waaaaaiittt a minute, this is exactly the same pic that allegedly said the incomming of mi5 mini (few months ago) which then was proved to b none other than mi5.
will be $230 while come out to beat all the rest cheap-high-end-competitors
AnonD-442781, 02 Jun 2016Not really. It has a worse chipset and a smaller screen despite it most likely being slightly ... moreiPhone 5S was the best design from apple quite durable compared to latest generation iphones
Coming to SE, excellent hardware but too small, screen size should be around 4.5inch with latest fingerprint sensor
Mini should be exact with screen size 4.7 inch.
Not less nor more than 4.7
It is sweet spot for mini or compact series phones
AnonD-237590, 02 Jun 2016iphone SE much better.Not really. It has a worse chipset and a smaller screen despite it most likely being slightly bigger.
Eagerly waiting for the launch of xiaomi mi 5 mini. Suggested specs must not be cut out from the specs given below.
4.3 inch 720p screen
3-4 gb ram, 32gb rom
13-16 mp camera with ois..
Ff camera- 4-5 mp at 24 mm wide
2600 mhz with quick charge 3.0 support
Lesser than 7.6 mm thickness.
But this is an old pic and rumour from march this year. Will it have same fate as galaxy s7 mini? Maeby samsung and xiaomi just spreaded these rumours so that people wouldnt buy iphone 5se. IF these ever do get in marked im highly intrested tho.
those are amazing specs for such a small device.
i would get this phone asap if the case is made out of aluminum
Pah! It won't stand a chance against the iPhone 7, nor the iPhone 6S or 6S Plus.
Hope it will be like 4.5 .. anything less than that is too small even for a compact. Actually 4.5 - 4.7 is the sweet spot for compacts
Anonymous, 02 Jun 2016It won't be a problem for Sony as their phones have FULL LTE coverage and Xiaomi's only for as... moreSony made different models for different regions. Xiaomi could simply do the same, make different models for different regions. Right now, their focus is China/Asia market. If they expand outside Asia, I'm sure they will tailor their products appropriately.
It would be interesting if Xiaomi is actually going to do this, especially after doing the Mi Max. In Asia, especially countries where people commute on public transport, people prefer the big phones to watch their drama on the way to/from work. There's a reason why Samsung hit a success with the Galaxy Note line, and then Apple with the iPhone Plus line. Wondering if this is related to the recent news of Xiaomi entering the US market.