Video mode gives you a choice of 2160p@30fps and 1080p@30fps for simple shooting with a 720p@120fps option if you want some slow-motion effects. Whats missing is the 1080p@60fps mode. No telephoto videos either.
Video quality is average to say the least, and is by no means, competitive. Its good enough for personal recording, but if you are someone who likes to do serious videography, this may not be the device for you.
Overall, Xiaomi has gone for a pretty standard camera setup. Yes, the dual camera gimmick looks enticing, but then again, the company has some work to do in the department.
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The Xiaomi Mi 6 features a non-removable 3350 mAh battery, with Quick charge 3.0 support. This means that along side giving the user a days worth of comfortable usage, the charger will also give you 55% juice in just 30 minutes. Here however, the real time performance of the smartphone really depends on the individual usage, and quoting numbers here will not do full justice.
Overall, the Xiaomi Mi 6 is quite definitely the best of the Mi lineup, and has all the credentials to take on the best in the business and get stellar results. Yes, Xiaomi has made some courageous decisions this time around, but they are decisions that don’t really impede usage. So if you are looking for a flagship that doesn’t cost as much and still delivers a bang for the buck, the Mi 6 is your answer.
XIAOMI MI 6 DELIVERS A STUNNER OF A DEVICE AT A RESONABLE PRICE TAG