Xiaomi CEO confirms on Weibo that the Mi Note 2 has entered mass production stage
For all of us that have been expecting the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 to launch for a while now, there is good news in the bag for us as the CEO of the company has taken to Weibi today to announce that the device has entered the mass production stage.
With two different variants being put on the table, the device is expected to start hitting the markets from the middle of November. For the first one, we would be treated to a curved screen technology from LG while the other one would offer its fair 5.1 inch of screen on a flat surface.
Both of them would be similar in the usage of a QUALCOMM snapdragon 821 chipset under the hood and differ when it comes to the internal storage space and RAM specifications. We have one that would carry 4GB of RAM and pair it with an internal storage space of 64GB while the other aims to trump the former with the coupling of a 6GB RAM to the 256GB internal memory.
While on of them would carry a single rear camera with OIS technology, the other would use dual 12MP rear camera units instead, reminding us of the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
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