Xiaomi Mi 5X specifications and price details leaked

Xiaomi is expected to unveil its new sub-brand under the name "Lanmi", and according to a new leak, the first smartphone it will launch can be named as Xiaomi 5X. The image appears to show a man holding a phone with a dual camera setup, which could also mean that the Mi 5x is simply the online only variant of the LanMi X1.

As per the leak, Xiaomi Mi 5X will be equipped with 5.5-inches Full HD display with 1080 pixels resolution. There were lots of rumors about Xiaomi's latest smartphone recently. Besides that, we also know that the phone will sport 4GB of RAM and carry a price of 1999 Yuan or $296 in China. It will come with MIUI 9 adds the report, and says the launch should take place on July 26.

Unfortunately, that's everything we know about the upcoming smartphone. The model teased in the poster is speculated to be a standard variant of Xiaomi 5X, while earlier rumours suggest the first Lanmi phone could be powered by Snapdragon 660 chipset coupled with 4GB/6GB RAM, offering 64GB/128GB storage options. The poster does not mention anything in regards to the resolution of the display, so that is something that will have to wait until details are revealed by Xiaomi. And the Xiaomi 5X could be the first Xiaomi device to have a 16MP selfie snapper.

More leaks suggest that the Mi 5X will have dual OmniVision sensors, the OV12A10 OmniVision sensor + OV13880 OmniVision sensor, along with a front facing 5MP camera with a S5K5E8 sensor.

Meanwhile, the Chinese smartphone maker is also planning to launch the successors of Redmi 4, Redmi Note 4 and Redmi 4A. Not much else is known about the phone, but more information is likely to surface as the Chinese company is expected to officially announce the handset very soon.

So, with a new sub-brand aimed at the offline market, Xiaomi is looking to bolster its presence in the market. The company is further said to compete with companies like Oppo and Vivo, which are majorly dependent of offline sale.

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