Xiaomi 5x will Launch Alongside LanMi announcement


Xiaomi is working to bring its third sub-brand after Redmi and Mi, which will reportedly be called - Lanmi, confirmed a Chinese micro blogging site - Weibo. Additionally, the smartphone is said to be powered by a Snapdragon 625 chipset paired with 4GB of RAM. Recently, an image of a mysterious Xiaomi smartphone has leaked online, and this report suggests the device in the picture is Xiaomi 5X. The new sub-brand, for now, is said to be 'Lanmi, ' under which Xiaomi will initially announce two phones, as per numerous reports. The smartphone could most probably be the - Xiaomi X1.

For India, Xiaomi is running far behind with no announcements for the Mi6 and the launch of the Mi Max 2 set for 18th July, the company may launch their sub brand by the end of the year, if not early 2018. Provided the poster is indeed the real deal, the Xiaomi 5X will be priced at 1999 yuan in China, which converts to roughly $294 based on the current exchange rate. The poster also reveals a lot about the device, starting from its complete specs, and even the price. Though the leaked poster seems to be some kind of promotional material, we still suggest you take this report with a pinch of salt. And the Xiaomi 5X could be the first Xiaomi device to have a 16MP selfie snapper.

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The poster also reveals a dual rear-camera setup and CNY 1,999 price tag for the handset, which now translates into around $295. On the design front, the upcoming Xiaomi phone is expected to feature an all-metal body that looks fairly premium, despite being a mid-ranged smartphone. The smartphone is likely to launch in gold and black color variants. Redmi Note 5 device images were also leaked, and this one is expected to have a full HD resolution display, but a smaller 3680mAh battery. Could the launch of such a device possibly help the Chinese company snatch away offline customers from biggies like Oppo and Vivo?