Xiaomi Redmi 5A May Have a Battery Life of 8 Days, Leaked Poster Suggests

If a recently leaked poster turns out to be correct, the new Xiaomi Redmi 5A may have a whopping battery life of 8 days. Some o the latest leaks suggest that the Redmi 5 and the Redmi 5A may perhaps arrive earlier than the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5. If this new report turns out to true, it would mean that many customers would be blown over by the enormous battery life which the new phone would carry onboard.

We were one of the first ones to inform you that a new phone, the Redmi 5A, had been spotted on TENAA, the Chinese certification board. That itself was a giveaway of the fact that a new phone was en route. From the leaked poster, we could clearly make out the fact that the new phone was essentially similar in design to the Redmi 4A, which was launched a year ago.

Xiaomi Redmi 5A
The leaked Xiaomi Redmi 5A poster. Via.

Unlike the Redmi 4A, which had a plastic body, the new Redmi 5A may have a metal body, which is a huge step towards making it a premium device. There are two antenna lines on the top and we could make out the rear cameras and the LED flash which accompanies it located just between the two antenna lines. What effect this will have on photography is unknown at the moment.

Some other details of the new phone were also seen. The device has been described as “lightweight and long battery life.” This is also where we spotted the fact that the new device would have 8 days of battery life and would weigh in at 137 grams. This makes it a tad heavier than the predecessor, which weighed in at 131 grams. The battery is also rumored to be substantially large at 3120 mAh. Besides, the new Xiaomi Redmi 5A will run on MIUI 9 out-of-the-box and will have an unknown Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

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