The Xiaomi Mi 5 Plus hits TENAA ahead of launch
The Xiaomi Mi 5 release is creeping ever closer and today we have more confirmation on that fact. The handset has just passed through TENAA, which means we should be hearing something official as Xiaomi readies for the smartphones debut in China.
A few days back we saw a massive leak through Weibo regarding the Xiaomi Mi 5 and Xiaomi Mi 5 Plus specs. It’s not the first time either device had leaked, but it may be the last considering the device has cleared TENAA certification in China. That means an official announcement should be right around the corner, and it also means we’re going to take another look at the Xiaomi Mi 5 Plus specs.
The TENAA listing shows the Xiaomi Mi 5 Plus will have a 5.7-inch QHD panel, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage. As for the measurements, it clocks in at 155.1mm x 77.6mm x 6.95mm with a weight of 160grams. You’ll get the usual connectivity options along with Cat. 9 LTE thanks to the Snapdragon 820. Rounding things out is a 13MP/4MP camera combo, 3,500mAh battery, and Android 5.0 Lollipop.
We still don’t know the Xiaomi Mi 5 Plus price, but at least we’re getting a good look at the smartphone and another dose of specs. Again, most of them line up with the previous rumors, and we expect to hear something official soon now that the device has passed through TENAA.
Are you looking forward to the Xiaomi Mi 5 Plus release?