With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 finally ready for market, it’s time for a round of smartphone updates from the usual suspects.

The chip debuted in the Galaxy S8 (full review coming soon), and Xiaomi is now featuring the 835 in the Xiaomi Mi 6, the new flagship for the company’s home market of China.
Unlike the stunning Xiaomi Mi Mix, a slim-bezel “concept” phone from Xiaomi that the company actually sold, the Mi 6 is pretty boring to look at. Xiaomi has fallen back to its standard “do what Apple is doing” design language, with thick bezels on the top and bottom of the phone and a front-mounted fingerprint sensor.
It gets a lot harder to complain when you see the price, though: $362 (RMB 2,499).
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