Xiaomi Mi 5X specs and possible price leak!

And while we wait for the first Lanmi X1 model to make its appearance, a leaked poster on Weibo shows up and blows our mind, with more info on the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 5X model!

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The leaked image appeared a couple of hours ago and presumably belongs to the Mi 5X mid-range smartphone. According to the leakster, this new model will be equipped with a Snapdragon 625 SoC, 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage, but there are no news about a possible microSD slot. The Mi 5X will pack a dual camera on its back side (OV12A10 OmniVision sensor + OV13880 OmniVision sensor) along with a front facing 5MP camera with a S5K5E8 sensor.

The poster reveals the possible price of this Xiaomi model, which is expected to be 1999 Yuan or approximately $295. We have no more info on this upcoming model from the Chinese company, but we will let you know the moment something new comes up.

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  1. Marius Cirsta
    July 16, 2017

    Lol, I wonder if Xiaomi is getting the Snapdragon 625 for free. They just seem to love it so much

    • suspect008
      July 16, 2017

      heheh comment of the day 😀 😀

    • Yeti hand
      July 16, 2017

      So true ?

    • Muhammad Yasir
      July 17, 2017

      and i’m starting to HATE it !

  2. Hendri Go
    July 16, 2017

    snapdragon 625?..come on xiaomi….

  3. Miroslav
    July 16, 2017

    snap 625 for 300$ :DDDDDDDDD

  4. Muhammad Yasir
    July 17, 2017

    660 please

  5. Detective iBROW
    July 17, 2017

    For that price I might as well call it a day with either a Mi Max 2 or Lenovo P2 ffs? Are they serious about this?

  6. Guaire
    July 18, 2017

    This price is a good example of what happens an OEM sells at offline markets and spends heavily on marketing. Also it is an answer to Oppo and Vivo’s huge success in China.

    We can fully expect an iPhone Plus look alike like R9 and R11 from Oppo and X9 and X9s from Vivo. Chinese consumers obviously in love with those iPhone Plus clones.

    5.5″ full metal body and iPhone-esque antenna lines, rounded edges, though a bit smaller than iPhone Plus but still nearly big bezels and probably big home button on the front, similar lay-out of ports, screws and speaker grilss at the bottom.

    If it can be widely available and marketed well with that neary a third of the price of iPhone 7 Plus and 33% cheaper than Oppo R11 it might be a success in China.