A journalist (R) listens to an explanation about Xiaomi's new mobile phone Mi Max from a staff member at its launch in Beijing May 10, 2016. Reuters/Kim Kyung-Hoon

It has already been reported that the Xiaomi Mi 6 will be available in three different variants. The first version will sport a MediaTek Helio X30 processor, the second, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and the third, most-premium variant will sport the Snapdragon 835 chip as well as a dual-curved touchscreen. Fresh details have also suggested that the most-premium variant will also have a ceramic body like the Xiaomi Mi Mix and 6GB of RAM. The first two variants will have 4GB of RAM.

According to GSMArena, there is still no news as to when the Xiaomi Mi 6 handset will be released though numerous leaks have suggested a March or April release. However, the Snapdragon 835 chipset will be exclusive to Samsung first, till it releases Galaxy S8. The Mi 6 handset will be offered in 128GB and 256GB storage capacities though neither of these will be entry-level options. It will sport a 12MP main camera and also use Sony’s IMX362 sensor, 3,000+ mAh battery and Android 7.0 Nougat OS.

The entry-level Xiaomi Mi 6 handset will allegedly cost ¥1,999 (AU$390 approx). The second variant, ¥2,499 (AU$480 approx), and the third variant, ¥2,999 (AU$580). The premium version may be called Xiaomi Mi 6 Pro. Meanwhile, the Xiaomi Mi Notebook 2 details have been revealed. Its predecessor, the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air was praised by experts. Now, the second-generation Mi Notebook Air may go into production in from April. Technical details about the notebook haven’t been released yet.

However, rumours suggest that the Xiaomi Mi Notebook 2 will be lighter, more powerful and more efficient. It is expected to be moderately-priced as this is Xiaomi’s strong point. It offers amazing devices at nearly half the prices of devices developed by the biggies in the likes of Apple, Samsung and Google. This has been Xiaomi’s go-to business strategy, writes Uber Gizmo.