Chinese tech giant killer, Xiaomi, has an event on Tuesday, and the company is not leaving any stone unturned in generating more buzz for the Mi 4c smartphone.

In his latest Weibo post, Xiaomi Co-founder and President, Lin Bin, has compared the front-camera of the still unannounced Mi 4c with that of the iPhone 6.

Founder and Chairman Lei Jun also joined in sharing details, including confirmation that the upcoming smartphone would be equipped with the Snapdragon 808 processor.

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Bin revealed details about the front-facing camera on the Xiaomi Mi 4c, in his Weibo post, stating that it would feature a 5-megapixel sensor and come with 85-degree wide angle lens and self-timer.

In another post, Bin also confirmed that the the Xiaomi Mi 4c will have dual-SIM support, which he had already revealed last week as well. Bin also claimed that the Mi 4c will be able to last for a day and still be at 40 percent charge the next day.

The leaks have so far revealed that the soon-to-be-released smartphone will be placed just between the flagship Mi 4 and the much cheaper Mi 4i.