Xiaomi Mi5 to launch on January 21 in 2016 with a Physical Home Button!

    Xiaomi Mi5 has been the centre of debate for a number of tipsters and media worldwide. However it seems that the flagship smartphone from Xiaomi all set to make a debut soon.

    Xiaomi Mi5 to launch on January 21 in 2016 with a Physical Home Button

    A few days back an image of the alleged Xiaomi flagship with a narrow bezels was spotted on Weibo. Now yet another render has emerged which gives a number of intricate details about the long awaited Xiaomi Mi5.

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    The leaked renders reveals the front of the Xiaomi Mi5 sporting a physical home button - similar to the ones seen in the Meizu smartphones. If the renders are to be believed then the Mi5 will be first device from the company to come with a physical home key.

    Furthermore it's believed that the home button of the Mi5 will come integrated with a Fingerprint Sensor - similar to the ones found in the Meizu MX5 and the OnePlus 2. The renders also corresponds to the previous leaked image which showed a near bezel-less design of the smartphone.

    Recently Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi gave a hint that the Mi5 is coming rather soon possibly in January. Now the render of the smartphone which got leaked in Weibo comes with a similar information. In fact its reveals that Xiaomi will be announcing the Xiaomi Mi5 on 21st of January in China.

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    Just to recall leaked specifications of the Xiaomi Mi5 include a 5.2 inch QHD (1440x2560p) Force Touch display, Snapdragon 820 SoC and 4GB RAM. Other specifications include a 21MP rear camera, 8MP front camera and 64GB of internal storage. Moreover the Xiaomi Mi5 is reported to run on Android Marshmallow 6.0 with the company's MIUI7 ROM on top.


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