Xiaomi is all set to launch and unveil the Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Note 5 pro today, ie. on 14th February. And ahead of the launch date, the spec sheet of the bit of the phones have been leaked online. With the spec sheets leaked the pricing details have also been leaked online.
The leaks suggest that Xiaomi is working on Redmi note 5 is what we were thinking could be the Redmi Note 5 Plus. But the bigger surprise is the Redmi Note 5 Pro.
The Redmi Note 5 has the same specs as the Redmi Note 5 Plus.
According to the spec sheet, the Note 5 will be rocking a Snapdragon 625 2GHz processor. It has a 5.99″ 18:9 (2160×1080) FHD 403 PPI display.
As rumoured the Note 5 will be having a high capacity 4000mAh battery. This phone will be available in two variants as a 3GB RAM + 32GB storage and another one with 4GB RAM + 64GB storage option.
Note 5 will have a single primary 12MP camera and a 5MP front camera with selfie flash.
The Redmi Note 5, 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM variant will sell for Rs. 9,999 ($156) while the 4GB variant with double the storage will be sold for Rs. 11,999 ($187).
And the Redmi Note 5 Pro, quoted as the “India’s Camera Beast” is having the same size display but this one will have an FHD+ display.
The Note 5 Pro will be rocking a Snapdragon 636 1.8GHz processor. It has the same battery capacity as the Note 5.
The Note 5 Pro will be having a dual camera system at the back which looks and placed similarly to the iPhone X’s dual camera system. This phone rocks 12+5 MP camera. And at the front, we have a 20 MP* Sony IMX376 with front flash.
(*We are not sure about this )
Redmi Note 5 Pro will be available in three variants but pricing is only available for the 4GB + 64GB and 6GB +64GB models.
The 4GB variant will sell for Rs. 13,999 ($218) while the 6GB variant has a Rs. 16,999 ($265) price tag.
We presume the 3GB RAM version will be sold for Rs. 12,999 ($202).*
(*Not sure about the existence of the 3GB variant)
Both devices also feature a hybrid SIM card slot and fingerprint sensors at the back. The poster suggests both phones will run MIUI 9atop Nougat, which means it’ll be a while before we see an Oreo-based version of
Xiaomi is also set to launch the Mi TV in India at tomorrow’s event, so there’s plenty to look forward to. I’ll be on the ground in New Delhi, so stay tuned for more on Xiaomi’s upcoming products in India.