Upcoming Xiaomi dual camera smartphone will be exclusive to Flipkart

Xiaomi to launch dual camera phone tomorrow.

    Back in the last week, Xiaomi sent out media invites for a launch event slated to happen in New Delhi on September 5. At the event, the company is likely to unveil a new dual camera smartphone.

    Upcoming Xiaomi dual camera smartphone will be exclusive to Flipkart

    A few days back, Xiaomi teased that the upcoming smartphone will arrive with a flagship dual camera setup at its rear. Following the same, the company posted another teaser on its Twitter handle stating that the upcoming smartphone will be exclusive to the online retailer Flipkart. In one of the Twitter conversations, celebrities such as Daboo Ratnani, Parineeti Chopra, Hardik Pandeya and Ayushman Khurana were engaged.

    As for the device that is likely to be launched in the country tomorrow, it remains unclear whether it will be the Xiaomi Mi 5X or the Xiaomi Mi A1. There is a report suggesting that the Mi 5X might not be launched in the country at the event on September 5. On the other hand, the company is believed to launch a new series of smartphone. As Xiaomi is likely prepping an Android One smartphone allegedly called Mi A1, there are chances for the same to be launched in India.

    From the existing reports, the Android One smartphone from Xiaomi is said to arrive with a dual camera setup. The device is said to be designed based on the Mi 5X and was spotted on the Geekbench database sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC.

    Talking about the launch event to be held in Delhi tomorrow, it will be a global event and the same will be live streamed on the official mi.com website. In just one more day, we will get to know all the details regarding this Xiaomi smartphone all set to be launched in India.

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