Xiaomi's 5X could be its first sub-brand phone

Xiaomi's 5X could be its first sub-brand phone

By launching the new brand, My Drivers says that Xiaomi has mainly aiming to increase its offline presence. The device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Recently, an image of a mysterious Xiaomi smartphone has leaked online, and this report suggests the device in the picture is Xiaomi 5X. An image of what's said to be the first phone under the upcoming sub-brand has already leaked (see below). We are not sure when this phone will become official, but we are keeping an eye to bring all latest updates of Xiaomi Mi 5X. According to the report which was posted online today, the Xiaomi 5X will come with a display screen of 5.5 inches and powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor. Provided the poster is indeed the real deal, the Xiaomi 5X will be priced at 1999 yuan in China, which converts to roughly $294 based on the current exchange rate. The handset sports dual rear cameras coupled with a dual-tone dual-LED flash on its left. In terms of camera, the Xiaomi 5X can have a rear dual camera setup containing two 12MP sensors (a Sony IMX386 sensor and a Samsung S5k3m3 sensor). On the design front, the upcoming Xiaomi phone is expected to feature an all-metal body that looks fairly premium, despite being a mid-ranged smartphone.

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Xiaomi has been in the news since they revealed to be working on a new sub-brand named "Lanmi" via micro-blogging site Weibo. However, the new leak reveals no details about the resolution of the display, but a previous leak claimed that it will most likely end up being 1080p, much like many other mid-range phones from Xiaomi.

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