The 5.15-inch Mi 6 looks like another strong Android phone from Xiaomi, but the company may have missed an opportunity to show how innovative it can be.
Xiaomi went a different route with itsconcept phone last year, but the Mi 6 retains the look and feel of previous Xiaomi flagships, including physical menu keys. Perhaps the Chinese market prefers it this way, but the company could have taken a bold step into a button-less world, like the .
But it’s far from bad. Xiaomi’s new flagship sports top-end specs, including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, and it’s quite the looker. The blue and gold version is stunning, while the normal white and black are ogle-worthy too. While it’s not the first time that Xiaomi has a dual-camera phone (the Redmi Pro was…