Xiaomi has recently outed the Redmi Note 3, and we hope that the company is preparing the Mi 5 for a launch soon. We reported about a freshly leaked image of the Xiaomi Mi 5 just an hour back, and that image was found at the Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo. The site has been a very trusted source for smartphone leaks, and we have come across a new Xiaomi phone that has been caught visiting Geekbench.
As you can see in the screenshot above, the phone is codenamed as Xiaomi Kenzo and is sporting a six-core ARM CPU. It is being said that the phone has got a Snapdragon 618 processor under its hood, with two A72 cores and four A53 cores. The chip is made using a 28nm process, and the phone is running on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. The amount of RAM is given as 1855, which means that the phone is using a 2GB RAM chip.
The Kenzo has scored 1407 in single core and 3440 in multi core tests. Going by the information revealed in the Geekbench test, we guess that it might be a mid-range Xiaomi phone, probably the Redmi 3. Or is it a Xiaomi Mi 5 Mini? No more details are known yet, and we hope the air around this Xiaomi Kenzo clears up sooner than later.