Now Xiaomi Is Ready To Launch The Mi5 Throughout CES 2015: Report

Industry sources are claiming that Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi can launch a successor to the recently launched Mi4 at next month’s CES event in Las Vegas. According to the Economic Daily News, the Smartphone will pack a Quad HD Display (probably 5.7 inches), a robust Qualcomm chipset similarly as fingerprint scanning tech by default. It looks a little out of the standard for Xiaomi to launch 2 flagship devices inside a span of a few months, however it definitely will not be the first time that is going to be happening.

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The report also mentions the launch of LG’s G Flex 2 Smartphone which will pack curved display and therefore the latest Sony flagship dubbed the Xperia Z4. 2015 may rather be the year of 2K display flagships as reports are indicating, thus it feels like the purchasers are going to be spoilt for selection as way as display tech is concerned. Manufacturers like Lenovo are already giving 2K phones for reasonable (Vibe Z2 Pro), thus it’ll be interesting to see how Xiaomi fares with its latest offering. The company was expected to launch the Mi4 in India sometime this month, which could impact the arrival of the Mi5 within the country.

Thanks to the large success of the company’s Smartphones in India, it goes without saying that the Mi5 are going to be treated with equal fanfare. However, it’ll ultimately come down to the company’s ability to keep up as per demand. Considering that Xiaomi handsets are typically pretty easy on the wallets, the Mi5 should be an exciting prospect for the corporate and fans alike. Would you have an interested in getting your hands on the Mi5?

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