Xiaomi Mi 5 leaks in a fresh batch of photos


The Xiaomi Mi 5 is so close to a release. More photos revealing the flagship’s design have surfaced, and boy does it look nice!

According to the leaked batch of images, the Xiaomi Mi 5 flagship will sport an aluminum unibody design with rounded sides and corners. The design takes a similar approach to that on the HTC One A9 and iPhone 6 and 6s models. This is because of the clearly visible antenna lines close to the top and bottom ends of the device.

On the bottom of the flagship lies the speaker grill along with a 3.5mm headphone jack and microUSB charging port. The right edge houses the power button and the left contains the volume controls.

The Xiaomi Mi 5 will come in multiple colors so ignore the fact that only one color option is shown in the leak. It’s also coming in two separate variants, one with a flat screen and one with a subtle curved display. Each will have their own storage capacities, which will most likely be 32GB and 64GB options. Pricing should run between $300-$500 USD depending on the variant and storage capacity you desire. The flagship is expected to release on February 24 and ship sometime in late March or early April.

Source: My Drivers
Via: GizChina

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