The Mi Mix 2S launch is just nearby and two brand new Xiaomi smart phones, codenamed Berlin and Dipper, have now been seen on Geekbench. The listing shows Berlin owning a Snapdragon 632 chipset, clocking at around 1.2GHz along with 3GB RAM. This specific processor hasn’t formally been established by Qualcomm yet, adding to the mystery around Berlin.
There wasn’t various information but the screenshot does show the Berlin with Android 7.1.2 Nougat. These devices scores 1155 for single-core performance and 2738 for multi-core tests.
This phone definitely isn’t the Mi Mix 2S since Xiaomi has recently formally proclaimed so it will likely to be running on the Snapdragon 845 SoC. Leaked images also have shown your unit won’t have actually an iPhone X-like notch contradicting the earlier leak of regarding the Mi Mix 2S having a notch on top-right corner.
The images additionally show a vertically aligned double digital camera at the back and a glass straight back. The device might support wireless charging and is expected to introduce on March 27.
The Geekbench report on the Xiaomi dipper shows the score of 2499 in single core evaluation and 8309 for multi-core performance. It shows the device as having an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and 6GB RAM operating on Android Oreo. The score, though impressive are below the scores attained by other flagships such as the iPhone X, iPhone 8, Galaxy S9 and Sony Xperia XZ2.
Maintaining the premium specs in mind, this leak probably hints during the next Xiaomi flagship listing. The organization has utilized constellations as code-names for the premium handsets in the past also like Capricorn, Gemini and Natrium. Therefore, it's feasible that the Dipper will be the Xiaomi Mi 7.
Specifications leaked concerning the Mi 7 just before this hint within unit having around 8GB RAM, 128GB storage space, twin 16MP backside cameras, a 5.65-inch display at a 1080×2160 resolution plus 4480mAh battery.
On March 14, another Xiaomi handset is set to enter the Indian smartphone market. The organization proclaims this would have been a ‘Compact Powerhouse Smartphone’, leading speculations of it being the Redmi 5. The product had been launched in China and it is yet to enter India.
The Redmi 5 launched in China possesses thin-bezel display and steel unibody running on a Snapdragon 450 chipset. It sports a 5.7-inch HD+ display by having a display screen quality of 1440×720.
So basically, it’s better than HD (720p) yet not quite FHD (1080p). There’s a 12MP camera regarding straight back and 5MP camera at the start, that integrates Beautify 3.0 for ‘enhanced’ portrait shots.
It comes down with Nougat, which is really a small disappointing since Oreo has already been in the market and Android os P is poised for launch anytime now. It has a conventional 3300mAh battery plus fingerprint scanner on the straight back.
Most of these developments have been in line with Xiaomi planning to expand its market existence in India and increase its brand value.
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