Xiaomi Mi5 to feature a 5.3 inch QHD display, SD820, 4GB RAM and 16MP camera [REPORT]

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    A new set of leaks further emphasizes on the fact that the all new Xiaomi Mi5 will come with the Snapdragon 820 under the hood. Earlier in the day, a leaked Antutu benchmark screenshot allegedly showed the Mi5 to score an impressive score of 73,075.Now, another rumour has cropped up which depicts the detailed specs of the to-be-released Xiaomi smartphone.

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    Xiaomi Mi5 to feature a 5.3 inch QHD display, SD820, 4GB RAM

    The alleged Xiaomi Mi 5 is rumored to sport a 5.3-inch QHD (2560x1440) display resulting into a sharp 554ppi. Under the hood is the all new Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC octa-core CPU and the Adreno 530 GPU. Besides that it will come with a 4GB of RAM and 16GB/64GB storage variants.

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    There will be no option for memory expansion though. The optics is handled by the 16MP camera with a dual LED flash on the back. There will also be a fingerprint scanner on board along with a USB-Type C port. Additionally the device will be powered by a 3030mAh battery - no improvement from the previous generation.

    The Xiaomi Mi5 is tipped to run Android 5.1.1 with the company's latest iteration, MIUI 7 running on top. Expect the device to priced at around Rs 24,000 i.e. $400 - similar to the pricing of the OnePlus 2. The listing also details on the fact that unlike the Mi4, the Mi5 will come with a slim profile at just 5.3mm.

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    But do note that this might be yet another rumour that had cropped up on the to-be-released Mi5, so do take this with a grain of salt.



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