A year ago the Xiaomi Mi 5 came out as one of the most beautiful, most powerful and most capable smartphones we have tested. To try and build on that its successor will have a few different versions, aiming to cater to a much wider audience.
The first will be with Helio X30 and will cost CNY1,999 (or about $290), the second device will sport the mighty Snapdragon 835 and will be priced at CNY2499 (approx. $360). The third option will also come with Qualcomm’s latest chipset but will have dual-edge curved display (akin to Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge) and is going to go for CNY2999/$434.
The Mi 6 might be officially released at MWC in Barcelona next month. We'll be onsite to report back once Hugo Barra shows it on stage.
kryo200 seems to be a rumored name of kryo280 which was supposed to be in sd830(which is actually sd835) and cores in sd820&sd821 are just called "kryo" .
Hope Xiaomi will put ufs2.1 on X30 too... So we can compare real-life performances X30 vs S835. If Xiaomi put eMMC5.1, comparison will be unfair
Rumors... Even overcloked version of x20 (x25 or x27) rarely cut down cortex A72... Far far far far less than Snapdragon 652 (not to mention the 810 scandal!) A little vidéo : https://youtu.be/pgQtiv5fSH0 GPU throttles on some ...