Xiaomi is heavily-rumored to introduce its Mi Mix 2 smartphone at an event in its home-market on September 12th. Fuelling the already-prevailing rumors, there’s another one that claims that the Chinese technology giant will introduce not one, but two Mi Mix 2 variants at its September 12 event. The two variants will reportedly be similar to each other with regards to most of their specifications except for one - storage. One variant is reportedly going to have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage; while the other one will offer 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage.

The one that offers more storage will obviously be more expensive than the other one.

Price of both the devices

According to a Report published by Gizmo China, the smartphone with 6GB of RAM alongside 128GB of internal storage is expected to be available at a starting price of $599, while the one offering 8GB of RAM along with 256GB of internal storage is going to be available for around $749. As the smartphones already come with an abundance of space, it is highly likely that the Chinese technology giant won’t be providing the storage expansion option.

Here's the list of specs and features

Previously, as reported by Android Headlines, it had been suggested that Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi Mix 2 is going to be codenamed ‘Chiron.’ The smartphone will mostly be powered by the flagship processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 64-bit system-on-chip.

This comes across as authentic as even last year when Xiaomi introduced its Mi Mix smartphone, it arrived with that year’s flagship processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC. As far as the camera specifications of the smartphone are concerned, the Mi Mix 2 is rumored to carry a 12-megapixel rear shooter, powered by Sony’s IMX386 along with a 5-megapixel front camera, powered by OmniVision’s OV5675.

The leaks have even suggested that the smartphone might be based on a metal-ceramic build this time around.

The primary highlight of the device will be the fact that it might come featuring a 93 percent screen-to-body ratio. The device will probably run on the recently-launched MIUI 9 OS, with an Android-based skin. Last year, Xiaomi introduced its Mi Mix smartphone in the month of October. The company is expected to follow the tradition and launch its successor in October too as there haven’t been any reports of possible delays as yet. Stay tuned for more technology updates.