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Mi 6 Teardown is here! Its time to take apart the new phone from Xiaomi and see how it works from the inside. Xiaomi claims their new phone is 'Splash Proof'. What does that even mean!? And finally putting the phone back together Ill remove the color from the rear glass panel so you can see the insides of the Mi 6 while you are using it!
If you want to see how to take apart your Xiaomi Mi 6 this is the disassembly and reassembly video to watch.
Here is the Xiaomi Mi 6 Durability Video: https://youtu.be/wEpsQIz3tPI
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