Xiaomi schedules an event on November 24th, is it for the Mi5?

    Xiaomi has a number of device pending to be launched by year end. And it's no surprise that the Xiaomi Mi5 is among them. With the delay in release of the Qualcomm 820 SoC the Chinese smartphone maker had no option than to delay the launch of their yearly flagship.

    Xiaomi schedules an event on November 24th, is it for the Mi5?

    However it seems that its launch might be round the corner considering the fact that Xiaomi has now officially announced an event on the November of 24th.

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    While the event may have Xiaomi launching some other product including the recently leaked Redmi Note 2 Pro, Mi Pad 2 some analysts in China firmly believe that the event will be starred by the Mi5. However nothing can be taken for granted especially when it's related to Xiaomi.

    Xiaomi schedules an event on November 24th, is it for the Mi5?

    In fact a month back tipsters had speculated that Xiaomi will be launching their flagship product at the October 19th event. Sadly, it turned out to be a launch of the new 60 inch Mi TV. Nevertheless Xiaomi is providing an opportunity for Mi fans to attend the November 24th event. But do keep in mind that you have to dole out $30 (Rs 1,950) for a pass. There are a total of 500 passes available for Mi fans living in China so better hurry if you plan to see the charismatic Hugo Barra and Bin Lin share the stage.

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    Apparently Xiaomi President Bin Lin has posted a picture of the invite which supposedly shows the chassis of the alleged smartphone.

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