First Xiaomi Mi 5X video teaser released ahead of July 26 official reveal


Xiaomi's next Android smartphone is not going to be a flagship, as the Chinese company readies a mid-range product that will be announced on July 26. More importantly, the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 5X will probably be among the cheapest smartphones to feature a dual-camera setup.

With less than 48 hours until the official reveal of the Mi 5X, Xiaomi published the first video that highlights some of the most important features of the mid-range smartphone. The 15-second video offers a glimpse at the phone's dual-camera and overall design.

Aside from the fact that it comes with a dual-camera setup, Xiaomi hasn't yet confirmed any of the phone's other specs, but thanks to the listing at FCC (Federal Communications Commission) we already know some things about the Mi 5X.

For starters, Xiaomi Mi 5X is expected to pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, paired with 4GB RAM. An enhanced version of the phone might come with a Snapdragon 660 CPU inside and probably slightly more RAM and storage.

Along with the Mi 5X, Xiaomi will introduce the new MIUI 9, something that fans of the brand had been expecting for quite a long time. Lastly, Xiaomi's mid-ranger is likely to ship with Android 7.1 Nougat on board, and it will be powered by a 3,000 mAh battery.

source: AndroidPure

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2 Comments

1. splus

Posts: 163; Member since: Nov 26, 2011

LOL, they are trying to hide the large bezels by only showing the back of the phone!

2. lhtbinh1909

Posts: 94; Member since: Apr 02, 2013

at 0:05, I don't think the bezel that large well, if it's true

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