Upcoming Xiaomi Mi Note 2 shows up in new renders, looks like the Galaxy Note 7
If you have been following the news for a while, you would remember that we showed you some alleged photos of the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Note 2 which was touted to use the same curved screen displays as seen on Samsung’s premium Edge variants. Right now, new pictures have emerged to suggest what the final build of the Mi Note 2 would look like.
These new pictures are not just very neat and clear; they also spark our curiosity as to what to expect from the device itself on launch.
These new renders confirm that the smartphone would really come with a curved display and the back panel has also been made as stylish as can be with a sloping cover design. With all what we have seen from these renders and what you are soon about to see likewise, it would be hard for you to not make comparisons between this one and the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 which just started to ship out.
As far as we can get when it comes to specs, we are expecting a 5.7-inch device that would use a QUALCOMM snapdragon 821 chipset. Paired alongside this would be a massive 6GB of RAM and an even bigger internal space of 128GB. With a 4000mAh battery to run the affairs of the device, we expect nothing short of the Marshmallow out of the box and 12MP camera units on the front and back.
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