However, if the Mi5 launches any time before April, it should not feature the Snapdragon 820 processor, since Samsung has bought the exclusive rights of usage. However, if the Mi5 features the Snapdragon 820, it can be safely said that the rumor about Samsung’s cunning move was a well-sculpted speculation.
Xiaomi has improved the battery life on the Mi5, which now sports a 3,000 mAh battery for additional backup. The device is also likely to feature a 3D Force Touch-like display mechanism,although, the authenticity of these reports are doubtful.
Even though the pricing is under wraps at the moment, Xiaomi is known to price their devices competitively and the Mi5 should be no different. Phone Arena claims that the device is likely to sport a starting price near $385, which sounds just about right, judging by our previous experiences with Xiaomi.
However, it is advised that our readers understand that Xiaomi is yet to officially confirm any of these reports, hence, their authenticity cannot be guaranteed. Day Herald is not to be held accountable if any or all of these reports turn out to be different from the actual story once the Mi5 is revealed.
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