Xiaomi Redmi Note 2
Three models of China's Xiaomi Mi phones are pictured during their launch in New Delhi July 15, 2014. China's Xiaomi said it intends to invest heavily in India as the budget smartphone maker launched on Tuesday its flagship Mi phone and other products in the world's third largest smartphone market, currently dominated by Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. REUTERS/Anindito MukherjeeREUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee

It's been a little over one year since Xiaomi unveiled the company's first flagship phablet Mi Note. Now, a report has emerged that the successor will soon be launched with bezel-less display.

Technology blog GizChina, citing sources, has claimed that Xiaomi will unveil the new Mi Note 2 with dual-edge curved display similar to Samsung's newly released Galaxy S7 edge.

An interesting thing to note is that the company has reportedly signed a deal with Samsung to supply screens for the flagship phablet. Xiaomi is the third China-based client of Samsung. Just a few days, Vivo too launched XPlay 5 with similar dual-edge display technology and Huawei is also reportedly planning to ink a pact with the South Korean firm.

As far as Mi Note 2 features are concerned, they are scarce right now. But, if we go by the current industry norms among the marquee phones, we can safely assume that the upcoming Xiaomi phablet is most likely to house 4GB RAM, 32GB/64GB inbuilt storage, 3600mAh (or more), primary camera with dual-lens, fingerprint sensor, 3D Touch display and wireless charging.

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In a related development, Xiaomi is also reportedly working on a new generation Redmi 3S series phone. It has come to light that the company will be incorporating fingerprint technology in the budget phone.

Other expected features include 5.0-inch HD display, 2GB RAM, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 octa-core processor, 16GB memory, a 13MP camera on the back and a 3,000mAh battery.

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