Xiaomi Launches the Mi Note 2 With Dual Edge OLED Display, Snapdragon 821 and 6GB RAM
Xiaomi at an event in China has launched the Mi Note 2 with a dual curved edges on the front as well as the back, much like the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge or the Note 7. The phone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset and the camera is directly out of the Google Pixel with gyro enabled EIS on 4K video capture.
The battery is also a large 4070 mAh battery, offering upto a full day of use and Quick Charge 3.0. The front features an ultra thin OLED display covered by a curved glass, and while Xiaomi claims that the OLED display availability is much less than needed for sustained production. The screen also features a 3D touch on the 5.7 display which in the same size as the iPhone 7 Plus offers a 77.2 % screen to body ratio.
For cameras the Mi Note 2 has a main 22.36 MP main snapper which offers gyro enabled 4k Video with EIS . The front has an 8MP camera with autofocus and the beautify v3 feature.
The Snapdragon 821 is clocked at 2.35 Ghz with options between 4GB and 6GB of LPDD4 RAM and 64 GB and 128 GB UFS 2.0 storage. The phone is 4G enabled and supports VoLTE. Xiaomi has launched the phone in two colour variants; Piano Black and Glacier Silver.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 also features full-featured NFC, HD lossless audio, and SAP GPS. The Mi Note 2 is priced starting at 2799 RMB which is roughly Rs. 27999, pretty impressive pricing for the specifications. The Global variant of the Mi Note 2 is priced at RMB 3499 (Rs. 34500) which has global bands and network support.