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Xiaomi Mi 5 Front Panel Pictures Leaked

by Martin 6

Recently, rumors about Xiaomi planning to unveil the Xiaomi Mi 5 in the next couple of weeks have surfaced and today pictures of the front panel of the highly anticipated device have been leaked online.

xiaomi mi5 front panel leak 02Based on the photos, the Mi 5 will feature rounded corners, what looks like a 5-inch display, and a physical home key which we expect to also act as the device’s fingerprint sensor because otherwise there would be no need for a physical home key and it would most probably keep the capacitive touch keys similar to ones found on its predecessor, the Mi 4.

It was previously rumored that the Mi 5 would feature a 5.2-inch display but, looking at the pictures, it looks like it will only feature a smaller 5-inch display at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It’s also been rumored that the device would feature an all-metal body.

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As for its specifications, the Mi 5 is said to feature Qualcomm’s upcoming and highly anticipated Snapdragon 820 processor which the company debuted today at an event in Beijing, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, a 16-megapixel rear camera, an 8-megapixel front-facing camera, and a USB Type-C interface.

The Xiaomi Mi 5 is expected to run an Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based version of the company’s MIUI operating system and will be available in three color variants – Gold, Silver, and Rose Gold.

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  • George Frintu

    How can you tell the size of the screen or resolution by looking at the pictures? I don’t get it.


      same query here

    • Danny H.

      Base on the ratio of the phone with the hand in the picture. I’m holding a 5.5″ phone in my hand now and the top is much taller than what shown in the pic. So 5″ is a good estimation.

      • jauling

        news flash – hands come in all shapes and sizes!

        I think its better to estimage based on the size of the components that are shown in the photo. For instance, I think the second photo is the frame upside down, so the top of it is showing the USB port, which should be a standard size. Find the size of any of the components, and you can easily extrapolate the approximate size of the frame and most likely the display size.

        • Dymbo

          Agree with components-based comparison, but disagree the “usb port” – it’s the speaker and it’s likely customized.
          I would rather rely on ribbons’ connectors.