Xiaomi ‘Mido’, rumored to be a variant of the Redmi 4, shows up on GeekBench
A new smartphone from Xiaomi has shown up on the GeekBench and this one doesn’t have an official name to call it by yet, although we know that it has been codenamed the Xiaomi Mido for now. For the Mido, there is a QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset under the hood and it fires on all cylinders of its eight cores that are clocked at an operational frequency of 2.02GHz.
The smartphone would also make use of 2GB of RAM and the software version would be that of the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1.
It was not listed on GeekBench but having known the 625 chipset for a very long time now, we know that it means the smartphone too would use a graphics renderer of Adreno 506 kind.
The specs of this have pointed out that this may well be another variant off the upcoming Redmi 4, this one being based on just 2GB of RAM. For this one, we are expecting that it has 16GB of internal storage while there would be another variant which would pair 3GB RAM with 64GB internal storage space. One thing that would be common to both variants though would be a 5-inch screen, if all the specs we have rounded up so far would be anything to go by.
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