A few new renders of the supposedly upcoming Xiaomi Flagship, the Mi 5 has been seen and it feels a bit Samsung-like. Recently, renders of the said upcoming Xiaomi flagship were seen through china’s cnmo.com site, wherein the rendered photo is clearly seen.
The 2.5D glass felt very Galaxy S-series like, though from the overall look of the design, the 2.5D glass is the only thing that reminded us of the Samsung’s flagship lineup. The Home button was weirdly circular and it showcases pretty slim bezels. What strikes us odd though is that the titular Mi logo isn’t in sight, with the logo expected to be at the top left of the phone.
The Mi 5 is expected to pack some seriously massive specs in its pocket, with a promised Snapdragon 820 running the show, a fingerprint scanner fixed on the home button and other unmentioned high-end specs that Xiaomi is keeping from all of us, until the Mi 5 is official anyways. What do you think of the Mi 5? Hit us up on the comments section, we’d love to listen to your thoughts.
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