Xiaomi Mi 6 to use the new Super Sensor Sony IMX400
Last year at MWC we saw the announcement of Xiaomi Mi 5, but this time at the February’s MWC event in Barcelona did not appear information about the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 6 flagship. Instead, in the Internet are spread quite rumors for that phone and today we can add to them some more.
Sources from China, claims that we will see two versions of the phone, respectively with 5.15-inch screen like the Xiaomi Mi 5, and a 5.7-inch display for those who love big phones.
Both, however, will work with the new Snapdragon 835 processor – something that was confirmed in previous rumors.
Curiously, the phone is rumored to use the new impressive sensor Sony IMX400, which was announced only a month ago. It is part of the flagship Xperia XZ Premium and XZs, earlier Sony made a demonstration of his ability to shoot at 960 frames per second in Barcelona.
Until now it was assumed that Xiaomi Mi 6 will be equipped with the previous version sensor IMX386, which, frankly, sounds more logical – after all, who gives his latest camera sensor to the competitors from the beginning?
One possible explanation is that the version of the sensor can be with lower specs such as recording less frames per second. Or maybe Xiaomi did a big deal with Sony to include the sensor from the beginning. Most likely the premiere of Xiaomi Mi 6 should take place in mid-April, so we’ll find out, soon enough.http://gizbrain.com/2017/03/13/xiaomi-mi-6-use-new-super-sensor-sony-imx400/https://i0.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/xiaomi-mi6.jpg?fit=968%2C504https://i0.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/xiaomi-mi6.jpg?fit=190%2C150RUMORSSONYTECH NEWSXIAOMIcamera,rumor,rumors,smartphone,Sony,xiaomi,xiaomi mi6Last year at MWC we saw the announcement of Xiaomi Mi 5, but this time at the February's MWC event in Barcelona did not appear information about the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 6 flagship. Instead, in the Internet are spread quite rumors for that phone and today we can add to...John GreenJohn GreenJohngreen@gizbrain.comContributorJohn Green is a writer at GizBrain.GizBrain - Your Tech Brain