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Xiaomi Mi5

Xiaomi Flagships, either budget or higher-end are always among the most favorite in our market. Xiaomi Mi5, said to have a debut on February 24, is the next expected device and it belongs to the 4GB RAM category. Other Xiaomi Mi5 specs we know for now are: 5.2 inch Quad HD display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 16MP/8MP camera and a 3,600 mAH battery.


Xiaomi Mi 5 is equipped with the just launched Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 with 64 bit computing and 8 CPU cores (4 Cortex-A57 and 4 Cortex-A53 cores). This processor is designed for most advance mobile user experience, that includes streaming Ultra HD 4k videos, best quality photos along with great battery life.


With Snapdragon 820 processor, the new Xiaomi Mi 5 phone might be loaded with a 2k Ultra HD Screen. 5 inch IPS LCD capacitive touch display, and the Xiaomi Mi5 Plus with a screen size of 5.6 inches with the same pixel density as that of the Xiaomi Mi5. We are not expecting a screen size update for Mi5 as a screen bigger than 5 inches might place the phone in the fablet category which Xiaomi would never want. Xiaomi Mi4s should be with a 5 inch screen as well.


ISOCELL powered 20.7 MP rear and 8 MP Front camera.
Sources say that Xiaomi talked about launching their 20.7 MP camera in the late 2014, rumours indicated that Xiaomi would introduce this with Mi4 but that also seems to be missing. So the best candidate for their 20.7 MP camera would now be the Mi5 Xiaomi and the Xiaomi Mi5 Plus. To stay into the competition where buyers judge the quality of imaging by the number of Megapixel. Xiaomi Mi4s is expected with a more powerful camera than the Xiaomi Mi4, with a new image stabilisation technology.
Race of Higher Megapixels:
With the other phones like Sony Experia Z1 (20.7 MP) and the Nokia Lumia 1020 (41 MP), if we talk about the Megapixels(MP) then 16MP seems to be an old story.
And rumours also indicate that this camera update will be an ISOCELL chipped camera which means much better imaging in dark. ISOCELL allows each pixel to isolate which in turn allows the sensor to collect more light per pixel resulting in a higher lighted image.