- Xiaomi's first dual camera smartphone launch on September 5
- Combination of one wide-angle and one telephoto camera sensors on the rear is expected
- The device is speculated to be Mi 5X, launched in China recently
The Xiaomi’s flagship dual camera Mi 5X is expected to launch at an event in New Delhi on September 5. The company has started sending out invites for the same. However, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has yet not revealed the smartphone name, but it is highly expected that it is going to be the Mi 5X, which has been recently introduced in China.
The invite image consists of dual rear camera setup, one of which is expected to be a larger sensor, while the other is expected to be a smaller one, which make the possibility of Mi 5X even stronger. The Mi 5X was recently launched in China, which features a dual camera setup, with a larger camera sensor and a smaller one.
RT if you know which product we will launch! #FlagshipDualCamera
— Mi (@xiaomi) August 28, 2017
The specifications of Mi 5X, the one launched in China include a 5.5-inch full HD LTPS display with 1080×1920 pixels. The device is powered by a 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 625 SoC clocked at a speed of 2GHz coupled with 4GB of RAM. It runs on Android 7.0 Nougat.
On camera front, the Mi 5X sports a dual camera setup – one 12MP wide-angle lens with 1.25 micron pixel sensor and f/2.2 aperture – and another with 12MP telephoto lens with 1-micon pixel sensor and f/2.6 aperture. There is a 5MP camera sensor on the front with real-time beautification.
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The device comes with a 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 128GB via microSD slot. The battery capacity of the device is 3080mAh.
The Xiaomi Mi 5X was introduced in China in Black, Gold and Pink colour variants, priced at CNY 1,499 (approximately Rs 14,200).
The specifications have been made on the basis of the device launched by the company is China. The features of the Indian version of the device remain shady, as there is no official statement made in this regard.