Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 is the next budget King ‘Renders Suggest’

Xiaomi’s Redmi series has been performing outstandingly in the Asian markets, primarily in the Indian sub-continent, where it’s Redmi Note 4 went all in and became the most popular smartphone of the nation and Xiaomi sold millions of Redmi devices in the country. Now everyone is looking forward to its successor which is the Redmi Note 5�(Full Information), which now has a lot to prove this time and new concept render of the device has surfaced online, displaying the device from all angles.

The Redmi Note 5 has been in leaks since last year, and after a ton of rumors and leaks, we have an idea of what to expect from Xiaomi’s next budget hero. After all the design and TENNA certifications which revealed quite a lot about the device, fresh new renders of the device has started surfacing and they look entirely legit, even though they are still a concept.

Redmi Note 5 concept render
Image shows a Redmi Note 5 concept render by TargetYouTube

This new render of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 shows an all screen 5.8-inch Full-HD+ bezel-less IPS LCD (in this render the screen-to-body ratio seems to be more than 90%) with the famous 18:9 aspect ratio that everyone is following nowadays. And the device is also rocking a 13 MP + a 5 MP Dual-Camera set-up on the rear. Below which, is a circular fingerprint reader. Moreover, the back of the device has subtle curved edges, making it considerably ergonomic to hold-on.

Apart from this all-screen design, the specs also seem to be quite reasonable, ticking under its hood is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, coupled with 4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB ROM with expandable storage availability. Keeping the lights on is a massive 4000mAh battery which is plenty enough considering the processor is highly efficient.

With this Redmi Note 5’s 3D renders, we get an idea of how the device will look like; but if it does end-up similar to this 3D concept render, then no doubt this will sell like hot-cakes.

Source: TargetYoutube

Shivam has been working as a Tech journalist since 2014. He has worked at many Tech news blogs and Amazon India after that he joined TheLeaker in 2017 as a staff writer and now he’s an editor on the portal. When he is not working, you can find him playing games and listening to pop music. You can find him on Facebook and Twitter and can also contact him via email at [email protected]

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