Unannounced Xiaomi Mi Note Plus shows up at the benchmarks
Is Xiaomi going the Samsung way of one day one Galaxy? Well, perhaps the Chinese tech company wants to make smartphones available for each and every major user demographic but the way the phone maker is going can be called “spamming” by some sections of the crowd while it will likely put confusion on the side of customers who are going to be faced with a lot of options to select from.
Keep in mind that the Xiaomi Mi Note and Mi Note Pro went official just last week and today, it seems the two flagships will be joined by another member of the Mi family dubbed the Xiaomi Mi Note Plus.
The cause of this new phone was raised by an alleged screenshot taken by someone in China. However, looking at the specs of the device — Snapdragon 810 CPU, QHD (1440 x 2560 pixels) screen, 13MP camera — everything looks identical to that of the Mi Note Pro and raises the suspicion that this might end up being just a codename of the latter when the phone was in early developmental stages.
While Xiaomi is yet to approve or disapprove of the story, we’ll keep you updated on the outcome of this report and of course on other happenings in the mobile phone world.
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