Dual-camera Xiaomi Mi 5X leaks out in press renders a week prior to its debut

Yesterday, we passed on the news that Xiaomi is holding a double product launch, so to speak, on this July 26. Aside from announcing the 9th iteration of the in-house MIUI interface, China's Xiaomi is also pegged to show the upper mid-range Mi 5X handset, which will likely feature some 4GB of RAM, a 5.5-inch Full HD display up front, and most importantly, an efficient Snapdragon 625 chipset.

Just a week prior to the announcement of the device, a bunch of press renders has leaked out straight from an official Xiaomi website, giving us a sneak peek at the three color variants of the Mi 5X. Judging from the renders, the device might be available in gold, black, and rose gold colors, which is a pretty standard color selection in this day and age. 

Aside from the colors, the renders reaffirm the previous rumors and leaks that the device will be boasting a dual-camera setup at the rear and a fingerprint scanner at the back of the phone. A set of signature Xiaomi navigation keys up front are complementing the looks of the handset. It's pretty safe to say that this one will be an all-metal affair, which is pretty much the norm at the moment.

We will know more about the Mi 5X come July 26.

source: Xiaomi via AndroidTreasure

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  • Display 5.5" 1080 x 1920 pixels
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  • Storage 64 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3080 mAh



1. Avieshek unregistered

Can't wait to see how they copy the bezel-less iPhone in $250s edition.

3. Guaire

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Not gonna happen.

4. Papa_Ji

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Chup madharch*d...

2. Bondurant

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honor 8 pro.

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