Xiaomi is working on a new flagship smartphone – Mi Note 2 – suggests a report on GizmoChina. According to the site, Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will come in three variants – standard, high and top-end. While, there has been no word on the release date, Mi Note 2 could launch in a few months.
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, says the report. It remains to be seen if the new Mi Note 2 also comes with 6GB RAM on-board, like some other recent flagships.
According to rumours, Xiaomi will retain the 5.7-inch screen size seen in the original Mi Note, and the new phone could have a 2K display.
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.
The current Mi 5 version available in India has an 820 processor, 3GB RAM, 16 megapixel rear camera with 4-axis OIS and a five megapixel front camera. It features a 5.15-inch full HD display and a curved 3D glass back.