The bigger version will be called Mi 6 Plus or Mi 6 Pro.
The dual-lens camera is placed in the top-left corner on the rear and there is no camera bump as seen on other flagship devices.
Xiaomi will livestream the event, which can be watched on company's website as well as official YouTube page.
As for whether the smartphone will be launched at tomorrow's event, only time will tell.
Additionaly, the Xiaomi Mi 6 features a 3,350 mAh battery which the company claims can easily last a day. The higher-end variant is expected to feature a ceramic body similar to Mi 2. On the software front, rumors suggest the phablet will boot MIUI 8 out of the box, based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. It will also come with a fingerprint sensor at the front and an 8-megapixel front camera. With both devices expected to get announced very shortly, here are some things that we want to run by to help you prepare for the unveiling that is going to take place in a few hours. In terms of storage, one can expect 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variants. The smartphone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 chipset coupled with an Adreno 506 GPU and 4GB of RAM.
The Xiaomi Mi Max 2 could launch alongside the Xiaomi Mi 6 on April 19, and the device just popped up online.
The Mi Max 2 is expected to priced between CNY 1,499 (around Rs 14,000) and CNY 1,699 (around Rs 15,900). Other rumored features of the Mi6 include Snapdragon 835, 6GB RAM, a 5.2-inch display, IP68 waterproofing, and USB Type-C port. This processor is paired with 6GB RAM that can handle multi-tasking swiftly without any lag or clutter.
Back in the past, Xiaomi flaunts a video teaser for their new flagship Mi 6 with a tag line "You waited for 203 days, we waited for seven years" (Translated).