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Mi 6X (likely to be called Mi A2 in India), the upcoming mid-range smartphone from the Chinese phone maker, is expected to make an appearance in less than 24 hours at a launch event scheduled for April 25 in China. But, as we near the Mi 6X/ Mi A2 launch, a couple more leaks have emerged to tickle the reader's fantasy further. These include a leaked hands-on video of the smartphone, an official video that shows off the AI capabilities of the Mi 6X/ Mi A2 camera, and certain teaser images of the Flame Red colour variant.
The short 4-second hands-on video, spotted on SlashLeaks, gives us a look at the Xiaomi Mi 6X hours before launch. The video first shows the 18:9 display (without a notch) and then switches to the back to show a vertical dual rear camera setup just like the one seen on the Redmi Note 5 Pro.
Separately, another video has been posted online, but this time by Xiaomi itself. Available on the company's official website, this video shows the Flame Red variant of the Mi 6X as the actor takes pictures of what seems like Los Angeles in the backdrop. Next, the video shows the prowess of the 20-megapixel front camera. Notably, Xiaomi had previously posted teaser images taken with the selfie camera of the smartphone.
And, lastly, Xiaomi took to Weibo on Monday to post more than half a dozen teaser images of the Flame Red colour variant of the mid-range handset. This is a new colour option from Xiaomi and has never been seen on any of their previous smartphones yet.
With that, we have possibly reached the end of rumours, teasers, and leaks around the Xiaomi Mi 6X. We will get a much clearer idea about the specifications, pricing details, and availability once the smartphone is launched on Wednesday in China.