Xiaomi Mi 5 Tech Specs and Graphic Benchmark exposure
Xiaomi Mi 5 has already been confirmed to launch on February 24, and we also know that the display resolution would not be 2K as expected. However, Xiaomi Mi 5 has now showed up on GFXBench with full technical specifications and Graphic Benchmark.
According to GFXBench report, Xiaomi Mi 5 would run Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS that we have already seen many times via Geekbench 3 report. However, the spec that surprises us is the display size. We expected a 5 or 5.2 inches display, but GFXBench report shows it with 5.7 inches display. GFXBench has always been known for making error while showing display size. So this would not be the first time if it is wrong. For example : GFXBench report showed LeTV Le Max Pro (LeTV X910) with 18.4-inch display, but LeTV X910 features a 6.3 inches display.
However, GFXBench rarely shows wrong report as far as rest of the technical specifications are concerned. So Xiaomi Mi 5 would feature Snapdragon 820 CPU, Adreno 530 GPU, 1920 X 1080 pixels resolution, 3GB RAM, 64GB ROM etc.. A 16GB or 32GB ROM variant is also expected. The camera combination is still unknown, but we expect rear as 16MP and front as 8MP. Various leaked images also suggest that Mi 5 would have a front physical button that can be used as Finger Print Scanner as well as Home Button.
One more thing that GFXBench has cleared; Most of the time Mi 5 Benchmark report via Geekbench 3 has shown it with 1.6 GHz processor, and we were thing that Xiaomi has lowered the clock speed of Snapdragon 820. Well, GFXBench has now clarified that 2 cores would be clocked @ 2.1 GHz, and the rest 2 @ 1.6 GHz. That looks fair enough to believe.
There is one more rumor that Xiaomi may launch a Windows 10 version of Mi 5 along with Android. So the users will have the option to choose Windows or Android what they prefer, just like Mi Pad 2. Mi 5 would be available in various colors, like Black, White, Gold, Pink etc..
Xiaomi Mi 5 Graphic Benchmark
Here is the screenshots of Mi 5 Graphic Benchmark (On Screen and Off Screen) and Render Quality