We got yet another leak connected to the yet unannounced Xiaomi Mi 5. It offers four images of what looks like the next flagship by the China-based maker running benchmark AnTuTu 4, which spills the beans on the device's innards.
According to the info on screen the rumored Xiaomi smartphone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 instead of the rumored Snapdragon 805 or 810 and 2GB of RAM, and not 3GB.
There's no information about the display, which is expected to sport a resolution of 2560 x 1440px and a size somewhere above 5". No word on the camera parameters either.
The score found in the leak is impressive despite the "disappointing" chipset. We've compared it to some of the best devices we've tested on AnTuTu 5 in the chart below.
Higher is better
Here's hoping we see this new Xiaomi smartphone in a couple of days at the expected company launch.
How is battery life for Galaxy Alpha? Got my Mi3 stolen, Mi4 sold in India doesn't have LTE.. & Both Mi4 (3G+64GB) & Alpha (4G+32GB) retails almost same
That's not fake. I own a Samsung Galaxy Alpha and I also have the same score (50k++) on Antutu 5.
And the benchmark shown are seems fake as samsung galaxy alpha scored 51k+ in antutu benchmark.