Here comes an interesting gossip for the Xiaomi smartphone fans about the upcoming Mi 5C that this will be the first one from the Chinese company to use the Pinecone V670 SoC processor, and will come sans physical home button. Hence this unbelievable gossip, has gathered more anticipation for the phone that is expected to be released by the March of this year. Besides this as a proof, a new attractive image of the Mi 5C has been leaked online, frankly sporting a new design model.
A few months back the first set of Mi 5C images was leaked on certain websites, calling it Xiaomi Meri. Whereas, the device was seen with a physical home button, back then. Although, in contrast this new images of the Mi 5C were leaked by @strong machine on Weibo and have also stated that the device lacks a physical home button and was originated from the Foxconn factory, which is the world’s largest electronic manufacturing company.
In further, the Mi 5C shows difference even in the position of the front camera, with the Xiaomi Meri. The shooter has been moved oppositely from the right side to the left. On the new images, the phone is looking gorgeous, the front bezels are very thin, yet we are not able to see the rear camera from the leaked pictures.
Also we aren’t able see the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner beneath the display, as like the Mi 5S. However, since the images doesn’t show the back of the smartphone, the position of the fingerprint sensor scanner is not steadily confirmed. Therefore, we can’t officially say about the fixed features.
In addition, we’ve gathered a little information from the leaked images and gossips regarding Xiaomi Mi 5C’s specs. As per the details, the new phone is powered by a 5.5-inches display, 64 GB of built-in storage, 3 GB of RAM, 12 MP main camera and an 8 Mega Pixel selfie shooter. It is also said that it will use a 4,500 mAh long-lasting battery for its energy needs and could ship the MIUI 8, running on Android 6.0. Finally, the Mi 5C’s price can be expected to around 1499 yuan ($218).