There was no interesting news from the Chinese tech giant Xiaomi for some time now. But this situation is going to change as the power-packed?Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is gearing up for release.
A bunch of leaked photos from?Anzhuo, claiming to be that of the Xiaomi Mi Note 2, is making waves online. Going by the photos, the handset carries a curved display and resembles Samsung?s latest?Galaxy Note 7 when it comes to the overall exterior design.
Usually, critics say Xiaomi products look similar to Apple and hence, it?s called as the Apple of China. However, this time around, the resemblance to the Note 7 is unmissable.
This handset also resembles the flagship Xiaomi Mi 5 to an extent with the usage of metal and glass exterior. The back cover looks shinier and the logo of the company is embossed towards the bottom end of the back shell. At the front, the logo is located on the top-left corner.
The renders show dual camera setup at the back of the Xiaomi Mi Note 2. Upcoming Apple iPhone 7 series is also believed to come with two camera lenses.
Moving on to the rumored specifications, according to Android Headlines, the Mi Note 2 will feature a 5.7-inch display, complemented by a Quad HD resolution. Under the hood, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset has been rumored to power the device.
The internal configurations will apparently be backed by a killer 6GB of RAM. The only flagship with 6GB of RAM, which is currently available for purchase, is the OnePlus 3. However, a?variant of Samsung?s Galaxy Note 7 will be released soon with 6GB RAM onboard, while the original device comes with 4GB of RAM.
The Xiaomi device will come equipped with 128GB of built-in storage space. Also noteworthy is the generous 4,000mAh battery cell onboard.
Camera-wise, we are hearing that Xiaomi has opted for a 12MP rear-facing sensor. However, the dual-camera configuration break-up is unknown at this point.
Furthermore, rumors suggest that fans can mark September 5 as the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 release date and this phone will reportedly retail for 3,499 Yuan (about $526) in China. However, the Chinese tech giant has not announced the international release information yet.