Redmi Note 5, which might also be flaunting a dual camera at the rear. Aside from the tall display and the dual-camera setup at the rear, the device is also seemingly boasting rather thin bezels at the front. How are we able to tell?One of the possible newcomers to the 18:9 scene is none other than China's Xiaomi, which is reportedly looking forward to releasing its first device of the type very soon. Supposedly, said device will be none other than the Xiaomi
Well, a pair of real-life pictures have popped up, giving us a look at what could be the upcoming Redmi Note 5. Aside from everything mentioned so far, the phone is also boasting signature Xiaomi metal design. You can check them right below.
Aside from that, we don't seem to know anything else particularly interesting pertaining to the phone. Rumors put a Snapdragon 660 or a MediaTek P25 inside, as well as a hefty 4,000mAh battery to top things up. As usual with Xiaomi's mid-range device, 3 and 4GB versions of the device are expected to make the rounds.
As we know more, so will you.