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Xiaomi Officially Unveils Mi Note 2

by John Nieves  October 25, 2016

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With Samsung out of the premium, big-screen phone game temporarily with their Note 7, its rivals are poised to gobble up the customers that are now searching for their next big-screen phone. Xiaomi is one of those rivals, and the company has officially announced their own high-end, big screen device today, the Mi Note 2.

The Mi Note 2 has been subject to plenty of rumors before, but here’s the official specs: it’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, has up to 6GB of RAM and a curved, flexible OLED display that has a display resolution of QHD, or 1440 x 2560.

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The rear camera of the Mi Note 2 is quite formidable as well: it’s a Sony IMX318 sensor that has a 22.56-megapixel sensor, along with 4K recording capabilities and electronic image stabilization support. There’s a front facing 8-megapixel camera for selfies.

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Other features include HD audio quality, 192kHz/24-bit resolution with lossless support, NFC, 37 band LTE support and 128GB of storage. A 4070mAh battery keeps everything turned on, and Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 fills the phone up with juice if you manage to completely drain it.

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Like always, there will be several versions of the phone: RMB 2799 (Php 20K) nets you the 4GB/64GB version of the device, while RMB 3299 (Php 23.5K) gets you the 6GB/64GB version. If you have the cash, you might want to opt for the highest end variant, which has 6GB/128GB of storage that will retail for RMB 3499 (Php 25K).

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