Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Release Update: Stunning New Phone In The Works

Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Release Update: Stunning New Phone In The Works
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Xiaomi’s Mi Note 2 is expected to hit the market any day now. There have been numerous leaks suggesting how much of a killer the device would be, but the latest will reinforce that Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will feature a stunning new detail on its belt. Will the company hit a jackpot?


Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Release Update

The smartphone market has grown fiercer and more competitive than ever, with players like Xiaomi changing the game. The company made waves when it managed to offer premium features in smartphone devices without the hefty price tag. Since then, it has captured a following, which supports why there is so much hype when it comes to its upcoming devices.

This time, it appears that Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will not disappoint as well. The latest renders, as reported by GizmoChina, reveal the Mi Note 2 from multiple angles. From the renders, people will see the dual rear cameras included in the budget-friendly Redmi Pro.

Another interesting feature is the curved display similar to Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Other expected features include USB-C, stereo speakers, 5.7-inch display, a 3600mAh battery, and a Snapdragon 821 processor. Xiaomi is expected to come up with different device versions depending on the storage space as reported by Techno Buffalo.

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Xiaomi Mi Note Other Details

GamenGuide added that the difference between Xiaomi Mi Note 2 and the Galaxy Note 7 is that the former will feature a metal and glass build. There are also talks that Xiaomi could release the device sometime next month, supposedly priced at $500 in China.

However, as with other tips and leaks, all information must be taken with a grain of salt. Xiaomi has yet to make an official statement about the device and its specs. There is also no word on what type of Android OS the device will run with.

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