Xiaomi Mi 5s Pops Up On AnTuTu, SD821 & Android 6.0.1 In Tow

The Xiaomi Mi 5s is a smartphone that has surfaced a couple of times thus far. This device is expected to become Xiaomi’s new flagship smartphone, if rumors are to be believed that is. The Xiaomi Mi 5s is supposed to be Xiaomi Mi 5’s successor, and according to the leaked info, it will offer premium specs. The device’s specifications leaked yet again yesterday, and according to that report, we can expect the Snapdragon 821, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage to be included in this package. That being said, we’ve been wondering when will this handset get benchmarked, and that has just happened, read on.

The Xiaomi Mi 5s surfaced on AnTuTu, as you can see in the image down below. AnTuTu clearly confirms that the device will sport a fullHD (1920 x 1080) display, though it does not say how large its display will be. Well, if yesterday’s leak is to be believed, the Xiaomi Mi 5s will retain Mi 5’s display size, which means it will ship with a 5.15-inch panel. AnTuTu’s listing also says that the device will be fueled by the Snapdragon 821 64-bit quad-core SoC, along with the Adreno 530 GPU, and that Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow will come pre-installed on the device. On top of Google’s operating system, you’ll be able to find Xiaomi’s MIUI 8 OS, just in case you were wondering. AnTuTu did not mention what camera sensors can we expect on this device, but if yesterday’s leak is to be believed, a 16-megapixel camera with 4-axis OIS will be placed on the back of this phone, which is the same sensor that has been featured on the Mi 5. Do keep in mind that previous leaks suggested that the Mi 5s could pack two camera sensors on the back, so we’re still not entirely sure what to expect here.

The Xiaomi Mi 5s is also expected to pack in a 3,490mAh non-removable battery and two nano SIM card slots. This smartphone could launch soon, maybe even alongside the Mi Note 2 before the end of this month, though we’re just guessing. We’ll make sure to keep you posted, stay tuned.

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