A 5.7″ curved display which bends around the edges, a Snapdragon 821 CPU and a massive 6GB of RAM. Plus, t looks like a Samsung Galaxy Note7. Meet the Mi Note 2.
For 2799 yuan ($413 or £339.51) you can get a 4GB memory version. This has 64 GB of storage. Pay a bit more and, for 3499 yuan ($516 or £424.19), you get the 6GB memory model with a huge 128GB of storage.
Around back, this thing has a 22.56 megapixel shooter with hardware 4K video EIS support. Up front, there’s an 8 megapixel selfie cam. Here’s some shots taken from the rear camera via the Xiaomi Twitter feed..
— Mi (@xiaomi) October 25, 2016
Other specs include WiFi, NFC, HD lossless audio, GPS and a 4070mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0. It’s a dual curved handset and will be available in Piano Black and Glacier Silver, but it probably won’t be turning up in Europe any time soon.
Head to the Xiaomi website for more info (albeit in Chinese). This looks nice, and I kinda wish it was available elsewhere, but wait… Xiaomi announced something else. Something even more amazing, and we’ll let you know all about that in a moment..