Today we will talk about the Mi 6 Pro, a device that has prototypes but has not been released.
The Pro version of Mi 6 was going to be released, but unfortunately it was not released. Device manufacturers repeatedly test prototype devices before releasing a device, and then either sell it or not depending on the device’s condition. These tested prototype devices are sometimes leaked. We will give you detailed information about the leaked Mi 6 Pro, whose engineering software has recently appeared.
The Mi 6 Pro has a 5.15-inch curved IPS LCD screen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4, just like the Mi6. As for the screen, the only difference between them is that Mi 6 has a resolution of 1080×1920 (FHD) and Mi 6 Pro has a resolution of 1440×2560 (QHD). Finally, there is a capacitive fingerprint reader at the bottom of the screen. It may seem strange to some of you, but it is perfectly normal given the conditions of its time.
Like the Mi 6, the Mi 6 Pro is 145.2mm long, 70.5mm wide, 7.5mm thick and weighs 168 grams. While the Mi 6 and Mi 6 Pro lack a 3.5mm headphone jack, they do have stereo speakers.
Before we move on to the camera details, we need to talk a little about the camera layout. The Mi 6 has a horizontal camera layout, while the Mi 6 Pro has a vertical camera layout. Coming to the camera details, Mi 6 Pro comes with Sony IMX386 lens with 12MP resolution and F1.8 aperture just like Mi 6. As for the telephoto lenses, it has a 2X Optical Zoom lens that supports the 12MP resolution F2.0 aperture, just like the Mi 6. Finally, let’s mention that the front camera is 8MP resolution.
Mi 6 and Mi 6 Pro are powered by Snapdragon 835, one of the best chipsets of its time. Samsung manufactures this chipset with a 10nm (10LPP) manufacturing process. If we touch on the CPU part in detail, it has Arm’s Cortex-A73 high performance cores and Cortex-A55 efficiency cores. On the GPU side, the Adreno 540 welcomes us. In our current time it is still a chipset that can meet all your needs.
Finally, Mi 6 and Mi 6 Pro have 3350mAh battery capacity and come with 18W fast charging support.
The Mi 6 Pro, codenamed Centaur, is a tested and unfortunately unreleased prototype device. Today, we compared Mi 6 Pro and Mi 6 in detail and explained their differences. If you want to learn more about such prototype devices, don’t forget to follow us. If you want to see more prototype devices, check out the Xiaomiui Prototypes channel. You can access the Xiaomiui Prototypes channel by clicking here.