While China based smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi announced the launch of Xiaomi Mi3 only in December 2013, rumors regarding its successor – the Xiaomi Mi4 have already started circulating across the online world. Over the weekend, details pertaining to the possible specifications and design of the handset have got leaked and there is a speculation that it will be launched in other markets outside China.

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As per a concept created by designer Aitor Amigo, the alleged Xiaomi Mi4 is said to look on par with the existing top-tier phones in the market and carry a very slim profile measuring only 5mm in thickness. If this design turns out to be true, the Xiaomi offering will outdo the Gionee Elife S5.5, which is claimed to be the thinnest smartphone launched ever with a thickness of 5.5mm.

Furthermore, the concept design tips that the display will be occupying 80 percent of the handset’s front panel that should be an appealing factor for many. The designer should be acclaimed for creating this concept idea taking the rumored specifications into consideration.

According to earlier reports, the Xiaomi Mi4 is said to pack a gorgeous 5.5 inch QHD S-IPS display boasting a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and to be powered by a 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 801 SoC teamed up with a large 4 GB RAM for superior multi-tasking. The upcoming handset is also expected to arrive with 32 GB or 128 GB of native storage space, 13 MP primary snapper along with 8 MP front-facing camera, USB 3.1 port and 3,200 mAh battery.

The Xiaomi Mi4 concept shows that the handset will be based on the upcoming major iteration of Android platform and come with an aluminum build with 4 speakers for superior audio performance.

Rumored Specs

Model Xiaomi Mi4
Display 5.5 inch, QHD
Processor 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 801 SoC
RAM 4 GB
Internal Storage 32 GB/ 128 GB, Non-Expandable
OS Android 5.0
Camera 13 MP/ 8 MP
Battery 3,200 mAh
Price Yet to be announced

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