Xiaomi Mi5 Black variant Hands-On images leaked

    Xiaomi Mi5 has been a victim to many a teasers for the past few months. Today the upcoming Xiaomi flagship leaked yet again thanks to a pair of hands on images of the device.

    Xiaomi Mi5 Black variant Hands-On images leaked

    The leaked images of a black variant of the Xiaomi Mi5 which were posted on Weibo earlier today has now been pulled down. This comes just a few weeks after renders of the alleged Xiaomi Mi5 got leaked. The previously reported renders had revealed that Xiaomi will launch their flagship device in not two but four colour variants namely Pink, Gold, White and Black.

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    Xiaomi, themselves have also posted many a teasers of the upcoming smartphone, including a one which showed the anterior of the Mi5 in full glory. More recently the high flying Chinese brand confirmed that the Xiaomi Mi5 will indeed don the latest gen Qualcomm SoC i.e. the Snapdragon 820 under the hood.

    Xiaomi Mi5 Black variant Hands-On images leaked

    For those unaware the Xiaomi Mi5 is rumoured to come with a 5.2 inch QHD (2560x1440p) IPS display, 4GB RAM, 16MP/13MP camera combo and a 3,600mAh battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0. Beside that the leaked renders further reveal that the Mi5 will come with a rectangular home button which will have a Fingerprint Sensor embedded inside.

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    More details of the smartphone is expected to emerge as the Jan 21st launch date inch closer.

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