Xiaomi is working on the Redmi 5 series that will likely see the launch of the Redmi 5, Redmi Note 5 and Redmi 5A in the coming months. Earlier this month, we saw a hands-on look of an alleged Redmi 5 Plus, which could also be the Redmi Note 5, that showed a near bezel-less display and a dual rear camera setup. Now, a fresh render of the smartphone backs the design and suggests Xiaomi is ready to bring edge-to-edge displays to its mid-range lineup. The new Redmi 5 Plus render was revealed by GizChina via Chinese social media site Weibo. The image is in line with the hands-on picture we saw earlier this month. Notably, the handset highlights narrow bezels on the top and bottom of the display. Over on the back, the smartphone is shown to sport two cameras vertically aligned around the centre. The fingerprint sensor is placed below the LED flash. The right side will see the power button and volume controls. Interestingly, the rear design is quite similar to the Redmi Note 4, which makes it likely that what we are seeing is the Redmi Note 5 rather than Redmi 5 Plus. If the render is true, the Redmi 5 Plus could be offered in Black. A Grey colour option is also likely based on the hands-on image from earlier this month.Also Read: Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus hands-on images leaked, shows thin bezels and dual camerasFrom what we know so far, the Redmi 5 Plus (or Redmi Note 5) will sport mid-range specs that includes a Snapdragon 625 or 630 SoC, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage with microSD card support for expandability. As per past rumours, the handset could sport a 5.9-inch FHD+ display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. This would make it the first Redmi smartphone to sport a near bezel-less display. advertisementThe dual camera setup seen on the back will likely comprise of a 16-megapixel sensor and a 5-megapixel sensor. The cameras may support a bokeh mode, but there is no information as of as to the functionalities of the dual cameras. The Plus-sized handset could sport a large 4000mAh battery. There is no word on when Xiaomi plans to unveil the Redmi 5 Plus, but given the frequency of the leaks, we could see a launch before the year ends.