edition of the Mobile World Congress is the manufacturer‘s best opportunity to announce the device.