Oh no where did the QHD go? Xiaomi Mi5 to come with a 1080p display!

    Xiaomi has already announced that they will be officially launching the much awaited Mi5 at the event in China on Feb 24. Besides that the Xiaomi Mi5 will also be showcased at this year's Mobile World Congress at Barcelona.

    Oh no where did the QHD go? Xiaomi Mi5 to come with a 1080p display!

    Now a new report have cropped up which claims that the Chinese company will also launch a Windows 10 variant of the model alongside the Android one.

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    Interestingly, though Xiaomi has partnered with Microsoft in the past to develop Windows 10 ROM for a few of its device. In fact the predecessor of the Xiaomi M5, namely the Mi4 has a Windows 10 version. Xiaomi had apparently signed an agreement with Microsoft to provide the Technical Preview of the ROM to their highly successful smartphone. Off late Xiaomi launched a Windows 10 variant of the Mi Pad 2 in China.

    Oh no where did the QHD go? Xiaomi Mi5 to come with a 1080p display!

    Apart from the OS though, everything is quite identical between two variants of the Xiaomi Mi5. If the rumours turn out to be the Windows 10 variant of the Xiaomi Mi5 can be expected to be showcased at the event in MWC.

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    In yet another happening, Xiaomi President Liwan Jiang has reportedly confirmed that the upcoming flagship smartphone from the company will come with a Full HD display in place of the much rumored QHD one. This is a rather disappointing news for those who just love bragging about the resolution of their smartphone display.

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