Xiaomi plans to unveil its new smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi 5X, on 26 July. New images, posters and renders have been surfacing online which have given us a glimpse of the phone's design. However, now the company has released an official 15-second teaser revealing the design of the phone is greater detail, according to Androidpure.
The video shows the three colours in which the phone will come i.e. Black, Pink and Gold. Also visible is the horizontal dual-camera setup which is present in other Chinese flagship mobiles such as OnePlus 5 and Oppo R11. The fingerprint sensor is present at the back of the phone in a similar location like the Huawei Honor 8 Pro.
A report in Gizmochina claims that the device has already seen more than 200,000 registrations. Official specifications have not yet been leaked but a poster featuring the phone's promotion showed that the phone will be having a 5.5-inch full HD display. There is also mention of a Snapdragon 635 chipset alongside 4 GB of RAM in the poster. There has been speculation of a higher-end variant of the phone as well. The price of the Xiaomi MI 5X has been revealed to be 1,999 yuan (around Rs 19,000).
It was earlier believed that the phone would be launching under the Xiaomi sub brand. However, the phone is being announced under the Mi brand itself. Along with the launch of the Mi 5X, Xiaomi will also be releasing MIUI 9.
Published Date: Jul 25, 2017 12:06 pm | Updated Date: Jul 25, 2017 12:06 pm