Seeker of Truth, 03 Jul 2017Snapdragon 450 is octa core not quad core and clock speed is 1.8 ghz not 1.4 ghz so it can't b... moreit doenst have always to be run at full speed clock so maybe still holds some fact there as fotr the procie info
There were rumors a while back about a 4.6 inch phone called Xiaomi S. This could be it, which would be very exciting.
meh, 02 Jul 2017hopefully its chipset is the new snapdragon 450.. it would provide insane battery life. Or xia... moreSnapdragon 450 is octa core not quad core and clock speed is 1.8 ghz not 1.4 ghz so it can't be Snapdragon 450 and it could be either Snapdragon 425/427, some MediaTek SoCs or maybe new Xiaomi in house SoC.
AnonD-661148, 02 Jul 2017Quadcore at 1.4 ghz.. So outdated speed for sure. I dont think redmi 5 will use low speed like... moreThis is not their flagship phone! It's just an entry level chipset with an updated tech!
AnonD-661148, 02 Jul 2017Quadcore at 1.4 ghz.. So outdated speed for sure. I dont think redmi 5 will use low speed like... moreAnd how about a variant of the Redmi 4A? Like an Special Edition with more bands for an specific market?
Why is it that,most Xiaomi midrange phone doesn't supports NFC for mobile payments and also for files transfer
I think they have to consider it(NFC) in order to increase their market share
hopefully its chipset is the new snapdragon 450.. it would provide insane battery life. Or xiaomi's inhouse chipset that is 16nm or less.
Quadcore at 1.4 ghz.. So outdated speed for sure. I dont think redmi 5 will use low speed like this. Maybe geekbench has made a mistake? Dont know..
Anonymous, 01 Jul 2017But which SoC uses quad coreXiaomi's own in-house SOC?
The mi 5c is using the surge S1 (made by Xiaomi)
Maybe a budget oriented SOC made in-house to be cheaper?
Anonymous, 01 Jul 2017But which SoC uses quad coreThe most probably SoCs is either Snapdragon 425 or 427, quad core and cpu clock 1.4ghz. Snapdragon 430 and 435 is octa core even the cpu clock also 1.4ghz.
Another Snapdragon 425 phone from Xiaomi?
Redmi 4S/C or Redmi 5a perhaps?
Seems like for Xiaomi is easier to upgrade the entire phone rather then update curent Redmi lineup to 7.1.2
Android 7.1.2 good with Miui 9 probably, but Snapdragon 430 is already outdated. But i wont mind 120 euro phone with 3GB/32GB and andredno 505.
I don't think so... Supposedly, the Redmi series launches on September and on November the Redmi Note series are launched.
Or... maybe the Latin American version of the Redmi 4A? Remember that they entered on Mexico and are about to debut on Chile and Uruguay (with high chances to enter to Peru too)