Xiaomi Mi 5c pros and cons, review, specifics, and Features: Get Complete Overview of Xiaomi Mi 5c Price in India on 5 March 2017. Know about Mi 5c release date, specifications, Features, Reviews, news & much more on AndroidTopTips.com. Another interesting phone from the Chinese makers is the Xiaomi Mi 5c that came out just a few days ago. It was revealed on Xiaomi’s conference the same day it came out.
Xiaomi Mi 5c Pros and Cons, Review, Specs, and Features
Let’s first see the Mi 5c specs before going into detail about this cool phone:
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Xiaomi Mi 5c Specs
Sim Type: GSM and GSM
Dual Sim: Yeah
Sim Size: Nano (small) SIM
Dimensions: 144.4 x 69.7 x 7.1 mm
Weight: 135 grams
Type: Color IPS screen, colors:16M
Touch: Yeah + Multitouch
Size: 5.15 inches, 1080 x 1920 pixels
PPI: ~ 428 PPI
RAM: 3 GB
Internal: 64 GB inbuilt
Card Slot: No
VoLTE: Yeah (Supports Reliance Jio)
Wifi: Yeah, with wifi-hotspot
Bluetooth: Yeah, v4.1
GPS: Yes, with A-GPS Support
Fingerprint Sensor: Yes
Sensors: Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Fingerprint
3.5mm Headphone Jack: Yes
Camera: Yes, 12 MP with autofocus
Features: Face detection, Geo tagging, Panorama, Touch to focus
Video Recording: Yeah, 1080p – 30fps
Front Camera: Yes, 8 MP
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Xiaomi Mi 5c Features
OS: Android, v7.1 (Nougat)
CPU: 2.2 GHz, Octa Core, Xiaomi Pinecone Processor
Browser: Yes, supports HTML
Supports: MMS, Instant Messaging
Email: Yes, with Push Mail
Music: MP3, WAV, eAAC+
Video: MP4, H.264, XviD
FM Radio: Yes
Document Reader: Yes
Type: Non-Removable Battery
Size: 2860 mAh, Li-ion Battery
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What’s In Xiaomi Mi 5c Box?
You will get the Handset, A Sim Card Tray Ejector Pin,1 Cover, Quick Start Guide, Warranty Card,1 Charger Adapter, USB Cable and An Earphone.
Xiaomi Mi 5c Pros and Cons
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Xiaomi Mi 5c Review
Let’s dive a little deeper now that the specs are out of our way. The housing of the phone is metal and it comes in three colors: gold, black and rose gold. As you may have noticed one very popular color is not in this list: gray. Xiaomi has not given a comment on why the phone does not come in gray, but a lot of people claim that it is because the other phones of Xiaomi that are gray have not sold well. Unlike its predecessor, this model is a lot more comfortable to use with one hand. In general, the design is quite nice, but this does not come as a surprise because the Xiaomi company is accustomed to making beautiful phones.
It is the first time for Xiaomi to make an in-house processor. It is called Surge S1 and was made by Pinecone. (who is owned by Xiaomi). It is quite a bold move and should be applauded. Only three companies have made their own processors before this: Samsung, Huawei, and Apple. Why has it started doing this, what is the benefit, you may ask. Well, with this advantage Xiaomi can create phones cheaper, which means that if they would like they could sell it for a lower price. The Surge S1 is better than the Snapdragon 625 (Qualcomm).
It has a 5-megapixel camera in the front for those who love selfies and a 12-megapixel camera at the back which will give you the opportunity to make decent photos.
It will be running on Android Nougat, which is great news for a lot of people.
Xiaomi Mi 5C launch Date in India
Expected price in India is Rs. 14,990
Xiaomi Mi 5C Price In India
Release Date: Jun 05, 2017 (Expected)
Hope you liked Xiaomi Mi 5c Pros and Cons, Review, Specs and Features article. The phone was launched on March 3rd, 2017 and received decent reviews. But it is not the phone but what is inside the phone that has caused all the fuss. I am of course talking about the Surge S1. For a company to create its own processor means a lot, and let me repeat that XIAOMI is only the fourth company in the world to do this.
DISCLAIMER: Because the new phone will come out in June and the company has not officially given a lot of information about it, all things said here may not be 100% correct.
Article by Philip Traum