Recently Xiaomi announced the Redmi 3 as an addition to the Redmi smartphone series and now the apple of china is about to launch another smartphone, The Xiaomi Mi5 as an addition to the Mi smartphone series. As per traditions, rumors and news leaks are in the year. The latest piece of news on Xiaomi Mi5 is its two variants.
Out of both the variants, One of the Xiaomi Mi5 variant will come with a Full HD display with 2.5D curved glass on the front and rear panels. It will also have a metal frame and will be called as Xiaomi Mi5. Meanwhile, the another variant will have a full metal body and a QHD display. However, the size of these flagships will be same and will be called as Xiaomi Mi5 Plus.
Something more About Xiaomi Mi5 and Mi5 Plus.
Not only on looks, these variants will also be differentiated based RAM & Internal Storage It is said that glass variant (Xiaomi Mi5) will come with a 3GB RAM and 32GB Internal storage and the premium model i.e. Metallic variant (Xiaomi Mi5 Plus) with a 4GB RAM and 64GB Internal storage. The former shall be priced at Rs. 20,300 and the latter at Rs. 23,400.
Earlier before this, it was rumored that Xiaomi Mi5 would have a 5.2 inch display with QHD and Full HD display based on the variants you buy. RAM and ROM will vary from 3 GB or 4 GB to 32 GB or 64 GB based on your purchase. The phone will sport a dual camera with 16 MP on the back side and 13 MP on the front side. Xiaomi Mi 5 will have a 3600 mAh battery only charge with Quick Charge 3.0.
As for processor, the Xiaomi Mi5 & Xiaomi Mi5 Plus will be sporting a Snapdragon 820 and will run on the latest Android version i.e. Android 6.0 Marshmallow and MIUI 7. The date about the launch has not been pin pointed to a particular date. However, a estimation has been given. It will be launched after the Spring Festival which tarts from February 8th this year and extends up to 15 days.
If you are a Xiaomi lover and are/or looking forward to buying this phone, then I have a piece of good news for you. The Co-Founder and Senior VP of Xiaomi has confirmed that there will be enough units available at the time of launch.