Xiaomi’s Mi 6 was launched way back in 2017 and since then it has received only one major Android Oreo update. Now the company has decided to roll out the MIUI 10 9.4.22 beta update for the Mi 6 smartphone and the same has been announced officially by Xiaomi. Now the users of the Mi 6 should be happy to receive the update but as of now, the rollout is limited for active Mi forum users only so everyone will not be receiving the same.
Since this is a beta update, it is strictly suggested that to wait for the final update instead of installing the beta. Most of the beta updates will be having many bugs which need fixes and the company itself announced that some of the applications might be having incompatibility issues. Furthermore, the users cannot roll back once they have updated their Mi 6 smartphone to this latest beta.
It is also said that users might face Google related service issues or features flashback errors one the update in installed. For this, the user needs to completely uninstall and then reinstall all the Google services. Well, talking about the specs of this classic device from Xiaomi, it comes a 5.15-inch display with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolutions. This splash resistant handset comes with a front and back glass setup along with a stainless steel frame.
It came out of the box with Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS and is powered with 10nm Snapdragon 835 SoC with eight cores coupled with Adreno 540. It comes in 4GB as well as 6GB RAM options along with 64GB and 128GB of storage options. It came with dual camera setup of 12MP + 12MP on the rear with Dual-Led dual tone flash along with HDR and many other features. The company also included an 8MP selfie sensor on the front.
The device features 3350 mAh battery with the support for 18W fast charging technology and also has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor to enhance the security levels. Furthermore, it came with Gorilla Glass 4 protection on top to give it more durability. Well, do you own a Mi 6 smartphone from Xiaomi? Are you planning to update to the latest beta update? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.