Xiaomi was rumoured to unveil Mi Note 2 on September 27; instead the company pulled the wraps of the Mi 5s series phone. Now, an alleged teaser of the flagship phablet reveals its key features.
A user on Weibo has posted a teaser image of the black-hued Mi Note 2, which shows the device having a dual-camera module on the back. The primary camera at the rear looks identical to the Apple iPhone 7 Plus' twin camera set-up; even the LED's position is the same.
Only difference is that the Xiaomi device's flash is dual-tone, compared to quad-tone on Apple's device. The former device also features trademark 'Mi' logo at the bottom.
As of now, Xiaomi has not made any official comments on the leaked Mi Note 2 teaser. That said, it won't be long before the Chinese company makes the device public, as the rumoured device passed the Chinese government-run CCC (China Compulsory Certification) certifications and is awaiting an approval from telecom equipment certification authority, TENAA. Once it gets the nod, the Mi Note 2 will be officially launched.
Other expected features of Xiaomi Mi Note 2:
From what we have gathered so far, Xiaomi Note 2 will have 5.7-inch QHD (2560x1440p) dual-edge curved screen similar to that of Galaxy S7 edge and Note7 series.
It is also expected to boast 3D curved glass, an upgraded version of 2.5D silicon-based guard, which are usually used in top-end phones to protect display getting damaged at the corners.
Under the hood, it is said to come packed with Snapdragon 821 quad-core processor, 6GB RAM, 64GB/128GB/256GB internal storage, two 16MP shooters on the back with dual-tone LED flash, 4-axis OIS (Optical Image Stabiliser), 8MP front snapper and a 4,000mAh battery.
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