Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus is a big upgrade over Xiaomi Mi 5, packing with 5.7" big metal-clad beauty, powered by the fastest Snapdragon 821 chip with a beefy battery, and a promising dual-camera setup with a monochrome and color 13MP sensors.

CPU:
Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus power-packed with the latest Snapdragon 821 processor, combined with 6GB RAM, and 128GB ROM. So downloading games, switching between apps,and browsing are much faster with Mi 5s Plus. Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus tops the charts with an impressive 164,119 AnTuTu score. If you love to explore the next-generation technology, then the all-new MIUI 8 is customized for you. Be it full-featured NFC, double security system, or solving issues with QR code - we've got them all covered.

Appearance:
Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus has backlit capacitive buttons and a highly customizable notification LED light, which sits next to the 4MP Ultrapixel selfie camera.

Screen:
As the name implies, Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus is a larger phone that the regular Mi5s. Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus comes with a large display that doesn't overwhelm. Beneath the 2.5D curved glass lies a gorgeous 5.7" full HD display. The back of the phone uses 3D curved metal design, and fits perfect in one palm so you can text, take photos, and browse easily. It would have been nice to have a 2k resolution panel but the display is still plenty sharp, bright and detailed.

Camera:
Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus comes with a dual 13MP camera sensors that work together when you take a shot. The standard RGB sensor captures color details and information, whereas the dedicated monochrome sensor provides a higher contrast, captures more light,and reduces image noise. So now shots taken with Mi 5s Plus is clearer, better, and more vivid. There’s a dual tone dual-LED flash for night photography. However, there is no OIS onboard, which is a shame for the Xiaomi’s flagship phone.

Connectivity:
Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus comes with a dual nano SIM card tray but there is no microSD card slot. It supports 8 LTE bands, quad-band GSM and quad-band 3G connectivity with HSPA support. You can tap to an LTE network on either SIM, but once you do, the second one will be limited to 3G or GSM connectivity. You can even have both registered on 3G networks, when 4G is not available.

Battery:
Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus is powered by a 3,800mAh battery supports Quick Charge 3.0, which seems enough for a phablet. It's also 600mAh beefier than the one inside the Mi 5s.

Conclusion:
Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus is a better performer than its smaller sibling and an excellent flagship sold at a very attractive price. It not only brings a lot of flagship values like a premium design and top-notch build quality, nice and sharp display, bleeding-edge specifications, but stands for a very capable dual-camera setup.