Xiaomi has put out a new teaser on its Weibo handle, which indicates a new smartphone could be launched soon. The teaser has been seen as confirmation that Mi Note 2 will be launched by the Chinese technology company.
Xiaomi’s Weibo post reads, “Love it, no one lose” with an image that said: “2>5,” which has some have taken as proof that Mi Note 2 is coming.
Rumours claim Xiaomi is working on a range of new devices, including a new version called Mi 5s which could feature Apple iPhone style 3D Touch. New versions of the Redmi series are also in the pipeline claim recent reports, out of China.
A recent report by Gizchina claimed, the Mi Note 2 will come in two variants; one with a standard 1080p display, while the flagship phone will have a 2K curved display. Rumours around the Mi Note 2 have been doing the rounds for sometime.
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Xiaomi’s original Mi Note was never actually launched in India, although this year the company has been fairly active in launching new devices in the country. Redmi Note 3, Mi 5 and the latest Mi Max smartphone are now all available for sale in India.
Xiaomi Mi Note 2’s top-end version could come with a dual camera setup at the back, Hi-Fi chip and super quick charging feature. It remains to be seen if the new Mi Note 2 also comes with 6GB RAM on-board, like some other recent flagships.
Xiaomi is also working on another variant of its flagship Mi 5 called Mi 5s. The smartphone is expected to hit the markets later this year. A report on MyDrivers reveal Mi 5s could come with a pressure-sensitive display, similar to Apple’s 3D Touch. The high-end Mi 5s will come with 6GB RAM, claims the report.