Although it seems that no, Xiaomi launches many mobile phones a year, and, in general, most are mid-range, and that’s something that we like the users of this type of terminals, but, sometimes, it also confuses us.
But, to give you an idea, The best thing that the Chinese firm has in the middle range right now is the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro, along with the Xiaomi Mi 6X. And, the Xiaomi Mi A2 – the terminal with the same specifications as the Xiaomi Mi 6X – with Android One of the company is about to come out.
And, as is normal, it is possible that a question is hovering in your head, on equal terms in the mid-range, do I choose Android Pure with the Xiaomi Mi A2, or MIUI with the Mi 6X? As well, today we are going to give you 4 reasons to choose MIUI and one to choose Android Pure, let’s see them!
Android Puro and its aesthetics are pretty good, why are we going to deny it, it is becoming more and more minimalist and neat, however, the truth is that launchers with applications box are becoming more lazy, and for people who have many applications installed can be a real mess.
However, in MIUI you will have all the applications in the different pages of the launcher itself, as in iOS, and you can send to graze the ones you never use thanks to a folder, as they send the canons, without having to worry about removing the launcher and ordering the new ones you install, a real joy.
But do you know what is best? That if you are one of those who think in an opposite way to me, you can install a Google Play launcher and leave everything to your liking, because that’s the good thing that Android has, personalization. And in the case of Xiaomi terminals, you can elevate it to the cube.
And that is, in case you did not know, the terminals of the company have a theme store where you can download the ones you like the most, in fact
Another reason why we consider that MIUI can benefit you more than Android Puro in a terminal with these characteristics is the presence of certain extras that we miss in the stock version of the system, and the individual blocking of applications is one of them.
And, thanks to MIUI we will be able to block individually the applications that we select, so that, before opening them, the terminal requests that we introduce a pattern or our fingerprint.
A step that adds more security to sensitive applications, such as our gallery, Amazon and other applications whose misuse could get us in a mess. Something that Android stock does not have, and we do not know how long it will take for the big G to enter into its operating system. After all, the most important thing of our mobile is the data that we have inside it, and we have to take care of them as much as possible. Especially if we work with the mobile.
And, speaking of working with the mobile, the truth is that, in many cases we could use luxury to have two identical applications installed in the same terminal, and, yes, in some you can enter several accounts to use that application, but in the vast majority of them not.
And, the truth is that in those where you can, applications often do not arrive until we leave an account and enter the other, and this is an absolute hindrance if we want fluidity in our day to day and in the tasks we perform with our smartphone.
Luckily, if you choose the Xiaomi Mi 6X, you can have two WhatsApp applications – each with a different number – or even several Facebook or Dropbox applications, completely independent and that you can configure at will without modifying the original application, or install a third-party application, wonderful, right?
Yes, there are enough reasons to choose the terminal with MIUI, and we will not deny it, but the truth is that Android Puro, no matter how aesthetics does not convince us -to a few- Regarding the uniformity of MIUI and iOS, it is still better than any layer.
And it is that, unless you value in particular any of the additions that we have just shown you, the truth is that the best option for you is to wait for the launch of the acclaimed Xiaomi Mi A2 with Android One, that will foreseeably have these specifications.
|Xiaomi Mi 6X|
|Dimensions and weight||159 x 75.5 x 7.3 millimeters. 166 grams of weight|
|screen||5.99 inch Full HD + IPS Panel with 18: 9|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 12 nm and 8 cores Kryo 260 at 2.2 GHz. Adreno 512 GPU|
|RAM||4 or 6 GB|
|Storage||64 or 128 GB expandable|
|Cameras||Back of dual 12 MP IMX486 +20 MP Sony IMX376. Front of 20 MP Sony IMX376|
|Battery||3.010 mAh with Quick Charge Quick Charge 3.0|
|Others||Rear fingerprint reader, AI-based facial unlocking, infrared emitter, My AI virtual assistant (only in China)|
As you can see, it is an incredible midrange terminal, with the Snapdragon 660 that touches the performance of a high-end, and that Google is assured of support as if it were such, that is, two years of updates.
This, added to a system much less loaded by the absence of Xiaomi’s personalization layer, and the security of being able to update Android P and Android Q, can make us enjoy a brutal experience.
And you, are you going to wait for the Xiaomi Mi A2? Or do you prefer to buy the Xiaomi Mi 6X?