Specifications of the Xiaomi's new smartphone Ferrari has surfaced online ahead of launch.
Technology blog My Drivers while sifting through the popular GFX Benchmarking site, has stumbled up on a Xiaomi unreleased handset code-named Ferrari being tested on Android 5.0 Lollipop OS.
According to the entry, Xiaomi Ferrari sports 4.9-inch full HD display and is expected to ship with 64-bit class Snapdragon 615 series Octa-core SoC (System on Chip), Adreno 405 graphics engine, 2GB RAM and 16GB inbuilt storage.
On the photography front, it houses 12mp camera with LED flash, auto-focus, HDR, touch-focus full HD video-recording ability and a 5mp snapper on the front with full video-recording ability.
Going by the specification list, it looks like Xiaomi is planning to introduce a new mid-range phone. The company already sells smartphones Redmi 2 and Redmi Note 4G in the budget segment, whereas in the top-end category, it retails Mi4 and Mi Note series.
This new Xiaomi phone codenamed Ferrari will be placed in between the budget and high-end segments to offer more choices to the customers.
In a related development, Xiaomi is also reportedly building a low-end Mi4 variant E4. It has same specifications seen inside original model, except the RAM capacity. The former features 3GB RAM, whereas the latter houses 2GB RAM.
As of now, there is no official word from the company regarding speculations surrounding these two phones. But, word on the street is that Xiaomi is expected to announce a new smartphone and a much-awaited new smart-wearable dubbed as Mi Watch next week on the eve of company's fifth anniversary on 31 March.