The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 has gotten leaked yet again in a series of photos confirming a number of rumored specs about the phone. The new renders of the highly-anticipated smartphone were uploaded by serial leakster @kjuma.
Going by the new crop of snaps, the Mi Note 2 is indeed set to sport the brand’s first dual-curved display. The phone could measure 5.5-inch and be available in a 1080p and QHD screen variant. Apart from the renders, there’s also an official-looking photo of the phone among the bunch.
The picture indicates that Xiaomi will bless the device with a whopping 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal room. If authentic, the company is clearly to market the phone as a processing powerhouse, with features like a top-of-the-line Snapdragon 821 SoC aiding this agenda.
The image also suggests that the Mi Note 2 will carry a dual-camera setup on its back next to a dual-LED flash unit. Moreover, the phone appears to be an all-metal handset which will come equipped with an OLED panel. Not much else can be gleaned from the photos.
Previous rumors have suggested that the Xiaomi offering will support USB Type-C connectivity, get its juice from a 3600mAh battery, house two speaker grilles, and ship with a fingerprint sensor embedded within its home button. The handset’s 1080p model may further feature a flat design, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal space.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is expected to come out on September 5. The dual-curved version might be priced at CNY 2699 (around Rs 27000), while the regular one may retail for CNY 2499 (roughly Rs 25000).