The XiaomiMi Note 2, an upcoming flagship phablet will be launched before the end of this month according to the latest reports. However, other reports are indicating that the launch will be in November, a situation that has continued to spark more curiosity among Xiaomi fans. The arrival of this phone was expected in the first half of this year, but that did not happen. Nonetheless, it seems like the wait will be longer.
XiaomiMi Note 2: What is behind the scenes?
Despite the hanging cloud over the launch of the Mi Note successor, the upcoming device has already received the Chinese CCC authority (China Compulsory Certification) certifications. However, a reliable source indicates that it has not been cleared by the Chinese telecom equipment certification authority (TENAA). This comes at a time when leaks regarding the phones have been making their way into the public creating more speculations.
In what may seem like competition for the market, the speculated launch of XiaomiMi Note 2 follows closely that of Mi 5s and 5s Plus. It may be more advanced according to the swirling reports. But what there is that the fans will have to hang onto the new image that has popped up on Weibo a social networking site based in China, which is displaying what the upcoming device looks like. Apparently, the teaser is not yet on the official page of Weibo.
Expected specs of the new device
Rumors have it that it will have a QHD display screen of 5.7 inches. This will be accompanied by a RAM of 6 GB at the cost of at 2,799 Yuan as well as an internal storage of 128 GB. Another will have 64GB internal memory at the price of 2,499 Yuan alongside a 4GB RAM. The Note 2 is expected to come with a dual setup of 16 MP cameras on the rear. There is also a possibility of having a similar camera on the 5s Plus.
Other speculated specs include a 3,600mAh battery with Quick Charge technology, a quad-core processor and an Adreno 530, GPU graphics card. But while all these specs take the fans to the moon and back the release of the XiaomiMi Note 2 remains unknown.
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