Lei Jun, Xiaomi Chief Executive Officer, has confirmed on Weibo that Xiaomi Mi 6 Lite does not exist.
For many Xiaomi Mi 6 Lite Authors is a cheaper and more efficient version of Xiaomi Mi 6. Because of the quick way this information has been taken over, Lei Jun decided to officially announce that they are fake.
Very nice. We all know that Xiaomi is based on the online community gathered around it. A community that receives information and mediates it quickly and for free. Unfortunately, there are authors who use less honest methods to get traffic and SEO benefits. The only way to stop these practices is to officially recognize fake news.
I said above that there are also SEO benefits. Most online news projects are based on search engine traffic. Traffic it monetizes through various methods. When they release a news story, smaller sites with undemanding moderators take over the news and publish it with the source. Each recommendation means a new link. These links generate SEO benefits.
Everything is calculated. Benefits. Disadvantages. Traffic. Everything. It was a time when those who used to fake were left alone. But their methods had results and the readers were misleading. A simple method with very serious consequences.
The Mi 6 has a Snapdragon 835 processor, the top-end Qualcomm chip. Elsewhere there’s 6GB of RAM, a 5.15-inch display as seen on the Mi 5, and a 3350mAh battery. Xiaomi is also including a 12-megapixel dual-camera array that takes Apple’s approach of pairing the regular wide-angle lens with one of double the focal length.
The design is similar to the Mi 5 with its curved glass back and metal frame, though Xiaomi is highlighting a distinctive blue and gold colorway and the rear glass panel that curves along all four edges.