The Mi 5 Android and Windows versions will come with the same hardware, featuring the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. While the phone will be offered in China first, it might hit other markets later.
Microsoft has not collaborated with any major smartphone manufacturer to create Windows 10 Mobile handsets, but it seems that with the Xiaomi Mi 5 this is changing.
Image: Xiaomi Mi 4
The Mi 4 has been Xiaomi's frontrunner for two years, and the Mi 5 is expected to bring more than just multiple OS variations. The original report from Anzhuo.com reveals that the Android-powered version of the Mi 5 will have four versions, with different options for RAM, storage capacity and connectivity.