Buy the Xiaomi Mi 6 for just $380 with this promo code

So you’ve had your eye on the new Xiaomi Mi 6 smartphone and think it’s possibly your next buy, eh? Well, it is one heck of a phone, what with its 2.45GHz Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB RAM.

Before you go out plunking money down on the first site you find the Mi 6, be sure to swing by Tomtop. We’ve got a promo code that will save you a shade over $30, putting the phone at a mere $379.89 in total.

Simply enter “LSRDSXM6” at the checkout and you’ll drop the cost of the black version of the phone.

Features

  • Screen–5.15inch FHD Eye-protection Screen, 1920*1080pixel
  • CPU–Snapdragon 835 Octa Core 2.45GHz CPU Processor
  • OS–MIUI operation system
  • Capacity–6GB RAM + 64GB ROM Big Storage
  • Camera–Zoom Dual 12.0MP Rear Cameras and 8.0MP Front Camera
  • Battery–Built-in 3350mAh Poly-li Large battery
  • Network–Full Netcom, Dual Card Dual Standby (2 * Nano SIM Card)
  • Function–NFC, Fingerprint ID, QC3.0 technology, Type-C, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, etc

A note to US readers: This phone may not be available to ship to the United States. Moreover, it’s likely you wouldn’t have the carrier support you’d like for data speeds anyhow. With that said, those of you living in other markets and countries will definitely want to check this deal out.

SEE ALSO: Xiaomi Mi 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S8 (Smartphone Showdown)

In addition to the Xiaomi Mi 6, Tomtop offers customers a whole range of products, including mobile devices, auto, games, home & garden, camera & photography, and more. With warehouses located globally, you can find all sorts of products, often at discounted prices.

Editor note: This is a sponsored post from our partners at Tomtop. Publication of this articles does not constitute blanket endorsement however AndroidGuys has vetted the links provided herein.
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