Xiaomi plans three versions of the Mi Note 2 smartphone

Xiaomi plans three versions of the Mi Note 2 smartphone

In case you have been wondering if there will be a Mi Note 2 smartphone after the launch of the Mi Note, the answer is yes. But things go further – the device will have at least three different versions. Isn’t this great news?

Of course this information has not been confirmed just yet but there should be at least a single grain of truth inside. So the standard model will come with a single rear camera, a “regular” quick charge function and a Hi-Fi chip. The so-called High version will come with a “super quick charging” feature, a dual-camera setup in the back and the same Hi-Fi chip, while the top model will sport a curved display, an upgraded Hi-Fi chip and the same super quick charging function. Unfortunately there are no details on what these functions mean so we are left guessing. The rest of the tech specs of the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 likely include a Snapdragon 820 or 823 processor, up to 6 GB of RAM and a 5.7-inch display at Quad HD resolution but they have to be confirmed too.

The Mi Note 2 is expected sometime this fall. The device will compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which will debut on August 2.

Source: GSM Arena

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