Lenovo is now preparing for their upcoming smartphone called Lenovo S5.
In China, The Redmi 5 smartphone is available in three variants.
According to the Xiaomi, the images given below are shot in indoor lighting setup.
Most Chinese smartphone brands follow different policies for their home market and for markets like India. The TENNA's listing shows off everything about the smartphones including the specifications and features of the unannounced device.
Xiaomi Redmi 5 to launch as an Amazon exclusive in India
Xiaomi has increased the price of its entry-level yet disruptive smartphone, the Redmi 5A in the Indian market to Rs 5,999 as it promised at the launch event.
On the other hand, the Redmi 5 Plus sports a 5.99-inch full-HD+ display with a 1080x2160 pixels resolution.
The Redmi 5 is powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core Snapdragon 450 SoC based on a 14nm FinFET technology and coupled with Adreno 506 GPU. The phone is sold in 2 variants, 2GB RAM and 32GB storage and 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. The smartphone also has an option to expand the memory up to 128GB via microSD card. The device highlights a symmetrical design with the rear camera and fingerprint sensor perfectly aligned on the back as well as with the microUSB port on the bottom. The phone runs on Android Nougat Operating system out of the box with company-owned MIUI 9.
Also there is mention of the battery at 6000 mAh, but believe in it with great difficulty - in case Lenovo S5 will get the same screen at 6 inches, then developers will have to donate a minimum thickness of the housing to establish a battery. Connectivity options include dual-SIM support, 4G with VoLTE, 3G, GPRS/ EDGE, Bluetooth 4.1, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and Micro-USB. The handset measures 151.8 × 72.8 × 7.7 mm and weighs 157 grams. At the time of writing, we have yet to receive media invites to attend the Redmi 5 launch in India.
'Pharma Bro' sentenced to seven years in prison
He reportedly told the Associated Press that "he sometimes wants to hug his client and sometimes wants to punch him in the face". His lawyer, Benjamin Brafman , argued against a lengthy sentence saying the prosecution had painted "a dark picture" of Shkreli.