Samsung, Sony, and LG are all companies people associate with Android, but there are a slew of manufactures scattered around the globe producing some top-notch smartphones.

We haven’t covered Xiaomi much, but they’ve got an upcoming device you’re going to want to take notice of.

Xiaomi is a Chinese smartphone manufacturer that made headlines last year when they announced the speedy MI3 and the hiring of Hugo Barra, the ex-VP of production management for Android. Today specs for the upcoming Xiaomi Mi4 hit AnTuTu, and it looks like Xiaomi is going to mi4.benchmarkskick of 2014 with a bang.

The Xiaomi Mi4 that showed up on the benchmark website has specs to impress with a 2.46GHz Snapdragon 800 SoC, 3GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. The rear camera is 13MP while front-facing camera boasts a surprisingly robust 8MP shooter.

The display will have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and we have no idea on the actual screen size although it’s believed to come in at around 5.5-inches.

It remains to be seen whether the Xiaomi Mi4 on AnTuTu will be the final version or undergo some changes before it hits the streets. Either way, it’s shaping up to be a device that’s definitely going to turn some heads, and hopefully it will see a wide release outside of China.

Source: AnTuTu, via – G for Games