Xiaomi Mi5 is a new device planned to announce next yeah, and before the announcement, let's see the selling points of it.
1. Hardware specifications Snapdragon 820,
up to 2.2 GHz quad core,
Qualcomm Adreno 530 GPU,
camera is Up to 25MP,
Qualcomm Spectra Image Sensor Processor (14-bit dual-ISP),
video Up to 4K Ultra HD capture and playback,
4K Ultra HD output,
1080p and 4K external display support,
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0,
Qualcomm WiPower wireless charging,
Snapdragon X12 LTE with Global Mode,
LTE Cat 12/13 (up to 600 Mbps DL 150 Mbps UL),
LTE FDD and TDD,
WCDMA (DB-DC-HSDPA, DC-HSUPA),
EV-DO and CDMA 1x
LTE/Wi-FI link aggregation, LTE-U,
LTE Dual SIM, Dual Active (DSDA),
HD Voice over 3G and VoLTE,
Wi-Fi calling with LTE call continuity,
Qualcomm VIVE 802.11ac Wifi, UFS 2.0,
SD 3.0 (UHS-I),
LPDDR4 1866MHz dual-channel,
2. Fingerprint plus IRIS scanner
With Android Marshmallow 6.0 expected to be running on Xiaomi Mi5, there is going to added security, which is much needed on a vulnerable operating system like Android. Fingerprint scanners and Iris scanner in Android smartphones have become extremely common, we hope to find these sacurity features on the device.
3. Force Touch tech
Xiaomi Mi5 is also expected to sport a new Force Touch tech, which will allow users to trigger a bunch of functions by pressing the screen of the smartphone with a varied amount of pressure, and we are going to have to wait for the smartphone to actually be announced in order to confirm this.
4. 4K video recording at 60FPS
All high-end smartphones are limited to recording 4K videos at 30FPS. While that is impressive, it is high time that flagship smartphones shifted to the 5th gear and came out with camera sensors that could easily record 4K videos at a steady 60FPS. Previously, it was a matter of processing performance and limited sensor technology, but now thanks to company’s like Sony, (which owns the highest smartphone camera sensor market), OmniVision and Samsung, and several others, camera sensor technology is moving at a rapid pace. Xiaomi Mi5 possesses the necessary firepower to playback 4K videos, as well as record it, so we are hoping to see such a feature present in the upcoming flagship product.
5. Superior fast charging
Thanks to Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0, Xiaomi Mi5 is going to have its battery charged from 0-80 percent in just 35 minutes. However, the latest improvement from the charging technology does not necessarily mean that your smartphone's battery will be charged to 100 percent in a very short period of time, because this will normally take place when the battery level is at low levels.
Xiaomi Mi5 is also going to carry a much smaller price tag in comparison to its other rival’s smartphones, which is definitely the reason why the company has managed to be successful all this time. While we do not have the release date of the smartphone, we will keep you updated on the latest specification changes, if we happen to come across them ourselves.