A snapshot of the much awaited fifth generation Xiaomi flagship smartphone Mi5 has surfaced online revealing key camera details.
Technology blog Gizmo China has gotten hold of the Xiaomi device, said to be the upcoming 2015 marquee phone Mi5. In the picture, we see the rear side of the handset. It features glossy black cover with trademark "Mi" logo at the bottom. On top to the right side, two camera modules separated by a couple of LED flash units can be seen. [View the new Xiaomi Mi5 snapshot, HERE]
Though there is no credible proof to suggest this device to be the genuine Xiaomi Mi5 prototype model, going by the recent series of reports, the trend among smartphone makers to equip dual-camera in their devices has been on the rise.
Even Xiaomi's Chinese arch rival OnePlus is also reported to have incorporated the dual-camera on the rear side of flagship smartphone slated for release later this month. Unlike Mi5's horizontal placement of the camera module, OnePlus 2 is said to feature vertically aligned snappers.
Expected features of Xiaomi Mi5:
As per our previous reports, Xiaomi Mi5 is likely to boast 5.3-inch QHD (2560x1440p) display with pixel density of 540 plus ppi (pixels per inch) and may run on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OS backed by new Qualcomm chipset Snapdragon 820 with sumptuous 4GB RAM. It is also said to flaunt 16mp dual-camera and a 6mp snapper on the front.
Xiaom Mi5 is expected to be launched around November this year.