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.
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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).