The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 visits 3C in China
There are rumours that we could be getting to see the already highly leaked Xiaomi Mi Note 2 smartphone as from next week and with the recent leak, there is even more weight to this piece of information. It is now alleged that the upcoming device has been to the office of what is called China Compulsory Certification (or the 3C as others know it) and this is pointing to an early release also.
It is worth mentioning that this smartphone has not yet gone to pay homage to TENAA and we all know that a smartphone is not allowed to launch in China without having this certification. From what we have heard as regards specs already, there would be a QUALCOMM snapdragon 821 chipset and it would have a big 5.7 inch display also.
As per the RAM and internal memory specifications, it would pack a massive 6GB and use a big storage space of 64GB. Coming down to what we have heard on the camera units, the front shooter would carry 8MP units while the back camera would carry 13MP shooter.
Allegedly, there would be another variant that would carry a QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 chipset and use a lesser 4GB RAM instead.
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