Xiaomi Redmi Note 2: Specifications and Speculations, New Details Out

Xiamoi is all set to start 2015 with a bang by launching Redmi Note 2, successor to their popular Redmi Note. The reports suggest that the smartphone will be launched in the last week of January. Xiamoi currently is the market leader in China and they want to retain their position in face of increasing competition from local companies like Meizu and OnePlus who are manufacturing some great products. 2014 for Xiamoi was really great, the company launched several successful devices like Mi4, Redmi 1S and Redmi Note and they want to extend this vibe to 2015 too.

Details about Redmi Note 2 are still a bit sketchy as the company is keeping a tight lid on what is going on and the details that we have are not official, so by the time the device launches the sepcs can be different. Reports out today suggest that the phablet will sport a 5.5- inch, 1080 x 1920 display and have a 13-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front cameras. The device will be powered by a 64-bit processor and there is no conformation yet whether Xiaomi will use the Snapdragon or MediaTek chipset, apart from that it will be equipped with a 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. The Redmi Note 2 will be powered by Android Kit Kat and a 3000 mAH battery. Some images of the back panel are also making rounds which suggest that the phablet will sport a dual-LED flash on the back, apart from this no other details could be gauged by the images. These images may not even belong to Redmi Note 2 but that will all become apparent when the device lauches and that is just a couple of weeks away.

Xiaomi is known for manufacturing devices which have solid specifications and are very well priced and the new phablet in this aspect would be no different. The Redmi Note 2 will retail at $129 (799 Yuan) which at this price will be going head to head with Meizu’s M1 which was launched on 23rd December in China.

Redmi-Note-2-back-panel-leak

Source:GizChina


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