Xiaomi announced Mi5c, its latest smartphone at MWC 2017, and it’s the first phone powered by Surge S1, Xiaomi’s first SoC chipset. Want to learn more about the handset? Let’s continue checking.
The Mi5c is a mid-range, high-performance Android smartphone that measures 144.38 x 69.68 x 7.09mm and weighs 135g. As we can see from the images, the Android phone shows off a sleek and minimalistic form factor defined by its unibody structure, ultra-thin design and smooth sides. Meanwhile, lightweight design and matte finish enable it to deliver a comfortable and firm grip. Three gorgeous color options allow it to match different aesthetic tastes.
The smartphone comes equipped with Xiaomi’s first chipset: Surge S1. The chipset features an octa-core processor and Mail-T860 quad-core GPU plus 3GB RAM and 64GB ROM in order to handle various apps, games and multi tasking.
Moreover, its 5.15″ LCD display features up to 550-nit brightness, automatic 2048 brightness levels, 94.4% NTSC gamut, as well as 1929 x 1080 resolution and 428 ppi pixel density for a comfortable mobile viewing experience.
Furthermore, Xiaomi Mi5c has a 12MP rear camera with 1.25mm pixel size sensor, 72mm wide-angle lens, f/2.2 aperture, and Surge ISP algorithm so it’s able to bring you high-quality phonegraphy. Its 8MP front-facing camera is design for beautiful selfies.
In addition, other features also include USB-C port, fingerprint sensor, 3.5mm audio jack, 2860mAh rechargeable battery with Surge fast charging technology.
Xiaomi Mi5c will be available for ¥1,499 (approx US$218), but detailed release date hasn’t been unveiled. If you’re interested, jump to Xiaomi official site for its more details.