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Xiaomi Mi 5 stole Samsung Galaxy thunder

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has launched the new flagship at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Friday.

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Publish Date: Feb 26 2016 4:24PM | Updated Date: Feb 26 2016 4:24PM

Xiaomi Mi 5 stole Samsung Galaxy thunder

 Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has launched the new flagship at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Friday.

 
The new smartphone called Mi 5 design is been compared to Apple's iPhone 6s and Samsung Galaxy S6. The most expensive of the smartphone series called Mi 5 Pro comes with 4GB RAM and 128 GB space and is priced at Yuan 2699 in China (roughly Rs 28,000).
 
The Mi 5 feature includes 16MP rear camera with 4-axis OIS, and 4 megapixel front camera and would come in three colour variants of black, gold and white.
 
It will be available in China from March 1 but its launch date for India is yet to be announced. Xiaomi had also announced the launch of the much anticipated Redmi Note 3 in India on March 3.
 
Headquartered in Beijing, Xiaomi is the world's fourth largest smartphone maker. Xiaomi designs, develops, and sells smartphones, mobile apps, and related consumer electronics.