I doubt there will be so many variants. Pricing is also pretty weird.
Better wait for the official announcement.
Anonymous, 26 Jan 2016And 1 with a 3GB RAM2 with 32GB RAM, 2 featuring glass design with 2.5D curved glass, and 2 featuring metallic design
Anonymous, 26 Jan 2016The half of the 4 variants only vary in display resolutionAnd 1 with a 3GB RAM
Anonymous, 25 Jan 2016I'm guessing this is the price for some Mediatek variant...The half of the 4 variants only vary in display resolution
price is crucial so is extended memory card slots.and long battery life.if they are looking for India as market n in particular price sensitive market..service center are going to set the ball rolling..all the best for launch.
Xiaomi has demonstrated that he understood, wrong by its policy to last year. That is why it decreased sales.
Now, I expect to confirm fully at MWC, that it has adopted a new policy which to comply with the requirements of the consumer in the telephony market. Their new models, starting with M5 and later with M6, are to confirm or rule out this. Anyway, I hope that they will confirm.
This company Xiaomi begins to become increasingly more competitive with its products. Now, with the new phone, M5, and shortly with M6, will reach record sales despite those phones from Samsung, Apple.
I've consulted the book of magic before I tell you all this and there I read these things. ..:)))
Yuri84, 25 Jan 2016I've been using LG G2, which has no microSD slot, for almost 2 years now. Before that, I was a... moreAgree. Until now I was also supporter of sd card. And while I have expandable storage on my phone, I have learnt that nothing is better than sufficient internal storage.
I congratulate this company. I love the way their approach a new kind of thinking in terms of the relations between the manufacturer and the end customer cell phones.
If they continue on this line of thought will have a thundering success.
Anonymous, 25 Jan 2016Fake. What's the deal with displaying price list on a phone? To make it believable? Seem... morePersonally I like metallic design like HTC A9 m8 pro 5 or redmi note 3 etc. I sold my S6 just because of fingerprints. I never preferred glass body, though it is acceptable on the Z5.
Yuri84, 25 Jan 2016I've been using LG G2, which has no microSD slot, for almost 2 years now. Before that, I was a... moreBut all users are different. While I can easily get by on 32GB, my wife fills her 32GB internal storage and 32GB microSD card within a few weeks of clearing them.
But seriously, cloud backup is not a good solution
Anonymous, 25 Jan 2016I'm guessing this is the price for some Mediatek variant...there is no Mi 5 Mediatek variant.
AnonD-234961, 25 Jan 2016Wow...Snapdragon 820 for $335. Great price.I'm guessing this is the price for some Mediatek variant...
Anonymous, 25 Jan 2016Yeah yeah.... it only it has an external micro sd slot, it would be great...I've been using LG G2, which has no microSD slot, for almost 2 years now. Before that, I was a supporter of microSD cards, now I'm not. As long as you have sufficient memory in the phone and make backups to the cloud, its fine to have only built-in storage with no card support. At least, that works fine for me.
is that curved screen is same as in galaxy edges?
What's the deal with displaying price list on a phone? To make it believable?
Seems like besides the meaning of 2K, that "leaker" confused rounded edges with flat 2.5D glass with curved 3D glass. Latter is more expensive and can be found on Mi Note Pro and S6 Edge while former coming with budget phones like Meizu Metal.
Two plate of 2.5D glass wouldn't make a phone either more expensive or more desirable. On the contrary its fragile nature and fingerprint smudges would make it less desirable than a metal phone IMO.
That previously "leaked" render on that phone shows 3D glass on the front with slightly curved display akin to S6 Edge.
Wow...Snapdragon 820 for $335. Great price.
Yeah yeah.... it only it has an external micro sd slot, it would be great...
QHD or 2k has never been a mainstream standard/format in TV, too, or most media content iirc
i think xiaomi price tag will start with RMB 1999