Just after showcasing the Xiaomi Mi 5S, the successor to the Mi 5 that was launched earlier this year, the company also announced the Mi 5S Plus with dual camera setup. It comes with 5.7-inch display and sports metal unibody design that is similar to Mi 5S. The dual cameras are aligned to the center on the rear. While the Mi 5S came with a front facing fingerprint sensor, the Mi 5S sports fingerprint sensor on the rear.
It has 13MP + 13MP sensors from Sony that supports PDAF and also gives RAW output. One sensor captures in monochrome mode while another sensor in RGB mode. On the front is a 4MP with f/2.0 aperture and 80-degree wide-angle lens. This is the same sensor that is also used on the Mi 5S. The Mi 5S Plus sports a 5.7-inch Full HD display with a pixel density of 386 ppi and a brightness of 550 nits.
As seen with the Mi 5S, the Mi 5S Plus also comes powered by Snapdragon 821 quad-core processor clocked at 2.35GHz and coupled with Adreno 530 GPU. The 6GB RAM variant comes with 128GB of storage while the 4GB RAM variant is only limited to 64GB storage. With a bigger screen size, the Mi 5S Plus also includes a slightly bigger 3,800mAh battery compared to Mi 5S. The device measures 154.6 x 77.7 x 7.95 mm and weighs 168 grams.
The device will be available for sale starting September 29th only in China. Talking about the pricing, the 4GB RAM variant costs 2299 Yuan and 6GB RAM variant costs 2599 Yuan.