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Xiaomi Mi S: Latest Leaks Give Comprehensive Look at The Phone's Attractive Innards and Elegant Design

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Xiaomi Mi S latest leaks suggest a new device packing powerful innards. 

Xiaomi Mi S Renders Show Off The Phone's Front and Back Panels

There were seven renders of the alleged Mi S on Weibo before the site went off under development.

The images show the rumored device in black color including the full technical specifications including the diagonal screen size, the phone's back panel with Mi logo at the bottom part and front panel rocking a physical home button.

The Mi S, if it's legitimate, will be Xiaomi's new phone series, according to AndroidPure.

Xiaomi Mi S Specifications List Shows Powerful Internals

In addition to the image leak, the rumored Mi S is said to rock 4.6-inch screen and the latest SoC from Qualcomm, Snapdragon 821. It has 4 GB of RAM and a huge 128 GB built-in storage. The camera front will have 12MP rear shooter and 4MP front-facing shooter, as reported by GSM Arena.

Xiaomi Mi S reportedly weighs much lighter than the Redmi Note 4, with 138 grams. In term of battery, the leak seems unconvincing as it lists 2,600 mAh with quick-charging feature.

For those who have been following Xiaomi phones update for quite some time would understand that it's not Xiaomi's nature to equip its smartphones with small battery capacity. Other components include USB type C port, NFC support and 3.5 mm audio jack.

Judging from the tech specs, the phone is a powerful beast and fast performer but it is unclear whether it will be a successor of the already-launched handsets or it will be a completely different phone.

Many speculations have hinted that the codename Mi S may not come into fruition as Xiaomi could be using another name for the upcoming device. As for now, the legitimacy remains to be verified.

Xiaomi hasn't confirmed the rumors yet.

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