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17 July 2017, 01:18 | Justin Tyler
Leaked poster of Xiaomi Mi 5X confirms its key specs and price details
After gaining huge success of the Redmi 4, now it seems like the Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is expected to launch the successor of its best-selling Redmi 4, which is rumoured to be called the "Redmi 5" in China pretty soon. We are not sure when this phone will become official, but we are keeping an eye to bring all latest updates of Xiaomi Mi 5X.
The first model from the new sub-brand will be the Lanmi X1. The poster reveals that the Xiaomi 5X would be coming with a 5.5-inch display that will probably support full HD resolution. In the leaked poster, the Xiaomi Mi 5X phone that can be seen near the face of the Chinese celebrity features dual rear cameras that carries support for 5x optical zoom. The Snapdragon 625 chipset will be powering the phone along with 4GB of RAM. 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.
We do know that Xiaomi is preparing to launch the new sub- brand before the end of the month.
According to the poster, the Xiaomi 5X will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset. It is said that the upcoming Xiaomi 5X could be a mid-ranged smartphone. Earlier rumours had also suggested that the Chinese manufacturer will launch a new phone under its new brand with the name, Xiaomi X1 or Lanmi X1. The Xiaomi Mi 5X is indeed the alleged Mi X1. The company is further said to compete with companies like Oppo and Vivo, which are majorly dependent of offline sale. Also, there will be a 16MP selfie camera. The picture hints a horizontal dual camera setup, similar to what we've seen on the OnePlus 5. As for software, the smartphone will be running Android 7.1.1 Nougat layered with MIUI 9 on top.