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Xiaomi Mi5c to Use Xiaomi’s Home-Grown Surge S1 SoC

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The incredible 12MP rear shooter camera in Xiaomi Mi5c features a 1.25-micron pixel size, which allows more light to enter and improving image quality to the next level.

Just after the Xiaomi’s Home-Grown Surge S1 SoC announcement, the company is about to implement the chipset into its Upcoming smartphone Xiaomi Mi5c. The Xiaomi Mi5c comes with a premium metal and high-quality display with an excellent hardware built quality.

Xiaomi Mi5c rounds up an Ultra-Sensitive Camera Sensor with the Reduced Bezels on the Side of the Smartphone

Xiaomi Mi5c

The new Xiaomi Mi5c will pack up a 5.5-inchbright display with 550 brightness level. Along with that, its screen can face up to 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. As per the Xiaomi Mi5c specifications, it comes with a 3GB of RAM and 64GB of a massive storage which seems to b enough for holding the future updates and compatible apps.

According to the highlights, it appears that there is a delicate and sensitive rear camera into the device. Also, the company states that it is extremely sensitive to light. The incredible 12MP rear shooter camera in Xiaomi Mi5c features a 1.25-micron pixel size, which allows more light to enter and improving image quality to the next level.

Xiaomi Mi5c

Along with a nice camera quality, it has a fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button, and the Xiaomi Mi5c battery is of 2,860mAh which are expected to keep it alive for a day at least as it supports 9V/2A fast-charging too. Xiaomi Mi5c will be the first phone to come up with the Xiaomi’s Home-Grown Surge S1 SoC at a reasonable pricing.

Speaking of the Xiaomi Mi5c price, it will cost around $220 because it packs up with the Surge S1 Octacore 64 bit processor chipset might have enabled Xiaomi to drop the cost of the phone down. As the chip was also manufactured on the 28nm technology, it is cheaper for the company to produce it at a massive level.

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Wrapping all the things together, it’s one more powerful smartphone from Xiaomi, But most important is that what you people think about this? So let us know down in the comments area.

Ujjwal Sahay
Ujjwal Sahay is the Editor-in-Chief & Co-Founder of Enzuke as well as Author of the cyber security books Hack-X-Crypt and X-Shell. Primarily Ujjwal writes about technology and front-end developer by profession. For more details about him check out his portfolio at [ ujjwalsahay.com ]
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