Xiaomi Mi 5 New Leaked Render Shows Home Button

Xiaomi Mi 5 New Leaked Render Shows Home Button
Xiaomi's upcoming flagship smartphone, the Mi 5, has been leaked in a new render purportedly showing the handset sporting a near bezel-less display and a physical home button.

This is not the first leaked image of the Mi 5 that shows physical home button on the handset. If this image turns out to be accurate, then the Mi 5 will be the first handset in Xiaomi's line-up to sport a physical button. In-line with several previous leaks, the physical home button below the display is likely to serve as a fingerprint scanner. In the leaked image, the alleged Mi 5 can be also seen running a new version of the MIUI, which is likely to be based on Google's latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The handset is seen featuring metal frames on the sides, which is in-line with an earlier purported teased image of the Mi 5.

(Also see: Xiaomi India to Launch 'Secret New Product' on Tuesday; Announces Christmas Offers)

The charging port in the latest leaked render can be seen placed on the bottom panel accompanied by speaker grilles. Unfortunately, the new leaked render is of low-resolution and only shows the front of the handset. The new leaked render of Mi 5 comes from a Weibo user and was first picked up by CNMO.

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An earlier leaked detail by a tipster from China claimed that Xiaomi may launch two versions of the Mi 5 - one priced at CNY 1,999 (approximately Rs. 20,800) and another at CNY 2,499 (approximately Rs. 26,000). It also suggested some of the features of the Mi 5 smartphone, like a pressure-sensitive touchscreen, which was in-line with an earlier report that claimed Mi 5 would debut Apple's 3D Touch-like pressure sensitive technology. The tipster had also claimed that Mi 5 would be the company's first smartphone running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

The Chinese company may not have revealed launch date of the Mi 5 flagship smartphone, but the company has been buzzing social media with claims that the handset will be "worth the wait" and is "very, very good". A recent leak tipped that the company may launch the Mi 5 smartphone next year on January 21.

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